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While Pétain collaborated with the Germans, Charles de Gaulle claimed to incarnate the legitimacy and the continuity of France.
Following the liberation of France after Operation Overlord, de Gaulle proclaimed the Provisional Government of the French Republic (GPRF) in June 1944.
If you’re drip person, you’re probably used to brewing a big pot of coffee, pouring some into your mug, and letting the rest sit around all morning.
But anything that’s left in a French press will keep brewing since the grounds and the water are still mingling in the carafe, and after a few minutes, it’ll turn bitter.
“Bring the water to a boil and let it sit for 30 seconds,” Steiman says.
“You don’t want beans that have been exposed to air for a long time.
Let everything sit for about 30 seconds, then give it a gentle stir, Hetzel says.
This makes sure all of the grounds are fully saturated with water so you get a flavor-packed brew.
Vichy France was established after France surrendered to Germany on June 22, 1940, and took its name from the government's administrative center in Vichy, southeast of Paris.
Paris remained the official capital, to which Pétain always intended to return the government when this became possible.