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When writing your family history, add the photographs of your ancestors. If you have military ancestors, it would be very interesting for your chidren to know their career or at least their name, regiment, grade and enlisting date.

If your ancestor was in the French army, we can supply you with his career.

♦♦♦ Contact us with : name, date, regiment (or photograph in uniform)

francoise.petit754@orange.fr

 

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René Tastet

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My grand-father René TASTET

French Gendarmerie Nationale

Keep alive the memory of your ancestors : photos, military career, family story for your children.

Contact francoise.petit754@orange.fr

to ask for the records of your French military ancestor or the photograph of his tomb or his family house in Paris area.

Eugene ROHEE

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Grand-father Eugene ROHEE
6th Artillery Regiment
France – WW I

Find the military career of your Grand-father (or ancestor)
in the French army
Contact : francoise.petit754@orange.fr
00 33 60 34 54 380

MCIP (My Correspondent in Paris) is a registered company.
We have carried out with success many researches for our customers (from Napoleonic wars to World War II).
Francoise PETIT has worked for genealogical research centers and historical associations.

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Christian TASTET

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Captain Christian TASTET reviewing Ivory Coast Gendarmerie – Abidjan 1962
Demonstration of farmers
My father Captain Christian TASTET (center) facing angry farmers (France 1967). Dordogne – France
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Lieutenant Christian TASTET (top right)
on his light Chaffee tank
French Gendarmerie in Thionville (east of France)
1955

My military ancestor World war II

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Nicolas GRAND
Re-enlisted in 1939 in motorized cavalry
Surrounded by his children Margot, François, Nicole
In front of their house Charlemagne Bld in Thionville (east of France) 1940
(GRAND archives)

My mother Nicole remembers :

When I heard the war had been declared, I just sat on the pavement and cried