Émile Allegret

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Émile Allegret
Born24 April 1907
Died22 November 1990
NationalityFrench
EducationAeronautical Engineer
Alma materÉcole nationale de l'aviation civile
OccupationSoldier during the World War II
Known forCompanion of the Liberation
TitleCaptain

Émile Allegret (24 April 1907,[1] Dijon – 22 November 1990, Vaux-sur-Mer)[2] was a French soldier[3] and member of the French Resistance[4] during World War II. He graduated from the École nationale de l'aviation civile (French civil aviation university). After the war, he worked as an air navigation engineer.

Émile Allegret was a Commandeur of the Légion d'honneur.[5]

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  • Académie nationale de l'air et de l'espace and Lucien Robineau, Les français du ciel, dictionnaire historique, Le Cherche midi, June 2005, ISBN 2-7491-0415-7, p. 29, ALLÉGRET, Émile
  • (French) Biography on the Ordre de la Libération website