René de ChambrunRené Aldebert Pineton de Chambrun (23 August 1906 – 19 May 2002), was a French-American aristocrat, lawyer, businessman and author. He practised law at the Court of Appeals of Paris and the New York State Bar Association. He was the author of several books about World War II and his father-in-law, Vichy France Prime Minister Pierre Laval, to whom he served as legal counsel. He defended Coco Chanel in her lawsuit against Pierre Wertheimer over her marketing rights to Chanel No. 5. He was the chairman of Baccarat, the crystal manufacturer, from 1960 to 1992. Provided by Wikipedia
France during the German occupation, 1940-1944 : summaries and important selections from statements on the government of Maréchal Pétain and Pierre Laval. A bibliographical suppl...
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Les 5 cercueils de l'empereur : souvenirs inédits de Philippe de Rohan Chabot, commissaire du roi Louis-Philippe /
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Un Français chez les Lincoln : lettres inédites adressées pendant la guerre de Sécession par Adolphe de Chambrun à son épouse restée en France.
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