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World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd listening to General de Gaulle's speech, broadcasted on the radio  Le Matériel Téléphonique  from the Chaillot palace. Paris (IXth arrondissement), place de l'Opéra, September 12, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd listening to General de Gaulle's speech, broadcasted on the radio "Le Matériel Téléphonique" from the Chaillot palace. Paris (IXth arrondissement), place de l'Opéra, September 12, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. Distribution of leaflets announcing the publication of the first Free France newspaper. Paris (IInd arrondissement), Rue du Mail, August 21, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. Distribution of leaflets announcing the publication of the first Free France newspaper. Paris (IInd arrondissement), Rue du Mail, August 21, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. Weapons and ammunition boxes taken from the Germans. Paris (IInd arrondissement), 29 rue du Mail, August 20, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. Weapons and ammunition boxes taken from the Germans. Paris (IInd arrondissement), 29 rue du Mail, August 20, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd listening to General de Gaulle's speech from the Chaillot palace. Paris (IXth arrondissement), Opéra Garnier, September 12, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd listening to General de Gaulle's speech from the Chaillot palace. Paris (IXth arrondissement), Opéra Garnier, September 12, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. France under the German occupation. The Paris law courts some days before the liberation of the city. Paris (Ist arrondissement), August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. France under the German occupation. The Paris law courts some days before the liberation of the city. Paris (Ist arrondissement), August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration on the Champs-Elysées. Parade of members from the French Forces of the Interior. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration on the Champs-Elysées. Parade of members from the French Forces of the Interior. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade. French General Charles de Gaulle, Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi, French politicians, going down the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory parade. French General Charles de Gaulle, Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi, French politicians, going down the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Bullet-riddled car. Paris (XVIIth arrondissement), rue Boursault, August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Bullet-riddled car. Paris (XVIIth arrondissement), rue Boursault, August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd listening to General de Gaulle's speech, broadcasted on the radio  Le Matériel Téléphonique  from the Chaillot palace. Paris (IXth arrondissement), Opéra Garnier, September 12, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Crowd listening to General de Gaulle's speech, broadcasted on the radio "Le Matériel Téléphonique" from the Chaillot palace. Paris (IXth arrondissement), Opéra Garnier, September 12, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers, attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of  Le Figaro  newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Victory celebration. Paul Valéry (1871-1945) and Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writers, attending the General de Gaulle's parade on the Champs-Elysées from the building of "Le Figaro" newspaper. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. War-damaged building. Paris (XVIIth arrondissement), between the rue Boursault and Boulevard des Batignolles, August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. War-damaged building. Paris (XVIIth arrondissement), between the rue Boursault and Boulevard des Batignolles, August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. France under the German occupation. The place de Clichy some days before the liberation of Paris, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. France under the German occupation. The place de Clichy some days before the liberation of Paris, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. A bombarded facade of the Senate. Paris (VIth arrondissement), August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. A bombarded facade of the Senate. Paris (VIth arrondissement), August 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. The French Forces of the Interior in the premises of the newspaper Paris-Soir, exhausted after they blocked collaborationist newspapers. Paris (Ist arrondissement), rue du Louvre, August 20, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. The French Forces of the Interior in the premises of the newspaper Paris-Soir, exhausted after they blocked collaborationist newspapers. Paris (Ist arrondissement), rue du Louvre, August 20, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. Kübelwagen vehicule taken from the Germans by the French Forces of the Interior. Paris (IInd arrondissement), 29 rue du Mail, August 20, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Beginning of the Parisian insurrection. Kübelwagen vehicule taken from the Germans by the French Forces of the Interior. Paris (IInd arrondissement), 29 rue du Mail, August 20, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Damaged facade of the Hôtel de la Marine. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), place de la Concorde, on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Parade of tanks from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. The Langlade Tactical Group on the Champs-Elysées. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), on August 26, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Barricades blocking the rue de Richelieu, in front of the boulevard des Italiens, near the Kommandantur located at the place de l'Opéra. Paris (IXth arrondissement), August 19-24, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Barricades blocking the rue de Richelieu, in front of the boulevard des Italiens, near the Kommandantur located at the place de l'Opéra. Paris (IXth arrondissement), August 19-24, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

World War II. Liberation of Paris. Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writer, in a Jeep with a Colonel from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. Paris, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).
World War II. Liberation of Paris. Georges Duhamel (1884-1966), French writer, in a Jeep with a Colonel from the 2nd Armored Division commanded by General Leclerc. Paris, 1944. Photograph by Jean Roubier (1896-1981).

Fonds Jean Roubier

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