Dieppe

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Dieppe is a coastal community in the Arrondissement of Dieppe in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northern France.wikipedia
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Newhaven, East Sussex

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A port on the English Channel, at the mouth of the Arques river, famous for its scallops, and with a regular ferry service to Newhaven in England, Dieppe also has a popular pebbled beach, a 15th-century castle and the churches of Saint-Jacques and Saint-Remi.
Newhaven is a channel ferry port in East Sussex in England, with regular passenger services to Dieppe.

Arrondissement of Dieppe

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Dieppe is a coastal community in the Arrondissement of Dieppe in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northern France.

Seine-Maritime

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Dieppe is a coastal community in the Arrondissement of Dieppe in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northern France.
In 1800 five arrondissements were created within the département, namely Rouen, Le Havre, Dieppe, Neufchatel and Yvetot, although the latter two were disbanded in 1926.

Pays de Caux

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Dieppe belongs to the Pays de Caux, lying along the Alabaster Coast in the region of Normandy.
The principal settlements are Le Havre, Dieppe, Fécamp, Yvetot and Étretat.

Le Havre

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Two of France's best navigators, Michel le Vasseur and his brother Thomas le Vasseur, lived in Dieppe when they were recruited to join the expedition of René Goulaine de Laudonnière which departed Le Havre for Florida on April 20, 1564.
Popular alternative routes going to areas close to Le Havre include Newhaven to Dieppe, and Poole to Cherbourg.

Côte d'Albâtre

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Dieppe belongs to the Pays de Caux, lying along the Alabaster Coast in the region of Normandy.
The Côte runs from the large container port of Le Havre to the small fishing village of Le Tréport, taking in the town of Dieppe, as well as Fécamp (famous for its abbey) and Saint-Valery-en-Caux.

English Channel

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A port on the English Channel, at the mouth of the Arques river, famous for its scallops, and with a regular ferry service to Newhaven in England, Dieppe also has a popular pebbled beach, a 15th-century castle and the churches of Saint-Jacques and Saint-Remi.
Dieppe was the site of an ill-fated Dieppe Raid by Canadian and British armed forces.

Normandy

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Dieppe is a coastal community in the Arrondissement of Dieppe in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northern France. Dieppe belongs to the Pays de Caux, lying along the Alabaster Coast in the region of Normandy.
The town of Dieppe was the site of the unsuccessful Dieppe Raid by Canadian and British armed forces.

New France

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On July 23, 1632, 300 colonists heading to New France departed from Dieppe.
Late that year, Verrazzano set sail in Dieppe, crossing the Atlantic on a small caravel with 50 men.

Hautot-sur-Mer

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The mouth of the Scie river lies in the Canton of Dieppe-Ouest at Hautot-sur-Mer.
A small town of farming and light industry situated in the Pays de Caux, immediately to the west of Dieppe, at the junction of the D 75, D 56 and D 925 roads.

Dieppe Raid

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The destruction of the casino had only begun at the time of the Dieppe Raid.
Operation Jubilee, more commonly referred to as the Dieppe Raid, was an Allied assault on the German-occupied port of Dieppe, France, on 19 August 1942, during the Second World War.

Jean Ribault

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Another expedition two years before where Goulaine de Laudonnière was under command of Jean Ribault, a local Huguenot captain, had resulted in the foundation of Charlesfort, now in South Carolina.
Ribault was born in the town of Dieppe in Normandy in 1520.

Dieppe, New Brunswick

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Dieppe, a city in New Brunswick, Canada, received its present name in 1946, in honour of the commemoration of the 913 Canadian soldiers killed in the Dieppe Raid.
In 1910, the area known as French Village became known as Leger's Corner which, in turn, became the Village of Dieppe in 1946 to commemorate the Canadian soldiers killed during the landing of allied troops on Normandy beaches in Dieppe, France, on August 19, 1942.

Operation Fusilade

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Dieppe was liberated on September 1, 1944, by soldiers from the 2nd Canadian Infantry Division.
Operation Fusilade was the planned set piece assault on the French port of Dieppe during the Second World War.

Arques (river)

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A port on the English Channel, at the mouth of the Arques river, famous for its scallops, and with a regular ferry service to Newhaven in England, Dieppe also has a popular pebbled beach, a 15th-century castle and the churches of Saint-Jacques and Saint-Remi.
The last part of its course takes it past the industrial zone of Rouxmesnil-Bouteilles and it then forms the waters of the port of Dieppe.

Western Front (World War II)

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The Allies suffered more than 1,400 deaths, 907 Canadian, and 1,946 Canadian soldiers were captured – more prisoners than the army lost in the 11 months of the 1944–45 NW Europe campaign.
On 19 August 1942, the Allies began the Dieppe Raid, an attack on Dieppe, France.

Charles le Moyne de Longueuil et de Châteauguay

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Born in Dieppe, France in Normandy, he came to New France (later Canada) in 1641.

Canton of Dieppe-Ouest

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The mouth of the Scie river lies in the Canton of Dieppe-Ouest at Hautot-sur-Mer.
A fishing and light industrial area in the arrondissement of Dieppe, centred on the town of Dieppe, Seine-Maritime.

Longueuil

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According to Abbé Faillon, Charles Le Moyne, lord of the area starting in 1657, named Longueuil after a village which is today the seat of a canton in the district of Dieppe in his homeland of Normandy.

Jan Asselijn

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Asselijn was born at Dieppe from a French Huguenot family as Jean Asselin.

Abraham Duquesne

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He was born in Dieppe, a seaport, in 1610, and was a Huguenot.

Jean Crasset

at Dieppe, France, 3 January 1618; d. at Paris, 4 January 1692) was a French Jesuit theologian, known as an ascetical writer.

Thomas Pesquet

* Thomas Pesquet (1978–), astronaut, aerospace engineer and pilot
Pesquet was born in Rouen, France and considers Dieppe his hometown.

Jean Ango

A native of Dieppe, Ango took over his father's import-export business, and ventured into the spice trade with Africa and India.