Solange Sanfourche

WWII French resistance operative

Solange Sanfourche (July 18, 1922, Carsac-Aillac - June 12, 2013, Sarlat-la-Canéda) was a French resistance fighter during World War II. In Périgueux in December 1945, Sanfourche married Édouard Valéry, who was the head of the resistance movement during World War II. Sanfourche, whose nom de guerre was Marie-Claude, was a secretary, typist and liaison. During the occupation, the Sanfourche family had housed and concealed dozens of secret battles in Périgueux, which the Gestapo or the French militia wanted to access.[1][2][3]

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  1. Besse, Jean-Pierre (2021-01-10), "VALÉRY Edouard", Le Maitron (in French), Paris: Maitron/Editions de l'Atelier, retrieved 2022-09-05
  2. "DECES & ESPERANCE DE VIE - Décès et espérance de vie en France (de 1970 à aujourd'hui)". (in French). Retrieved 2022-09-05.
  3. Valéry, Édouard (2004). "QUATRE ANNES DANS LA RESISTANCE" (PDF) (in French). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2021-12-28. Retrieved 2021-03-23.