Forces Françaises Libres
Forces Françaises Libres
|APESTEGUY Marie Thérèse
BONIN Alice (Reux)
BOUDREAU Angèle (Théault)
CHARDRON MarcelleCLEMENT Marie
CORMIER Blanche (Farvacque)
CORMIER Jeanne (Haran)
CORMIER Henriette (Massouty)
FLANDIGAN-LESAUX Francine (Morin)
FOLIOT Léone (Hollet)
|LE BOURGE Juliette (Bouillie)|
LEBARS Thérèse (Lebars)
LEFEVRE LéoneLEGUICHER Jeanne
LEGUICHER Simone (Villard)
L’initiative de l’ex-Amiral Muselier soulève la réprobation générale, même celle de Londres ! – L’ex-Amiral Muselier est formellement désavoué par les U. S.A.. et le Canada. – Même l’Angleterre est surprise ! – L’opinion française – De bons Français – Le GOUVERNEUR ARRETE. Lire la suite [pdf]… Lire la suite
Dec. 25, 1941
TO: VISCOUNT HALIFAX
FROM: Mr. EDEN
Addressed to Washington telegram No. 7243 of December 25th, repeated to Ottawa No. 2256.
My telegram No. 7008.
Admiralty received a telegram from Admiral Muselier dated December 24th in which he stated that « in compliance with the order quite recently received from General de Gaulle and the request of the inhabitants » he had proceeded on the morning of December 24th to St. Pierre and rallied the people to Free France and the Allied Cause with an enthusiastic reception.
2. This was a complete surprise to …Lire la suite
DRAFT OF COMMUNIQUE WHICH WOULD BW ACCEPTED BY GENERAL DE GAULLE
1. The islands are French and will remain French.
2. The present Administrator shall be withdrawn; the Administration of the islands shall be exercised by the Consultative Council.
3. The above-mentioned Council wil will agree to the appointment of Canadian and United States’ officials to assist them in the operation of the wireless stations on the islands in the common interest of the Allies.
4. The Free Franch National Committee inform His Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom that they never intended that ships of the Free French Naval …Lire la suite
CONCERN OF THE UNITED STATES OVER THE CONTROL OF THE WIRELESS RADIO STATION AT ST. PIERRE AND THE SEIZURE OF ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON BY THE FREE FRENCH FORCES. The Minister in Canada (Moffat) to the Secretary of State
Ottawa, November 3, 1941 – 6 p.m.
The Canadian Government’s worry about the possible misuse of the Saint Pierre-Miquelon wireless station has been accentuated by recent sinkings far to the westward of any previously reported. In the circumstance they desire to send some civilian wireless specialists from the Depart of Transport to Saint Pierre-Miquelon to controll all messages sent. If the …
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
January 8, 1942
My dear Mr. President:
After giving careful consideration to all of the circumstances in connection with the St. Pierre Miquelon situation and with a view to arriving at an acceptable solution I have drafted the enclosed suggested telegram to Admiral Leahy setting forth a formula for the settle- ment of the matter. My suggestion would be that before sending this telegram in the event you approve it the telegram be submitted to the British and Canadian Govern- ments for their concurrence.
Without specifically stating so this would amount to a trusteeship. It seems …Lire la suite
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