Philippe Koenigswerther grave monument in Passy Cemetery, Paris, Paris, France
Philippe Koenigswerther grave monument: legible names and details
Captain Philippe Koenigswerther Chevalier Légion d'H
|1944||26||1918||first name on monument||From a prominent Jewish family; captain in the 1st Parachute regiment; joined the French Resistance network in London in 1940 after answering De Gaulle's call to arms. Parachuted into France and principally responsible for the Bordeaux-La Rochelle region; he was captured and tortured by the Nazi forces in Alsace and executed at Struthof camp with his Resistance network colleagues.|
Albert Léopold King Koenigswerther
|1966||87||1879||father of Philippe Koenigswerther||Philippe Koenigswerther parents escaped from France in WW2 to New York and lived under the name of King.|
|1963||79||1884||mother of Philippe Koenigswerther|
Patrice de la Selle
|1976||76||1900||relationship not given of Philippe Koenigswerther||Born in Chateauroux|
Louise de la Selle née Koenigswerther
|1980||73||1907||relationship not given of Philippe Koenigswerther|
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