Daniel Cordier, French Resistance hero, dies at 100


Daniel Cordier, who served in the wartime French Resistance underground movement, notably as secretray to Jean Moulin, and who was one of the last two remaining individuals honoured as Compagnons de la Libération, has died at his home in Cannes, south-east France, aged 100.

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French Resistance figure Daniel Cordier - who has died at the age of 100 - was one of a last remaining heroes decorated by Charles de Gaulle for their role in fighting the Nazi occupation, reports BBC News.