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  Henri Frenay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henri Frenay (1905-1988) was a French military officer and French resistance member.
Henri Frenay was born in Lyons, France in November 11 1905.
Henri Frenay died at Porto Vecchio, Corsica in August 8 1988.
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 Henri Frenay -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Henri Frenay (1905-1988) was a French military officer and (additional info and facts about French resistance) French resistance member.
Henri Frenay was born in (A city in east-central France on the Rhone River; a principal producer of silk and rayon) Lyons, (A republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe) France in November 11 1905.
Henri Frenay died at (additional info and facts about Porto Vecchio) Porto Vecchio, (A region of France on the island of Corsica; birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte) Corsica in August 8 1988.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/h/he/henri_frenay.htm   (477 words)

 Underground culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sartre and Camus were members of Combat a French resistance group formed in 1942 by Henri Frenay.
Frenay, Sarte and Camus were all involved in publishing Underground newspapers for the resistance.
The French underground culture which inspired Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg in America in the 1940s was steeped in socialist thinking before the cold war began, but this wasn't the monolithic socialism of the totalitarian Soviet state, but rather the free-thinking and expressive socialism of artists and dreamers attempting to re-think society.
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 The world's top henri frenay websites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Henry Frenay (1905-1988) was a French military officer and French resistance member.
Henry Frenay was born in Lyons, France in November 11 1905.
Henry Frenay died at Porto Vecchio, Corsica in August 8 1988.
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 Henri Frenay
Henry Frenay was born in Lyons, France in 1905.
Frenay escaped from a prisoner of war camp in Alsace on 27th June, 1940.
Frenay was also instrumental in the formation of Combat in November, 1941.
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 Henri Frenay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Frenay followed his father into a military career.
Henri studied at Saint Cyr and l'Ecole superieure de guerre (War College) before beginning a slow rise to the rank of captain in 1934.
Frenay was Minister to Prisoners and Deportees from the French National Committee and the Provisional Government from 1943 to 1945.
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 Charles Delestraint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the Battle of France, on June 3, 1940, he led the counterattack of armoured troops against Germans in Abbeville.
After the surrender of France on June 25, he retired to Bourg-en-Bresse where Henri Frenay recruited him for the French Resistance.
He clandestinely visited Charles de Gaulle in London and agreed to lead the Armée Secrète group.
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 French JFK
Bénouville was Henri Frenay's deputy and took his place on the central committe of MUR while Frenay was in London.
Henri Noguères has written that if de B&enouville knew that Hardy had been arrestd and released and was being watched, and decided nonetheless to hide these facts from other resistance leaders and send him to Caluire, then Bénouville should rightly be considered responsible for what followed.
The controversy about Moulin was first provoked when Henri Frenay published a book called The Jean Moulin Enigma in 1977, in which he expanded his conspiracy theory that Moulin was a 'crypto-Communist'.
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 Mercy that Sadness Brings
The lieutnant lifted his chin to the Sargent holding her, and her long hair was pulled with a fierceness that brought tears to Sophie’s eyes.
Henri suppressed a chuckle, but Jackie refrained from looking at him.
If Henri’s sister was the only propaganda writer left outside Paris, then that must mean her house was safe.
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Henry Fitzroy, 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset
Henry George Alfred Marius Victor Francis Herbert, 6th Earl of Carnarvon
Henry George Reginald Molyneux Herbert, 7th Earl of Carnarvon
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 Charles de Gaulle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Working with the French resistance and supporters in France's colonial possessions in Africa, after the Anglo-American invasion of North Africa in November 1942, de Gaulle moved his headquarters to Algiers in May 1943.
He became first joint head (with the less resolutely independent Gen. Henri Giraud, the candidate preferred by the United States) and then sole chairman of the Committee of National Liberation.
Henri Frenay - Minister of Prisoners, Displaced Persons, and Refugees
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 French Resistance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Organisation de la Résistance de l'Armée (ORA or Organization of Armed Resistance) - Giraudist, i.e., composed of supporters of French general Henri Giraud.
There were other resistance groups like Liberté and Verité (that merged with Combat) and Gloria SMH (that was betrayed).
Hugo Bleicher arrested Resistance organizer Major Henri Frager in 1944.
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 Part IV: Make This Pledge
Frenay had left her isolated at his sister’s house, and at that moment it might prove to be the most dangerous place in Normandy.
Francois and Henri had dropped her off at a faceless house in the village and then disappeared.
Frenay’s arm lifted next to hers and he echoed her yell.
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 Dictionary hen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne
Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, 6th Earl of Kerry
Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmuairce, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne
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 Free France (1940-1944)
Charles André Marie Joseph de Gaulle (1890-1970), born in Lille, was the third of the five children of Henri and Jeanne de Gaulle.
Henri de Gaulle was a highly educated, Catholic and patriot teacher.
There were three main networks at the end of 1941: Combat (Henri Frenay), Libération (Emmanuel d'Astier) and Franc-Tireur (J.P. Lévy).
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 Letter F Holocaust Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Feingold, Henry L., The politics of rescue : the Roosevelt administration and the holocaust, 1938-1945 / D810.J4 F38 1980 Holocaust Library, 1980, c1970.
Frenay, Henri, The night will end / D802.F8 F8613 McGraw-Hill, c1976.
Friedlander, Henry, On the holocaust; a critique of the treatment of the holocaust in history textbooks accompanied by an annotated bibliography.
www.holycross.edu /departments/history/vlapomar/hiatt/fholbib.htm   (1911 words)

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Les droits de l'homme dans les annees 80 28560 Amosoff, Nikolai: PPG 2266 A Surgeon's War 21646 Amouroux, Henri: LA VIE DES FRANCAIS SOUS L'OCCUPATION 11204 Ananikian, Rem: EREVAN 24506 Anders, Wladyslaw: AN ARMY IN EXILE.
Australians on the Somme 21658 Charmley, John: LORD LLOYD AND THE DECLINE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE 28621 Charriere, Henri: BANCO.
The Further Adventures of Papillon 22760 Charriere, Henri: PAPILLON 21441 Chassin, General L.-M.: LA CONQUETE DE LA CHINE PAR MAO TSE-TUNG (1945-1949) 27778 Chatterton, E. Keble: THE "KONIGSBERG" ADVENTURE 18732 Chatterton, E. Keble: Q-SHIPS AND THEIR STORY 23898 Chatterton, E. Keble: "SEVERN'S" SAGA 19695 Chatterton, George: WINGS OF PEGASUS.
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[7] Frenay, Henri, The Night Will End (1976, McGraw-Hill) - Henri Frenay's memoir of his resistance works.
♦ Rousso, Henry The Vichy Syndrome: History and Memory in France Since 1944 (1994, Harvard)
Henri Frenay on Moulin - Frenay speculates that Moulin was a crypto-communist, an excerpt from his memoir, The Night Will End.
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