Fulgence Charpentier, 1897-2001

la mémoire du XXe siècle by FranГ§ois-Xavier Simard

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Jean Charpentier ( – January 8, ) was a Canadian journalist who served as the press secretary for Pierre Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, from until He was nicknamed "The Count" by journalists and reporters for his "elegance" and manners. Bourrie became interested in wartime censorship more than a decade ago, when he interviewed year-old Fulgence Charpentier, the last surviving press censor, for a Toronto Star article. That conversation led to PhD studies at the University of Ottawa, where he was supervised by Professor Jeffrey Keshen, who wrote the definitive book on the. Jean de Charpentier ( – ), German-Swiss geologist Gustave Charpentier ( - ), French composer Fulgence Charpentier ( - ), Canadian journalist, editor and publisher Jean-Marie Charpentier, French architect Sébastien Charpentier (), French motorcycle racer Sebastien Charpentier (), Canadian ice hockey player. Shigechiyo Izumi () - oldest male ever recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records Christian Mortensen ( - ) - oldest male widely accepted by scholars Habib Miyan - unauthenticated claim to be ; believed by Indian court to be at .

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Realizing what was happening, the French-language press as Le Devoir, L'Action catholique, and L'Événement-Journal outrageously ran amok in publishing blatant anti-Semitic and pro-Vichy articles, even singing the praises of Mussolini and Franco.

Unbelievable as it may seem today, Federal justice minister Louis St. Laurent and his deputy were very quick to approve prosecutions and warnings. Fulgence Charpentier (), Canadian journalist and columnist Nirad Chaudhuri () Eve Curie LaBouisse (Living), author of biography of her mother Marie Curie; Geoffrey Dearmer () The Delany Sisters (; ) Marjory Stoneman Douglas () Richard Eberhart (), Pulitzer-Prize winning poet.Fulgence Charpentier, OC was a French Canadian journalist and publisher.

Born in Sainte-Anne-de-Prescott, Charpentier's career included diplomatic and bureaucratic positions, but his first love had been journalism since he began his reporting career at Montreal's Le Devoir induring which he earned $20 a week. InCharpentier joined the Canadian army, he stayed in the army after the.Some modern bearers of that name: Fulgence Bienvenüe (–), French civil engineer, famous for his participation in the creation of the Paris Métro; Fulgence Charpentier (–