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June 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jacques Correze, who on Wednesday quit as head of French cosmetics giant L'Oreal's U.S. marketing arm amid a recurring scandal over his collaboration with Nazis, died of cancer only hours later, a company spokeswoman said Thursday. Correze, 79, entered a Paris hospital Wednesday morning and died from cancer of the pancreas during the night, said the spokeswoman for Cosmair Inc. "He was very sick and had been suffering a great deal.
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June 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jacques Correze, who on Wednesday quit as head of French cosmetics giant L'Oreal's U.S. marketing arm amid a recurring scandal over his collaboration with Nazis, died of cancer only hours later, a company spokeswoman said Thursday. Correze, 79, entered a Paris hospital Wednesday morning and died from cancer of the pancreas during the night, said the spokeswoman for Cosmair Inc. "He was very sick and had been suffering a great deal.
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June 20, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nazi Hunter Asks U.S. to Ban L'Oreal Executive: Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld says he has asked U.S. officials to bar Jacques Correze, the head of French cosmetics giant l'Oreal's U.S. subsidiary from the United States for helping the Gestapo during World War II. In Washington, a Justice Department spokeswoman said it had received the request and would investigate the allegations. Correze has denied taking part in any operations against French Jews.
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June 27, 1991 | From Reuters
The chairman of Cosmair, the U.S. subsidiary of French cosmetics giant L'Oreal, said Wednesday that he had resigned after charges of Nazi collaboration in World War II. Jacques Correze, accused by Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld of helping the Gestapo evict Jews from their houses and shops in Paris in 1941, said in a statement that he felt obliged to offer his resignation to the board because the controversy risked damaging Cosmair Inc.
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June 27, 1991 | From Reuters
The chairman of Cosmair, the U.S. subsidiary of French cosmetics giant L'Oreal, said Wednesday that he had resigned after charges of Nazi collaboration in World War II. Jacques Correze, accused by Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld of helping the Gestapo evict Jews from their houses and shops in Paris in 1941, said in a statement that he felt obliged to offer his resignation to the board because the controversy risked damaging Cosmair Inc.
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June 20, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nazi Hunter Asks U.S. to Ban L'Oreal Executive: Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld says he has asked U.S. officials to bar Jacques Correze, the head of French cosmetics giant l'Oreal's U.S. subsidiary from the United States for helping the Gestapo during World War II. In Washington, a Justice Department spokeswoman said it had received the request and would investigate the allegations. Correze has denied taking part in any operations against French Jews.
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