Xavier Maniguet

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Xavier Maniguet (17 October 1946 - 22 March 2009) was a member of the team of French intelligence service (DGSE).

Along with Roland Verge, Gerald Andries and Jean-Michel Barcelo, Maniguet bombed the Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand's Auckland Harbour on 10 July 1985.

A specialist in aviation medicine, hyperbaric medicine and sports medicine, he died on 23 March 2009 at the controls of a light plane on the glacier near St. Sorlin St. Sorlin d'Arves, after taking off from the airfield in Meribel.[1][2]

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  • L'Aventure pour l'aventure, Carrère-Lafon, 1986
  • Survivre, comment vaincre en milieu hostile, Albin Michel, 1988
  • Naufragés. Comment survivre en mer, Filipacchi, 1989
  • Le Guide de l'homme d'action, Albin Michel, 1990
  • Les Dents de la mort, Robert Laffont, J'ai Lu, 1991
  • Les Énergies du stress, Robert Laffont, 1994
  • La Montagne et vous, guide pratique, Albin Michel, 2000
  • Mieux être. Vivre longtemps en pleine forme, sans gélules et sans stress, 2005
  • French Bomber. Enfin la vérité sur le Rainbow Warrior, 2007
  • Bien vivre avec son stress. Les bienfaits de la méthode Emostress, De Vecchi, 2009

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