Oeuvres completes, tome 2 Boris Vian Fayard Gilbert Pestureau Litterature Franca Boris Vian 1920-1959 passa comme un météore au milieu de notre siecle, laissant une trace eblouissante, énigmatique et inspiratrice. Dresse dans sa jeunesse insolente et éternelle, chantre des délires et des merveilles, alchimiste fecond du...
On April 2nd, 1998, Maurice Papon, former Vichyist high official become minister gaullist, was recognized guilty of ? complicity of crimes against humanity? and was condemned to ten years of imprisonment for complicity of illegal arrests and arbitrary sequestrations in the deportation of four convoys of Jews, of Bordeaux towards Drancy, between 1942 and 1944. Beyond the role of the former general secretary of the prefecture of the Gironde, this historical lawsuit was the occasion to highlight crushing it responsibility for the mode of Vichy in the persecution of the Jews.
Jean-Michel Dumay, for Le Monde, held the legal chronicle of the entirety of the audiences, from October 8th, 1997 to April 2nd, 1998. Emotion, unforeseen, History here the report of reference of the longest lawsuit of the post-war period.