Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Some Jews in France wish to revert to family names

From the LA Times:

After WWII, officials urged Jewish emigres to change their names to sound more French. Two generations later, Jews are feeling a need to reconnect with their roots.


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  1. Famille Caruel de Saint-Martin (Manufacture de Tabacs) - Famille Darblay (Industrie) - Famille Davillier (Banque) - Famille Fould (Banque) - Famille Gradis (Commerce) - Famille Hottinguer (Banque) - Famille Lazard (Banque) - Famille Louis-Dreyfus (Négoce de grains) - Famille Mallet (Banque) - Famille Mirabaud (Banque) - Famille Petiet (Industrie, UCPMI) - Famille

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