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Lamprat arrest
Lamprat arrest

Here on June 8, 1944 were arrested 9 patriotic F.F.I. who were tortured and then hanged by German soldiers.
Léon Eugène 24 years old
Le Dain Jean 23 years old
Auffret Georges 23 years old
Goadec Marcel 22 years old 
Le Naelou Georges 22 years old
Le Goff Marcel 22 years old
Bernard Marcel19 years old
Briand Louis 18 years old
L'Hostis François 19 years old

The village of Lamprat was set on fire.

The drama of Lamprat (June 8, 1944) The atrocities committed, on Thursday June 8 and Friday June 9, 1944, by a group of Nazi army soldiers belonging, in all probability, to a unit of parachutists, took place in the context of the beginning of the Libération, in the aftermath of the Débarquement de Normandie and in a Centre-Bretagne dreaded by the Occupier due to the high density of tenacious and active maquis. 

The drama unfolds on a farm in Plounévézel, continues in Carhaix, then, following the road to Rennes, to Moustoir, to Paule, to Rostrenen, ends in Saint-Caradec... 

On June 8, around noon, eleven young resistance fighters. excited by the success of D-Day, unexpectedly come to lunch at the Lamprat farm in Plounévével. Suddenly, a truckload of Nazi soldiers pulls up in the courtyard. The concern shown by the young people leads the non-commissioned officer to place a good fifteen people under arrest, including the family of the mayor, Yves Mével, a former lieutenant in Quatorze. Only one Resistance fighter escapes capture: Jean Le Manac'h, hidden in the chimney flue. 

The soldiers take all kinds of reprisals: they shoot Eugène Léon who was trying to escape. set fire. with incendiary grenades, to the buildings of the hamlet's two farms, and "interrogate" the "terrorists" with log blows, except for Bob Julet, who smokes quietly in the company of the torturers. 

Then come the executionsby hanging, from electric poles or consoles, or from a balcony. The condemned man, his hands tied, must climb the rungs of a ladder, passing his neck through a knot of electric wire. DieJean Le Dain, at Moulin Meur in Plounévézel, at around 9pm; Georges Auffret, at the entrance to Carhaix, at around 10pm Marcel Goadec, in the town center, at 10:15pm; Georges Le Naélou, in the market town of Le Moustoir, at around 11pm ; Marcel Le Goff, around midnight, at the Pie crossroads, in Paule; Marcel Bernard, at the entrance to Rostrenen, around 2H on June 9; Louis Briand in the town; François L'Hostis, in Saint-Caradec, in the early hours of June 9. 

On the chest of the first supplicant, a sign, in French: "Ainsi sera fait à quiconque tirera sur un membre de la Wehrmacht". To Marcel Le Goff's corpse, his executioners shouted: "Camarade, come down now!!!". The Nazis forbade the bodies to be buried for three days. 

Bob Julet, who pointed out the "terrorists" to the Nazis, was executed by the maquisards of Saint-Hernin. 

Photocredit BOUDOT Philippe

 
Lamprat arrest
Crédit photo Philippe Boudot.
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Lamprat arrest
Crédit photo Philippe Boudot.
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Lamprat arrest
Crédit photo Philippe Boudot.
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Lamprat arrest

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