by Alain Bosquet
Alain Bosquet (1919-1998) was born in Odessa in 1919 but spent his childhood in Belgium. He was still a student when the Germans invaded the country in 1940. Later he was in the Belgian and French Armies. In 1942 he came to America and became an American citizen. Bosquet was assistant editor of the first Gaullist paper in America, The Voice of France, and was co-founder of the magazine Hemispheres. He passed away in 1998.