Since 1999 Conseil-General.com, founded by Thierry FRANCOIS, assists internauts and administrations to be in contact via internet. At the creation of the internet site, lADSL did not exist and many administrations did not yet have an internet site. Since 1999 this site is brought up to date regularily and remains actualized permanently.
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This website is dedicated and is a tribute to Maurice GRANDCOING
Maurice GRANDCOING, was arrested in Bordeaux on 25th July 1942 by the French Police, he was executed in Paris on the 11th August 1942 aged 31 by the SS Sturmbahnfuhrer Laubl. The order for his incineration was given by the French Police.
He was one of the people charged with the edition of leaflets and underground newspapers against the Germans.
In January 1941, he was named Military Commander of the free snipers and followers (FTP) of the West Region.
A street , rue Chevreul in Ivry sur Seine was rebatised and named after Maurice Grandcoing by decision of the Municipal Council on the 27th July 1945 and a street in Villetaneuse (93430) was also named after him.
His wife, Gisele GRANDCOING was arrested bt the French Police in October 1940 as a resistant and was released in May 1941 to give birth to twin daughters (Colette and Claude).
They were traumatised for life and despite their will their suffering was transmitted to their families...
Do what you believe to be Just, not only because its your job, but because otherwise you lose your status of a human being... one always has the possibility to be Just, Maurice GRANDCOING sacrificed his life for that against others who just did their job.
General Council in Conseil-General.com 1999/2013