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German time
By Junk (Translasted by Minizyl) - Aug. 3, 2010   

France has been using the German time zone since the German occupation during WWII.


Even though Greenwich Meridian (0°) passes through the French territory, France is in the GMT+1 zone which is centered 15 degrees east (at the border between Germany and Poland).
Before World War II, France used GMT (english time) but switched to GMT+1 (german time) during occupation, and did not change back after the Liberation.


Wikipedia – Time zone

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blackswords - May 31, 2011 - 13:00 - (link to the comment)

C'est dingue ça! Je me suis toujours demandé pourquoi on avait pas la même heure que les anglais, tout s'explique! Thanks!