André Lassagne (23 April 1911 - 3 April 1953) was a member of the French resistance during World War II. The secretary general of "L'Armée Secrète" (AS), he was arrested (along with Jean Moulin) on June 21, 1943 in Caluire-et-Cuire (Rhône). After the war he became Senator for Rhone and was awarded the Legion d'Honneur.
Before the war
Lassagne was born in Lyon, France.
Teaching and Military Careers
After the war
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- Légion d'honneur
- Quai André Lassagne
- College André Lassagne
- Rue André Lassagne
Feuillets Clandestins De Fresnes - (8 Juillet 1943-16 Février 1944)
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