Roger Lallemand

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Person.png Roger Lallemand  Rdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born1932-01-17
Quevaucamps, Belgium
Alma materFree University of Brussels, French
PartySocialist Party

Employment.png President of the Senate

In office
10 March 1988 - 16 May 1988

Roger Lallemand was Head of The Belgian Parliamentary Inquiry into Operation Gladio. On the film Operation Gladio, he noted that "The minister let this amazing detail be known, that he didn't know that a stay-behind existed in the Belgian army and State Security. Gladio has always been protected... After the war, the head of the Intelligence Service, Menzies. Menzies contacted the Belgian Foreign minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Spaak. They agreed on the principle of creating a Belgian stay-behind in peace time, aiming to avoid, naturally, the obstacles associated with stay-behinds during the war.[1]


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