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#762891 04/19/2021 8:37 PM
by Alex
Good afternoon. I have a cousin who travels back and forth from France to Canada for his company. One day he was taking a tour and came across a village called Oudure-Sur-Glane. Some very atrocious (and that isn't even a strong enough word) things occurred to the people of this village. After the war, a new village was built and it was decided to leave the destroyed village as it was as a memorial and a museum. My cousin saw this Texaco item and wondered what it was....my high school French isn't too good anymore, but I think the phrase "Par Le Tat" means "by the state"....any idea what this "oil/gas" item might be? Also, the name "Girtex" was unfamiliar to me. I did recognize it as the Texaco star...LOL. Did a Google search and didn't find anything. If anyone has any ideas, I would be grateful for any info.
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#762910 Apr 20th a 03:04 AM
by SandPCollector
These type of posts are why I enjoy this site so much. I learn something new, about something I had no previous knowledge of, and find the topic fascinating.
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