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  • Date: Thu, 16 Jan 1997 21:03:01 -0800
  • From: "Bertram M. Gordon" <bmgordon@mills.edu>
  • Subject: Re: Someone can help me? (fwd)

Date: Thu, 16 Jan 1997 21:28:01 -0600 (CST)
From: Nat Godley <godley@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu>

You may find it useful to look (if you have not already done so) in
Pierre-Marie Dioudonnat, _Les 700 redacteurs de Je Suis Partout_ (Paris:
Sedopols, 1993). Dioudonnat gives short descriptions of the wartime
activities of many "collabos" (even those who only contributed to JSP
once or twice).

Nat Godley
University of Iowa
Department of History
Seashore Hall W616
Iowa City, IA 52244
e-mail <godley@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu>

On Tue, 14 Jan 1997, Bertram M. Gordon wrote:

> Date: Mon, 13 Jan 1997 14:37:16 -0500
> From: Esther Delisle <cyes@musica.mcgill.ca>
>
> I am finishing a book on alleged French Nazi Collaborators who took refuge
> in the province of Quebec after WW2. Any information about wartime
> activities of the following persons would be most helpful:
>
>
> Paul Reifenrath: He was an Alsatian who might have lived in Annecy. Under
> the name of Paul =C9verard Richemont, he became special advisor to Quebec
> Premier  Maurice Duplessis. He may have been a member of the
> National-Socialist Party of Alsace, the NSDAP Elsass.
>
> Victor Keyserling: worked for Radio-Paris
>
> Pierre Gaxotte: Historian who wrote in Je suis partout until 1942. What did
> he do until the end of the war.
>
> Michel Mohrt: Writer who joined Je suis partout en 1942.
>
> Jacques de Lacretelle
>
> Robert Lacour-Gayet
>
> Paul Touvier: around 1975-1976 it had been suggested to him to take refuge
> in Quebec where a priest would take care of him but Touvier refused to
> leave France. This piece of information was given to the Commission des
> historiens sur Touvier et l'=C9glise, but was noot deemed important enough =
> to
> be published in its report. Any information on his planned coming to Quebec
> would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Esther Delisle, Ph.D. (cyes@musica.mcgill.ca)
> 4645 St-Kevin Ave., #4
> Montreal (Quebec)
> Canada H3W 1N8
>
> Fran=E7ais
>
> Je termine un livre portant sur les Fran=E7ais accus=E9s d'avoir collaborer
> avec l'occupant nazi et qui se sont r=E9fugi=E9s dans la province de Qu=E9b=
> ec
> apr=E8s la secnde guerre mondiale.
>
> J'appr=E9cierais vivement recevoir des infomations renseignements sur les
> activit=E9s des personnes suivantes durant la seconde guerre mondiale:
>
> Paul Reifenrath: Originaire d'Alsace-Lorraine. Aurait peut-=EAtre v=E9cu =
> =E0
> Annecy. Sous le nom de Paul =C9verard Richemont, il deviendra conseiller
> sp=E9cial du Premier Ministre du Qu=E9bec, Maurice Duplessis. Il vivra au
> Qu=E9bec de 1947 =E0 1951, avec de fr=E9quents s=E9jours au Vatican. Il =E9=
> tait
> peut-=EAtre membre du parti national-socialiste alsacien le NSDAP Elsass.
>
> Victor Keyserling: Il travaillait pour Radio-Paris
>
> Pierre Gaxotte: Historien membre de la r=E9daction de Je suis partout
> jusqu'en 1942. Que fait-il apr=E8s?
>
> L'=E9crivain Michel Mohrt. Il se joint =E0  l'=E9quipe de Je suis partout e=
> n 1942.
>
> Jacques de Lacretelle
>
> Robert Lacour-Gayet
>
> Paul Touvier; vers 1975-1976 il lui a =E9t=E9 propos=E9 de venir au Qu=E9be=
> c o=F9 un
> pr=EAtre prendrait soin de lui. Information donn=E9e =E0 la Commission des
> historiens sur Touvier et l'=C9glise, mais non publi=E9e dans le rapport pa=
> rce
> que tenue pour insignifiante. Toute information sur la venue de Paul
> Touvier au Qu=E9bec serait grandment appr=E9ci=E9e.
>
> Dr. Esther Delisle (cyes@musica.mcgill.ca)
> 4645 avenue St-Kevin #4
> Montr=E9al (Qu=E9bec)
> Canada H3W 1N8
>

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