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  • Nom
    Annick Pizigot
  • Date
    1944-04-28
  • Lieu
    LOCMINÉ
  • Contribution
    Eric Le Bourvellec
  • ID
    3383.3507

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Annick Pizigot
Annick Pizigot

Plaque in honor of Annick Pizigot, liaison officer for the command section of the Bureau des Opérations Aériennes (Air Operations Office). She was arrested on denunciation on April 28, 1944, then tortured. She died on November 26, 1945 on her return from the Ravensbrück and Mauthausen concentration camps.

A school bears her name in Locminé

Plaque text:

Former Hôtel des Voyageurs

occupied by the German army from June 1940 to August 1944

Annick Pizigot 1924-1945

Annick, only daughter of hotel owners Françoise and Albert Pizigot, joined the Resistance on March 1, 1943. A liaison officer for the command section of the Bureau des Opérations Aériennes (BOA) since June 1, 1943, alias Nickette, she was in charge of an assembly center, had a transmitter-receiver and directed container parachuting operations. She was arrested on April 28, 1944, on denunciation, and tortured.


Deported (Nuit et Brouillard) on August 2, 1944, Annick died on November 26, 1945, in the hospital in St. Gallen, Switzerland, on her return from the Ravensbrück and Mauthausen concentration camps.


On June 18, 1940, the day of General de Gaulle's appeal, Jeanne de Gaulle, his mother, and Geneviève de Gaulle, his niece, resided at the hotel.

Contribution and photo credit Le Bourvellec Eric

 
Annick Pizigot
Annick Pizigot.
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Annick Pizigot
Annick Pizigot.
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Annick Pizigot

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