See also: Adeline
Henri Adeline (born the May 8th 1898 with Verdun - died the April 30th 1971 with Châlons-sur-Marne) was a French soldier of the 20th century, which fought in the rows of the French Army during the two world wars, and engaged starting from 1943 in the Résistance.
In 1943, Henri Adeline entered the Résistance and took the head of the Maquis of the Dordogne, which it organized. It released in August 1944 Bergerac, Bordeaux and Libourne, then beginning September Rochefort.
Distinctions and decorations
- Legion of honor :
- Companion of the Release - decree of the May 28th 1945
- Military Cross 1914-1918 with 2 quotations.
- Military Cross 1939-1945 with 2 quotations.
- Military Cross of the Theaters of external operations with 1 quotation.
Important foreign decorations
- See a detailed biography of Henri Adeline on the site about the Release
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