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Henri de Turenne (born in Tours on 19 November 1921) is a French journalist and screenwriter.[1] The son of Armand de Turenne, a World War I flying ace, he was raised in Germany and French Algeria, both countries becoming central creative themes in his adult work.[1] After the Second World War, de Turenne worked as a journalist for Agence France-Presse, Le Figaro, France Soir and ORTF, reporting from Allied-occupied Germany, covering the Korean War and the Algerian War, and, in 1952, winning the Prix Albert Londres.[1] Since the mid-1960s, he has worked primarily in television, notably on the French Grandes Batailles series for Pathé, making over a hundred documentaries.[1] He won an Emmy in 1982 for a documentary on the Vietnam War.[1] His fictional works include Les Alsaciens ou les deux Mathilde (1996), made for Arte, for which he shared a Sept d'or with Michel Deutsch.[1] Contents 1 Filmography 2 Bibliography 3 Notes and references 4 External links Filmography Les Grandes Batailles (series: 1967–1975) Les évasions célèbres (1972) Les Grandes Batailles du Passé (series: 1973–1977) Le Loup blanc (1977) Les Grands déserts (1981) Fort Saganne (1984) Sixième gauche (1990) (TV) Maigret et le fantôme" (1994) (TV) Les alsaciens - ou les deux Mathilde (series: 1996–1997) (TV) La ferme du crocodile (1996) (TV) L'Algérie des chimères (2001) (TV) Apocalypse - La 2e guerre mondiale (2009) (TV) Bibliography Turenne, Henri de; Ducher, François; Deutsch, Michel; (1996). Les Alsaciens, ou, Les deux Mathilde. Paris: Jean-Claude Lattès. ISBN 978-2709617130 Turenne, Henri de; Soulé, Robert; (2000). L'Algérie des chimères. Paris : Jean-Claude Lattès. ISBN 978-2709621380 Notes and references ^ a b c d e f (French) Radio France biography External links Henri de Turenne at the Internet Movie Database Persondata Name Turenne, Henri De Alternative names Short description Date of birth 19 November 1921 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This French biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e