Lieutenant Maurice Albert LEPAGE      

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Maurice Lepage was born 27 November 1912, in Sainte-Colombe, Seine-et-Marne (77), France, the son of Albert Eugène Lepage and Cecile Marguerite Noel Gage, and the stepson of Maurice Gage.  Lepage had three brothers, two sisters.  The family home was at Alfortville, Seine. Lepage had a limited education, but gained a Cerfificat d’études from one year at High School and then took up the profession of cook. He had worked as such in France for over six years, including two years with the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique shipping line where Edmond Lesout (q.v.) had also worked.  His service with CGT included working on the great trans-Atlantic liner, the Normandie. Lepage had undertaken his National Service in France from 1930 to 1932 and on the outbreak of war, saw active service in the French Army from 1939 to 1940..........[Remainder of case study is complete - contact author for further details].

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