Liliane Klein-Lieber is confirmed dead at the age of 96.
Liliane was best known as a French resistance member (Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs israélites de France).
Liliane Klein-Lieber
Born(1924-06-02)2 June 1924
Died8 July 2020(2020-07-08) (aged 96)
Occupationresistance member
Liliane Klein-Lieber (2 June 1924 - 8 July 2020) was a French resistance member.
She became in 1931 a member of the Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs israélites de France (EIF), a movement which would become her second family.
During the Second World War, she was a social assistant  in the Grenoble region and was a member of the French resistance. She found hideouts and provided false papers. Her name she used during this period was Lyne Leclerc. She received the "Lion de Bronze" (translated: Bronze Lion) in 2006 for her commitment to the service of this movement.
Klein-Lieber died on 8 July 2020, aged 96.
Legion of Honour
Cross of the resistance volunteer combatant
Medal of the City of Paris
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