Dominique Frémy

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Dominique Frémy (5 May 1931, Paris – October 2, 2008, Paris) was the creator of the Quid encyclopedia. His spouse Michèle and son Fabrice participated in writing it as well.

Frémy attended the Cours Hattemer, a private school.[1] He was a diplomed student of the Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (English: Paris Institute of Political Studies) and of the Faculté des lettres de Paris.[2] He was employed by Shell in London, but quit his job to produce a new encyclopedia with his wife, Dominique.[2] It began in 1963, named Quid.


  1. ^ "Quelques Anciens Celebres". Hattemer. Archived from the original on 2015-06-18. Retrieved 2015-06-30. 
  2. ^ a b (in French) "Fabrice Frémy, quid en famille", Économie Matin, 2007-02-19

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