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Stephane Hessel

Stephane Hessel, who fought with the French Army and the Resistance in World War II, was imprisoned in the Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald. After the war he served as a French and UN diplomat and was named a Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor in 2006.


  • February 17, 2011

    Indignez-vous!

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    Stephane Hessel

  • Activism February 16, 2011

    Indignez-vous!

    In the first English translation of a cri de coeur that has topped bestseller lists for months in France, the 93-year-old hero of the French Resistance urges a new generation to renew the struggle for social justice.

    Stephane Hessel

  • Regions and Countries June 14, 2007

    Israel’s Choice

    It's time for a democratically governed Israel to grant liberal civil rights to its Arab minority.

    Stephane Hessel