Une vie by Simone VeilDe son enfance nicoise dans une famille juive completement assimilee, et de sa de?portation a Auschwitz avec sa mere et lune de ses soeurs en mars 1944, jusqua ses fonctions les plus recentes, S. Veil se raconte a la premiere personne. Elle lit elle-meme le premier chapitre. Avec un cahier photo.
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She is certainly the one whose name comes up most often, each time the law that bears her name is mentioned—the law that she proposed and fought for in the French Parliament, the law legalizing abortion that went into effect on January 17, Today, even if women are not familiar with her numerous accomplishments, they remember her name every time abortion and other contraceptive rights are discussed. Simone Jacob was born in Nice on July 13, Paris —d. In he married Yvonne Steinmetz b. The couple had four children: Madeleine nicknamed Milou , born in ; Denise b. She has always feared that taking the test and giving her real name led to the arrest of her entire family.
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She was best known for pushing forward the law legalizing abortion in France on 17 January They were later transferred to Bergen-Belsen , where her mother Yvonne died of typhus shortly before the camp's 15 April liberation. Veil's father and brother also died; they are last known to have been sent on a transport to Lithuania. Veil returned to speak at Auschwitz-Birkenau in for the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the camps. After the liberation, she began to study law and political science at Sciences Po and at the University of Paris , where she met her future husband Antoine Veil. Her husband died at the age of 86 on 12 April , after 66 years of marriage.
T he life story is a debased genre, but occasionally someone writes one who actually has something to say. Simone Veil is one of those. She survived Auschwitz and later, as minister of health, allowed French women the right to control their bodies by steering abortion law through Catholic France. She lifted European politics to a new level as first president of the European parliament, where her intellect, grace and calm Europeanism turned the Strasbourg assembly into a serious body. Yet this memoir is more than a straight record of achievement. It is a vade mecum to French life as lived and experienced from the s to the present day and a profound insight into the feminine condition. At each stage of her life, Simone Veil had to overcome male resistance in one form or another: a loving, intellectual husband who saw the role of a wife and a mother as being at home; a judicial system that could not handle a woman determined to be a judge and expose wrongs in France's ancient regime prison system; and then the male politicians who want women as tokens in ministerial office but still see government as men's business.