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 Jacques de Bernonville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Working in conjunction with Joseph Darnand, de Bernonville hunted down members of the French resistance movement who were almost always summarily executed.
With the liberation of France by the Allied Forces, de Bernonville was charged with war crimes but fled the country.
Some of the signers included the secretary general of the Université de Montréal, Camillien Houde, mayor of the city of Montreal, plus two future cabinet ministers in the Parti Québécois government, Camille Laurin and Denis Lazure.
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 Jacques_de_bernonville info here at en.14th-amendment.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Jacques de Bernonville (born December 20, 1897 - died April 26, 1972), was a French traitor & senior police officer in the Vichy regime in France infamously recognized as the man who hunted down resistance fighters throughout World War II.
Count Jacques Dugé de Bernonville was constitutional in Paris, France to an aristocratic family.
There, Jacques de Bernonville was welcomed by a premier folio of the Quebec nationalist elite but in 1948 Canadian immigration authorities espyed who he was & instituted deportation proceedings.
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 Vichy France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Vichy government's claim to be the de jure French government was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle, based first in London and later in Algiers, and French governments ever since have held that the Vichy regime was an illegal government run by traitors.
Under Darnand and his sub-commanders, such as Paul Touvier and Jacques de Bernonville, the Milice was responsible for helping the German forces and police in the repression of the French Resistance and Maquis.
Others fled or went into hiding, such as Jacques de Bernonville who went to Québec, Canada, while some were not prosecuted for their crimes until much later, or not at all.
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 Jacques de Bernonville   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
As a right-hand man to Klaus Barbie, he was a major participant in the establishing and enforcing of the Vichy regime's program of anti-Semitic policies that carried out the deportation of thousands of French Jews and other "undesirables" to the Drancy deportation camp enroute to Auschwitz and other German extermination camps.
Some of the signers included the secretary general of the Université de Montréal, Camillien Houde, mayor of the city of Montreal, plus two future cabinet ministers in the Parti Quebecois government, Camille Laurin and Denis Lazure.
In 1954 the French government was advised where he was but that country had no extradition treaty with France and he escaped punishment, remaining There until his passing in 1972.
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 Britain.tv Wikipedia - Vichy France
The Vichy government's claim to be the de jure French government was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle, based first in London and later in Algiers, and French governments ever since have held that the Vichy regime was an illegal government run by traitors.
Under Darnand and his sub-commanders, such as Paul Touvier and Jacques de Bernonville, the Milice was responsible for helping the German forces and police in the repression of the French Resistance and Maquis.
Others fled or went into hiding, such as Jacques de Bernonville who went to Québec, Canada, while some were not prosecuted for their crimes until much later, or not at all.
www.britain.tv /wikipedia.php?title=Vichy_France   (3843 words)

  
 Britain.tv Wikipedia - List of French people
Andrée Borrel (1919-1944), SOE operative: Croix de Guerre
Cecily Lefort (1900-1945), SOE operative: Croix de Guerre
Eliane Plewman (1917-1944), SOE operative: Croix de Guerre
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 L'affaire Bernonville: Le Québec face à Pétain et à la Collaboration (1948-1951). by Esther ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Jacques Dugé de Bernonville was a high-ranking French millicien and a former member of the Waffen SS who escaped a death sentence in France to find refuge in the province of Quebec.
De Bernonville was the most notorious of five French 'political refugees' who found haven here and whose plight attracted massive public sympathy.
Ottawa tried to appease the nationalistic establishment of the province while complying with the regulations of the Department of Immigration, which was bent on getting rid of de Bernonville, and with the various courts of law that judged the case.
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 [ important-information.be | Vichy France Resources ]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Vichy government's prerogative to be the de jure French authority was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle, based substratal in London and postliminary in Algiers, and French says relentlessly since have held that the Vichy regime was an crooked authority spring by traitors.
Nevertheless, De Gaulle convinced Churchill to acquiesce her duresss to participate, even supposing De Gaulle was forced to incidental with to a concerted British-Free French proclamation reassuring that Syria and Lebanon would reach individualistic at the stub of the war.
Under Darnand and her sub-commanders, such as Paul Touvier and Jacques de Bernonville, the Milice was chargeable for the German duresss and police in the repression of the French Resistance and Maquis.
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 TIME.com: Houde's Hero -- Sep. 20, 1948 -- Page 1
De Bernonville was in the middle of a political row between Quebec nationalists and the federal government.
Then he settled in Montreal's fashionable Côte des Neiges district, was joined by his wife and three daughters, gradually began to move about in the French-speaking community.
During the war Jacques de Bernonville was propaganda director under Marshal Henri Pétain and a director of operations against the French underground.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,799170,00.html   (646 words)

  
 H-Net Review: William D. Irvine on Mythes, memoires et mensonges: l'intelligentsia du Quebec ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
De Bernonville was condemned to death in absentia after the Liberation.
It transpires that Mme de Bernonville managed to persuade the wife of the Canadian ambassador of her husband's innocence.
When de Bernonville next appears in her account, seven pages later, we learn that he arrived in New York in 1946 with false papers and subsequently entered Quebec under an assumed name.
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 Vichy_france info here at en.assessment-development-training.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Vichy government's title to be the de jure French supervision was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle, based introductory in London and downstream in Algiers, and French restraints since have held that the Vichy regime was an unconstitutional supervision spring by traitors.
Nevertheless, De Gaulle convinced Churchill to own her horsepowers to participate, despite De Gaulle was forced to to a mutual British-Free French proclamation auspicious that Syria and Lebanon would turn démodé absolutely without limit at the ultimate of the war.
Under Darnand and her sub-commanders, such as Paul Touvier and Jacques de Bernonville, the Milice was held for dollop the German horsepowers and police in the repression of the French Resistance and Maquis.
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 Famous French People Encyclopedia Article @ SportsMarquee.com (Sports Marquee)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Jacques de Bernonville (1897-1972), war criminal sentenced to death
Vicomte Raoul de Chagny (Gaston Leroux) -- Childhood friend of Christine Daae and brother of Comte Phillipe.
Napoléon Bonaparte and Joséphine de Beauharnais -- Emperor and Empress of France
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 Vichy France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Vichy France, or the Vichy regime (in French, now called: Régime de Vichy or Vichy; at the time, called itself: État Français, or French State) was the de facto French government of 1940-1944 although its position that it was the de jure French government was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle.
Some, in more technical administrative positions, were just technocrats who used their position to push various reforms that had been postponed during the Third Republic, Many of which were later retained (examples include the foundation of the statistics office, which was to become INSEE after the war).
Joseph Darnand Pétain took the control of Frenchmen, thanks to "Legion Française des Combattants" (L.F.C.), including at first only former combattants, but quickly adding "Amis de la Légion" and cadets of the Légion, who had never seen battle, but were supporters of his dictatorial regime.
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 Vichy_france info here at en.after-gasoline-alley.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Vichy government's career to be the de jure French restraint was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle, based in London subsequent in Algiers, French rules continually since have held that the Vichy regime was an restraint flow by traitors.
Nevertheless, De Gaulle convinced Churchill to grant their clouts to participate, notwithstanding De Gaulle was forced to permit to a concerted British-Free French proclamation reassuring that Syria Lebanon would ripen into ruled out separate at the stump of the war.
Under Darnand their sub-commanders, such as Paul Touvier Jacques de Bernonville, the Milice was decision-making for member the German clouts police in the repression of the French Resistance Maquis.
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 A Biographical Dictionary of War Crimes Proceedings, Collaboration Trials and Similar Proceedings Involving France in ...
De Beauplan, Robert-- French journalist for the collaborationist periodicals L'Illustration and Le Matin {arrested and put on trial by a French court for collaboration; convicted and sentenced to death 27 Nov 1945 (NYT 28 Nov 1945:12:7); subsequent fate unknown.}
De Carbuccia, Horace -- owner and publisher of the French collaborationist weekly Gringoire {arrested and put on trial by a French court at Paris on charges of collaboration; convicted and sentenced in absentia 13 Jan 1950 to 5 years imprisonment at hard labor and forfeiture of all property (NYT 14 Jan 1950:5:6).}
De la Haye, Edmond (?-1944) -- member, "French Gestapo" (Corps d'Autoprotection français) {put on trial for "intelligence with the enemy" by the Paris Court of Justice; collapsed in the courtroom and died of cancerous diabetes at Fresnes prison 12 Dec 1944 (NYT 13 Dec 1944:8:1; LT 13 Dec 1944:3:c).}
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 mm1699.htm
Nevertheless, one must always be aware that post-referendum remarks by Jacques Parizeau (the prime minister of Quebec) did elicit cheers.
He complained that the referendum had been lost because of "the ethnic vote and money," which is actually true and far less disturbing than his additional remark that "two-thirds of who we are" had voted yes.
Elle a construit son > pamphlet sur des apriori antinationalistes, a l'aide d'un bricolage assez > grossier de citations, de sous-entendus improuvables et d'une > bibliographie dont elle n'a manifestement pas lu tous les elements.
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 Vichy_france info here at en.album-gasoline-alley.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Vichy government's obsession to be the de jure French predominance was challenged by the Free French Forces of Charles de Gaulle, based numero uno in London & after in Algiers, & French supremacies since have held that the Vichy regime was an illegitimate predominance race by traitors.
Nevertheless, De Gaulle convinced Churchill to concede their duresss to participate, still De Gaulle was forced to clinch to a intermutual British-Free French proclamation encouraging that Syria & Lebanon would metamorphose absolutely sovereign at the stub of the war.
Under Darnand & their sub-commanders, such as Paul Touvier & Jacques de Bernonville, the Milice was chargeable for plateful the German duresss & police in the repression of the French Resistance & Maquis.
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 The Lonely Passion of Esther Delisle - Anti-Semitism and Holocaust
She tells the story of Jacques de Bernonville, a senior police officer in Vichy France who hunted down resistance fighters during the war.
De Bernonville's supporters included the secretary general of the Université de Montréal and Camille Laurin, a student who would later (in 1976) become a senior Parti Québécois cabinet minister.
Another collaborator, French Nazi propagandist Paul Reifenrath, came to Quebec under an assumed name and was sent by Union Nationale premier Maurice Duplessis to the Vatican in 1949 as his unofficial envoy.
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 Vichy France - Wikipedia Mirror   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
A notable example was the "Légion Française des Combattants" (L.F.C.) (French Legion of Fighters), including at first only former combatants, but quickly adding "Amis de la Légion" and cadets of the Légion, who had never seen battle, but were supporters of his dictatorial regime.
The name was then quickly changed to "Légion Française des Combattants et des volontaires de la Révolution Nationale" (French Legion of Fighters and volunteers of the National Revolution).
In 1943, the S.O.L. became independent and was transformed into the "Milice française" (French Militia), and Joseph Darnand was appointed head of that Vichy Milice, the wartime police.
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 Montreal Mirror : The Kristian Perspective
In 1948, muderous French Nazi collaborator Jacques de Bernonville was hiding out in Montreal avoiding war crimes trials.
Bernonville fled to Brazil, where he died of old age in 1972.
To the unknown vandals who secretly cut holes in the wire fence to allow people to trespass over the CP railroad tracks on de Maisonneuve: I thank and salute you.
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These include Bernanos, De Gaulle, Alexandre Marc, Gabriel Marcel, Christopher Dawson, Jacques and Raissa Maritain, Mitterrand, Mounier, Yves Simon, Ernst Psichari, Jacques Duge de Bernonville, Simone Weil.
This will be essential for the presentation «The Taboos of French Historians» which I am making to a session I have organized for the meeting of the Society for French Historical Studies at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris next June.
in the de Gaulle and new Mitterrand archives in Paris, in the Esprit archives at Chatenay-Malabry, as well as in the French National Archives.
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 VIGILE.NET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Not only did university and professional schools devise quotas against Jewish students, they did not hire Jewish faculty." So it is unfair to single out French nationalists, says Michel C. Auger, who writes for Le Journal de Montréal and is one of the most widely read columnists in Quebec.
If the rest of Canada were held to the same standard, he argues, "half the public places in this country would have to change names." Auger may be right, but it does not explain why Esther Delisle has been shunned by her fellow francophone Quebecers.
As we known now, many other nazi collaborators were also welcomed by sympathizers in many other parts of Canada, but so far, few historians have chased after them in the way Delisle is doing in her home province.
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 UVSQ - soutenance de thèse
C’est pourquoi cette thèse débute sur une étude de la Bible et de son influence sur la pensée anglaise.
Si l’histoire retint des puritains leur côté rigoureux, cette thèse démontre que John Cotton possédait des qualités spirituelles et émotionnelles intenses et que c’est l’amour, non la crainte de la non-élection pour le ciel, qui motiva le zèle des saints.
This dissertation shows that Cotton had deep spiritual and emotional qualities, and that it is love, and not fear about election to Heaven, that made the saints zealous.
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 Concentration Camps List
Le Cimetière des Innocents Green Man stalks and eats vagrants, Little Devil of the Quarries, has bleeding eyes, wild hair], Galleria de Paris [graveyard exhumed in 1789], Père-Lachaise Cimetière [monuments to the Holocaust], Montfaucon [hanged and left to rot until their bones fell.
Le ministre de la Défense, Michel Debré, expands the acreage in 1970 with the FDSEA: Fédération Départementale des Syndicats d’Exploitants Agricoles by seizing the town of La Cavalrie in Aveyron and nearby farms.
Camp de Royallieu à Compiègne [Picardie Region, The Orthodox Catholic church canonized Fr Alexis Medvedkov, Fr Dimitri Klepinine, Mother Maria Skobtsova, Elie Fondaminskii and her son George Yuri Skobtsov They were arrested by GeStaPo and interned in the Compiègne Camp, before being deported in the Totenzug: Death Train to Germany.
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 Vichy France (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
'''Vichy France''' (French: now called Régime de Vichy or Vichy; called itself at the time État Français, or French State) was the French state of 1940-1944 which was a puppet government under Nazi influence, as opposed to the Free French Forces, based first in London and later in Algiers.
The Milice was responsible for the suppression of the French Resistance and the Maquis as well as promulgating German race laws.
Despite the cooperation of the Vichy government the German forces took control of southern France in November 1942 and the real power came into the hands of Laval.
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