Max Olivier-Lacamp

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Max Olivier-Lacamp (March 2, 1914 Le Havre – June 17, 1983 Meudon) is a French journalist and writer, winner of the Prix Renaudot in 1969, and Albert Londres Prize in 1958.


Max Olivier, also known as Max-Olivier Lacamp, was a reporter for Le Figaro and reported on the Partition of India, in 1947. His book, Between the two Asias, is devoted to the difference between Asian Indian and Far East.


He lived in Korea, and married a Korean. He is the father of the writer Ysabelle Lacamp.



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