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- Date of birth:
- October 2nd, 1901 (Besanšon, France)
- Date of death:
- December 1st, 1942 (Pyrenees / Planolas-Gerona-Spain)
- French (1870-present, Republic)
Vital Dreyfus was a member of the International Network "Dutch-Paris" that helped people to escape to the England, by helping them across the French-Swiss and French-Spanish borders.
During one of his voyages across the Spanish Pyrenees, he froze to death and was only found after the snow melted away in spring 1943.
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
- Arts (Medical Docter)
- Medical Docter Paris
- Awarded on:
- May 24th, 1950
Royal Decree no.5 Posthume.
- - Schulten dr. C.M., "Zeg mij aan wie ik toebehoor", Het verzetskruis 1940-1945, Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, Amsterdam, 1993