Martinica

(redireccionado de Martinique)

Martinica (Martinique)

 
Isla de las Pequeñas Antillas, grupo de Barlovento, al S de Dominica, que forma un departamento francés de ultramar; 1 102 km2 y 359 572 h. Cap., Fort-de-France. Rige el departamento un prefecto y tres diputados lo representan en la Asamblea Nacional francesa.
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Ha tocado en las siguientes salas: Salle Cortot, Théâtre de Paris, Espace Cardin, Salle Gaveau, Auditorium des Halles, en los Festivales Internacionales de Guitarra de Niza, Cannes, París, Lieja (Bélgica), Arvika (Suecia), Tychy (Polonia), Esztergom (Hungría), Marktoberdorf (Alemania), el Festival de Guitarra Clásica de Gran Bretaña, Festival du Marais (París), Festival Internacional de arte lírico de Aix-en-Provence, Festival de Radio France en Montpellier, idem, Printemps de Bourges, Musicora, Carrefour Mondial de la Guitare en Martinique, en el Stetson University Guitar Workshop (Florida, EE.
Flight International 27 March 2007 Air caribes comenzó como una necesidad de tener una aerolínea regional respondiendo a las necesidades de los territorios franceses, la compañía fue fundada en julio de 2000 a través de la unión de varias aerolíneas locales (Air Guadeloupe, Air Martinique, Air St Barthélémy, Air St Martin).
Air caribes también opera rutas trasatlánticas como París usando un Airbus A330 bajo la marca del Air caraïbes del Atlántico, la aerolinea actualmente tiene código compartido con Air France y LIAT, su principal hub es el Aeropuerto Internacional de Pointe-à-Pitre y el secundario es el Aeropuerto Internacional de Martinique Aimé Césaire, Fort-de--France.
However, he and the decree did not arrive in Martinique until June 3, by which time Governor Claude Rostoland had already abolished slavery.
The authorities deported the rest to French Guiana or New Caledonia. By this time sugar cane fields covered some 57% of Martinique's arable land.
In 1870, rising racial tensions led to the short-lived insurrection in southern Martinique and proclamation in Fort-de-France of a Martiniquan Republic.
When France established the Third Republic in 1871, the colonies, Martinique among them, gained representation in the National Assembly.
When World War I finally came, 18,000 Martiniquans took part, of whom 1,306 died. During the war, the French government requisitioned Martinique's rum production for the use of the French Army.
Césaire, Senghor, and Léon Damas, with whom Césaire had gone to school in Martinique at the Lycée Schoelcher, together formulated the concept of négritude, defined as an affirmation of pride in being black, and promoted it as a movement.
With war with Germany looming, in 1913 France enacted compulsory military service in the colony, and called on Martinique to send 1,100 men per year to France for training.
After his return to the United States he would publish two books, one an account of his daily life in Martinique and the other the story of a slave.
On April 27, Schoelcher obtained a decree abolishing slavery in the French Empire. Perrinon was appointed Commissioner General of Martinique, and charged with the task of abolishing slavery there.