Francophobia

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Morbid fear of anything French
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Justin Vaisse, historian and researcher at the Brookings Institution, identified four categories of "francophobes" in the United States, including the State Department and the diplomatic realm; liberals; conservatives and neoconservatives; and the Jewish-American community.
He was decidedly a francophobe. He was also one of the very few people who stood up to Nadia Boulanger.
1423, E21 V897 1924, "Rien Qu'un Coin de sa Politique Francophobe" 1924.
He'll stay, and even the Francophobe British betting public have warmed to jockey Mosse - his last five rides in England have produced three winners.
Bismarck immediately exploited this Francophobe feeling in Madrid to increase pressure on MacMahon.
Seville was by now swept by francophobe rumours of treason and espionage, and it was believed that many in high places were in the pay of the enemy.
In 1935, FN released the finalized version on the market as the Pistolet Browning Grande Puissance (for you Francophobes, that means Browning Fligh Power Pistol), which is often, abbreviated to GP, GP-35, Hi-Power or just HP.
Anxious Francophobes (see: "Freedom Fries") could've saved themselves potential embarrassment by helping to settle this matter years ago.
In 1935 FN released the finalized version on the market as the Pistolet Browning Grande Puissance (for you Francophobes, that means "Browning High Power Pistol") which is often abbreviated to GP, GP-35, Hi-Power or just HP.
That's one-in-the-eye for our Francophobes; would we British do the same?