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deGaulle Remembers Forgotten Hero

Despite 15 decorations from France for heroism and battlefield injuries in WWI and WWII, Eugene Bullard was ignored in the USA by his home country. “He had many reasons to resent his native country,” says biographer Craig Lloyd. But Bullard … Continue reading

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Le Chambon-sur-Lignon 1940

Courtesy of www.ushmm.org “These actions of rescue were unusual …as they involved the majority  of an entire region. “Nobody asked who was Jewish and who was not. Nobody asked where you were from. Nobody asked who your father was or … Continue reading

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