Report of the Commissioner of central Rouen on the work of two English Masonic lodges
Report of the Commissioner of central Rouen on the work of two English Masonic lodges, Jan. 22, 1942.
Freemasons being held responsible for the defeat, the Vichy government quickly takes action against them.
August 11, 1941, a new law prohibits former members the exercise of public functions and authorize the publication in the Official Journal of the names.
Among the ten lodges present at Rouen, two were considered English: “Jeanne d’Arc # 5” and “Norman Friendship” attached to the Independent National Grand Lodge.
Fund of the prefect’s Office
27 x 20.9 cm
Archives départementales de Seine – Maritime
51 W 369
Early modern Period
Politic and military links
Rouen – Archives Départementales