||To the memory of Jean Paul CAUCHI||
Who created and animated Combat Etudiant
He was also a member of the Mithridate and Navarre Resistance groups.
He was shot by the Germans on April 18, 1945
during his transfer from the camp of Buchenwald
as the American troops approached
He was posthumously made a Captain
and awarded the Military Cross with palms
and the Légion d'honneur
His liaison officer Jacqueline Bromberger wrote the present testimony as a complement
to the Chronicle of Clermont-Ferrand under the Occupation, described in the film "Sorrow and Pity",
where the involvement of the Strasbourg University was grossly ignored
First published in 1993 with the support of
Delegation à la mémoire et à l'information historique du Ministère des Anciens combatants et victimes de guerre
37, rue de Bellechasse 75007 Paris
The Jury of the Literary Price of Resistance joined together on October 6 1993 with in the chair Mr. Maurice Schumann with decreeḏ unanimity a special mention to this file testimony.