Vu sur Ebay ce document :
Curieusement, le nom de Pierre Jeannerat n'apparait pas dans la liste des Français Libres (certes, on le sait, incomplete)
Une autre annonce sur ebay , nous donne une courte biographie et quelques portaits :
Pierre Gabriel Jeannerat de Beerski, artist, author & journalist. Entrusted in 1919 with an artistic and literary mission by the Governor-General of French Indo-China. Wrote "Angkor: Ruins in Cambodia" (published 1923), conscripted into the French Cavalry North Africa (1923), Private Secretary to Marshal Lyautey, Resident-General of Morocco (1924). Worked on the staff of "The Daily Mirror" (1925-35), art critic and special correspondent of the "Daily Mail" (1935-39). Mobilized September 1939 and joined 6th Dragoons in France. Agent de Liaison with the B.E.F. (1940), escaped to England in June of the same year and offered his services to General de Gaulle. Sent by de Gaulle in February 1941 to the Middle East to organise the news service there of the "Agence Francaise Independante", and was their chief war correspondent Middle East between 1941-43. Recalled to England and front line war correspondent during the campaign in North-West Europe following the D Day landings. After the War resumed his previous work on the "Daily Mail"
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