J'ai découvert deux héros de fiction free french :
---> Tout d'abord, un étonnant détective : Jules de Grandin
, le Sherlock Holme du surnaturel (Brrrr....).
Les histoires de Jules de Grandin seront publiées aux USa pendant 26 ans de 1925 à 1951 ! (un ouvrage en langue française a été publié en 1996 :
"1940: June: Marshal Petain concludes an armistice with the Nazis. Charles de Gaulle journeys to London to organize the Free French. Stationed in Syria, De Grandin denounces Petain’s Vichy regime leaves for Africa in order to join a Free French garrison (based on the introduction to “Stoneman’s Memorial”).
1940: September. A combined invasion force consisting of Free French and British troops unsuccessfully attacks the Vichy forces controlling Dakar in French West Africa. Now a captain and military surgeon in the Free French, de Grandin contracts a sever case of enteritis (based on the introduction to “Stoneman’s Memorial”).
---> et Jean-Gaston Andre
héro d'une vieille et éphèmère série TV des USA : Jericho
"The Jericho team were a trio of Allied specialists who operated as intelligence agents and saboteurs behind Nazi lines. Franklin Sheppard, of American Army Intelligence, was their commanding officer and chief planner. Jean-Gaston Andre, of the Free French Air Force, was the team's demolitions and weapons expert. Nicholas Gage, of the British Navy, was a former circus performer (high-wire...