A French General returns to Forrest Primary

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General Patrick de Rousiers

GENERAL Patrick de Rousiers, Chairman of the European Union Military Committee, has visited his old primary school this morning to reflect on his schooling days in the 1960s.

General de Rousiers attended Forrest Primary School from the 1960s when his father was posted to Australia as Military Attaché at the French Embassy.

He took a tour of his old school and talked with students.

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