Thursday, September 17, 2015
Evelyne Hammel-Sullerot (1924-)
During her year of philosophy, Évelyne was arrested by the Vichy police and charged with "antinational propaganda and hostile remarks about the Head of the State" (Petain). After her release, she returned to the German zone of occupation and joined the Resistance, becoming a member of the OCMJ (Military and Civilian Organization of Young People).
She later married François Sullerot, with whom she had four children and went on to become a French feminist.
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