Roger Gargadennec has the Breton like native tongue and learns French at the school. Teenager, it took share with the Résistance, bringing his active assistance to the movement Release-North in 1943 - 1944. He engages in the Naval Aviation to take part in the war until the final victory and was then sent in England to follow the courses of piloting of RAF.
In 1948, it enters to the national company Air France where it will carry out all its career as writer-originator of publicity, at the central services with Paris, before returning in Brittany per hour of the retirement to the native land.
In the offices of the company Air France, it becomes acquainted with Yann Kerlann, and it becomes at its sides an active member of the cultural hearth of Breton Langue Ker Vreiz in Paris. Benefitting from the facilities to travel that its work gave him, it passes most of its vacation to traverse the world, practitioner several foreign languages, it read much and explored the large libraries of many countries, to find there the trace of Brittany and the Breton ones. It is him thus which revealed the existence of a dictionary of Breton in a large library of Leningrad (Saint-Petersbourg), dictionary which had been ordered by Catherine of Russia.
- a monograph on Bridge-Cross , 1964
- the dictionary Breton of Catherine of Russia (with Charles Laurent) Yearly of Brittany, 1968
- Tales of the Cape-Sizun , translated the Breton one, Bookstore of America and the East - Paris 1973, republished in 1978, Maisonneuve and Larose.
- of the plays in Breton language, of which Ar Bleiz (the Wolf).
- It gives very many articles to newspapers and reviews, as well of French language, like the Books of Iroise , the bulletin of the Archaeological Company of the Finistere, the weekly magazine Brittany in Paris and well of others, as in Breton language, like the literary review Al Liamm.
- Agence Brittany Presses
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