Max Bingen grave monument in Montparnasse Pt2 Cemetery, Paris, Paris, France
Max Bingen grave monument: legible names and details
|1916||26||1890||first name on monument||Killed in action at Asiago|
|1944||36||1908||brother of Max Bingen||Jacques Bingen was enlisted in 1939; and rallied to De Gaulle in London in 1940 after a heroic trip via Gibraltar and Casablanca. He was close to his brother-in-law André Citroën; and a leading figure before WW2 in the armaments industry. He was at first head of the Free French merchant navy; but later volunteered to parachute into france following the capture of the Resistance hero Jean Moulin. In 1944 he was betrayed and captured; but committed suicide before being interrogated. His full biography in French can be found here: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques_Bingen|
|1933||68||1865||father of Max Bingen||Gustave Bingen was a financier of Italian Jewish descent. His daughter Georgina Bingen married André Citroën; the car manufacturer.|
|1962||93||1869||mother of Max Bingen||Wife of Gustave Bingen|
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