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I tried to correct it a bit, since it looked pretty much software-translated. I wouldn't take away the banner before the corrections are reviewed by a real billingual person (which is not my case). I hope the article to be more understandable. I also have to say I don't consider the article to be totally neutral (particularly: we have a link to the Riaumont institution official website, but no critical link, while the place is VERY controversial here in France), but it looks like it reached a consensus in the french Wikipédia. This article is an almost exact translation (I added a few things needed to understand it from abroad tho, such as explainations of a few typically french terms).