FRENCH REPUBLIC 1912 Silver ArtWear

FRENCH REPUBLIC 1912 Silver ArtWear


Republique Francaise Silver Medal 1912 Signed Borrel A Jouclas

Displayed withSterling Silver Snake Chain

.80 oz |1.0625 in | 27.00| 1.07 mm

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10 April – RMS Titanic embarks passengers from tenders at Cherbourg for the only time.

30 March – Treaty of Fez, Sultan Abdelhafid gives up the sovereignty of Morocco, making it a protectorate of France.
In 1911, rebellion broke out against the Sultan. This led to the Agadir Crisis, also known as the Second Moroccan Crisis. These events led Abdelhafid to abdicate after signing the Treaty of Fez on 30 March 1912,which made Morocco a French protectorate. He signed his abdication only when on the quay in Rabat, with the ship that would take him to France already waiting. After an extended visit to France, where he received a great deal of attention from the press, he returned to Morocco and was exiled to the Dar el Makhzen (Sultanate Palace) in Tangier.

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