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The clandestine warfare

 

Number of interviews: 19

fra: 16

ndl: 1

unknown: 2

Transcriptions: partly

Original carriers: audiotapes, audiocassettes and minidiscs

Current files: mp3; wav; flac

Accessibility: in the reading room

Obligatory registration as reader of the General State Archives and State Archives in the Provinces.

Jean Dujardin holds a degree in diplomatic sciences from the University of Liège. Upon graduation in 1964, he entered the National Centre for the History of the Two World Wars and the C.R.E.H.S.S.G.M. when it was founded in 1968. In 1986, at the age of 49, he died of an illness.

During his career, Jean Dujardin’s objective was to make the history of the Second World War better known to the general public, particularly through educational dossiers and exhibitions.

He conducted 19 interviews between 1970 and 1984, mainly on “clandestine warfare” (intelligence services, press, radio). He was particularly interested in the intelligence networks “Luc”, Zero, BOUCLE and MILL. He also carried out an inventory of clandestine newspapers kept in Belgium. His death left his research on the Marc network and the functioning of Sûreté de l’Etat in London unfinished.