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Oral history interview with Guy Nouchi

Oral History | Accession Number: 2011.269 | RG Number: RG-50.030.0649

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Guy Nouchi , born on March 29, 1932, describes his life in his hometown Kenitra, Morocco; his father’s service during World War I; his father and uncle’s grocery store that they owned before the war; his father’s entrance into the French Administration as a public works supervisor; his father’s service in the French Army Reserve during World War II; his father’s inability to work under the Vichy laws; his attendance in secular French public school because of his French citizenship; his religious education; his family’s move to Rabat, Morocco due to his father’s new job; the latent antisemitism in his school; his studies at Lycee Gorau; his advanced scientific studies at the Faculty of Science; his father’s transfer to Beziers; his military service in Morocco; his occupation in molecular optics; and his contemporary family life.

Interviewee
Guy Nouchi
Interviewer
Peggy Frankston
Date
2011 November 10  (interview)
Language
French
Extent
1 digital file : WAV.
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