By Jean Markale
Les Contes populaires de toutes les Bretagne permettent de redécouvrir ces histoires extraordinaires transmises oralement de génération en génération, qui constituent los angeles richesse l. a. plus authentique de los angeles Bretagne.
S'ils appartiennent à l. a. culture populaire universelle, ces contes ont été adaptés et actualisés selon l'esprit des bretons : ils témoignent d'une véritable civilisation, à l. a. fois rurale et maritime, parfaitement spécifique.
Mais assez parlé ! Ecoutons maintenant l. a. voix du conteur, celle de Jean Markale, qui nous plonge dans un univers merveilleux et fantastique.
La Dame blanche de Trécesson, l. a. noix du korrigan, le Diable qui cherchait un métier... Cinquante contes édifiants pour frémir et pour grandir.
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Invasion plans against France had been changed no fewer than 29 times between the defeat of Poland in September 1939 and the actual attack in the west in May 1940. When informed of the armistice arrangements in June, General Franz Halder, the head of the German Army General Staff, complained in his diary of ‘‘dilettante interference’’ in military planning. Only on 30 June was a plan (Felix) developed, to conquer French North Africa. Hitler’s own second thoughts regarding the armistice were reflected in his December 1940 signing of the order for Operation Attila, a plan to occupy the zone that the armistice had left unoccupied.
Mentioned five times in army dispatches during World War I and engaged in right-wing conspiracies within the army in the 1930s, Loustanau-Lacau was well acquainted with Marshal Pe´tain. Having come to Vichy after his escape on 15 August 1940 from the hospital at Chaˆ lons-sur-Marne, where he had been prisoner of war, he was named general delegate of the Le´gion Franc¸aise des Combattants. At Vichy, using the pseudonym ‘‘Navarre’’ and with the help of MarieMadeleine Me´ ric (later, Fourcade), he reconstituted his interwar army network, the ‘‘Corvignolles,’’ which he lodged in the Hotel des Sports in Vichy.
In North Africa Eisenhower’s civil affairs officers provided liaison between the military and French officials but did not govern. Although AMGOT had been abandoned by the beginning of 1944, the threat of an occupation government for France remained a concern for the Gaullists on the eve of D-Day. Roosevelt authorized American officials to print French currency to be distributed upon landing in Normandy. De Gaulle objected that this action usurped French sovereignty, declared the Allied francs to be ‘‘counterfeit,’’ and refused to allow French liaison officers to participate in the landings.
Contes populaires de toutes les Bretagne by Jean Markale