Alphonse Boudard (Alphonse Boudard)

Alphonse Boudard

Author. After waffling between sides in World War II for some time, he eventually became a member of the French Resistance. While fighting to oust the Germans from France, he was wounded and subsequently awarded a French military medal. He wrote about 30 novels and 22 screenplays, mostly depicting the common/everyday life of French people. His 1995 autobiography, “Mourir d’enfance”, won the grand prize for novels from the Académie Française. (bio by: amy7252)


  • December, 17, 1925
  • France


  • January, 01, 2000
  • France


  • Cimetière de Montparnasse
  • France

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