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Privacy Policy

When you use Google services, you trust us with your information. This Privacy Policy is meant to help you understand what data we collect, why we collect it, and what we do with it. This is important; we hope you will take time to read it carefully. And remember, you can find controls to manage your information and protect your privacy and security at My Account.

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There are many different ways you can use our services – to search for and share information, to communicate with other people or to create new content. When you share information with us, for example by creating a Google Account, we can make those services even better – to show you more relevant search results and ads, to help you connect with people or to make sharing with others quicker and easier. As you use our services, we want you to be clear how we’re using information and the ways in which you can protect your privacy.
Our Privacy Policy explains:
  • What information we collect and why we collect it.
  • How we use that information.
  • The choices we offer, including how to access and update information.
We’ve tried to keep it as simple as possible, but if you’re not familiar with terms like cookies, IP addresses, pixel tags and browsers, then read about these key terms first. Your privacy matters to Google so whether you are new to Google or a long-time user, please do take the time to get to know our practices – and if you have any questions contact us.

Information we collect

We collect information to provide better services to all of our users – from figuring out basic stuff like which language you speak, to more complex things like which ads you’ll find most useful, the people who matter most to you online, or which YouTube videos you might like.
We collect information in the following ways:
  • Information you give us. For example, many of our services require you to sign up for a Google Account. When you do, we’ll ask for personal information, like your name, email address, telephone number or credit card to store with your account. If you want to take full advantage of the sharing features we offer, we might also ask you to create a publicly visible Google Profile, which may include your name and photo.
  • Information we get from your use of our services. We collect information about the services that you use and how you use them, like when you watch a video on YouTube, visit a website that uses our advertising services, or view and interact with our ads and content. This information includes:
    • Device informationWe collect device-specific information (such as your hardware model, operating system version, unique device identifiers, and mobile network information including phone number). Google may associate your device identifiers or phone number with your Google Account.
    • Log informationWhen you use our services or view content provided by Google, we automatically collect and store certain information in server logs. This includes:
      • details of how you used our service, such as your search queries.
      • telephony log information like your phone number, calling-party number, forwarding numbers, time and date of calls, duration of calls, SMS routing information and types of calls.
      • Internet protocol address.
      • device event information such as crashes, system activity, hardware settings, browser type, browser language, the date and time of your request and referral URL.
      • cookies that may uniquely identify your browser or your Google Account.
    • Location informationWhen you use Google services, we may collect and process information about your actual location. We use various technologies to determine location, including IP address, GPS, and other sensors that may, for example, provide Google with information on nearby devices, Wi-Fi access points and cell towers.
    • Unique application numbersCertain services include a unique application number. This number and information about your installation (for example, the operating system type and application version number) may be sent to Google when you install or uninstall that service or when that service periodically contacts our servers, such as for automatic updates.
    • Local storageWe may collect and store information (including personal information) locally on your device using mechanisms such as browser web storage (including HTML 5) and application data caches.
    • Cookies and similar technologiesWe and our partners use various technologies to collect and store information when you visit a Google service, and this may include using cookies or similar technologies to identify your browser or device. We also use these technologies to collect and store information when you interact with services we offer to our partners, such as advertising services or Google features that may appear on other sites. Our Google Analytics product helps businesses and site owners analyze the traffic to their websites and apps. When used in conjunction with our advertising services, such as those using the DoubleClick cookie, Google Analytics information is linked, by the Google Analytics customer or by Google, using Google technology, with information about visits to multiple sites.
Information we collect when you are signed in to Google, in addition to information we obtain about you from partners, may be associated with your Google Account. When information is associated with your Google Account, we treat it as personal information. For more information about how you can access, manage or delete information that is associated with your Google Account, visit the Transparency and choice section of this policy.

How we use information we collect

We use the information we collect from all of our services to provide, maintain, protect and improve them, to develop new ones, and to protect Google and our users. We also use this information to offer you tailored content – like giving you more relevant search results and ads.
We may use the name you provide for your Google Profile across all of the services we offer that require a Google Account. In addition, we may replace past names associated with your Google Account so that you are represented consistently across all our services. If other users already have your email, or other information that identifies you, we may show them your publicly visible Google Profile information, such as your name and photo.
If you have a Google Account, we may display your Profile name, Profile photo, and actions you take on Google or on third-party applications connected to your Google Account (such as +1’s, reviews you write and comments you post) in our services, including displaying in ads and other commercial contexts. We will respect the choices you make to limit sharing or visibility settings in your Google Account.
When you contact Google, we keep a record of your communication to help solve any issues you might be facing. We may use your email address to inform you about our services, such as letting you know about upcoming changes or improvements.
We use information collected from cookies and other technologies, like pixel tags, to improve your user experience and the overall quality of our services. One of the products we use to do this on our own services is Google Analytics. For example, by saving your language preferences, we’ll be able to have our services appear in the language you prefer. When showing you tailored ads, we will not associate an identifier from cookies or similar technologies with sensitive categories, such as those based on race, religion, sexual orientation or health.
Our automated systems analyze your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customized search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection.
We may combine personal information from one service with information, including personal information, from other Google services – for example to make it easier to share things with people you know. Depending on your account settings, your activity on other sites and apps may be associated with your personal information in order to improve Google’s services and the ads delivered by Google.
We will ask for your consent before using information for a purpose other than those that are set out in this Privacy Policy.
Google processes personal information on our servers in many countries around the world. We may process your personal information on a server located outside the country where you live.

Transparency and choice

People have different privacy concerns. Our goal is to be clear about what information we collect, so that you can make meaningful choices about how it is used. For example, you can:
  • Review and update your Google activity controls to decide what types of data, such as videos you’ve watched on YouTube or past searches, you would like saved with your account when you use Google services. You can also visit these controls to manage whether certain activity is stored in a cookie or similar technology on your device when you use our services while signed-out of your account.
  • Review and control certain types of information tied to your Google Account by using Google Dashboard.
  • View and edit your preferences about the Google ads shown to you on Google and across the web, such as which categories might interest you, using Ads Settings. You can also visit that page to opt out of certain Google advertising services.
  • Adjust how the Profile associated with your Google Account appears to others.
  • Control who you share information with through your Google Account.
  • Take information associated with your Google Account out of many of our services.
  • Choose whether your Profile name and Profile photo appear in shared endorsements that appear in ads.
You may also set your browser to block all cookies, including cookies associated with our services, or to indicate when a cookie is being set by us. However, it’s important to remember that many of our services may not function properly if your cookies are disabled. For example, we may not remember your language preferences.

Information you share

Many of our services let you share information with others. Remember that when you share information publicly, it may be indexable by search engines, including Google. Our services provide you with different options on sharing and removing your content.

Accessing and updating your personal information

Whenever you use our services, we aim to provide you with access to your personal information. If that information is wrong, we strive to give you ways to update it quickly or to delete it – unless we have to keep that information for legitimate business or legal purposes. When updating your personal information, we may ask you to verify your identity before we can act on your request.
We may reject requests that are unreasonably repetitive, require disproportionate technical effort (for example, developing a new system or fundamentally changing an existing practice), risk the privacy of others, or would be extremely impractical (for instance, requests concerning information residing on backup systems).
Where we can provide information access and correction, we will do so for free, except where it would require a disproportionate effort. We aim to maintain our services in a manner that protects information from accidental or malicious destruction. Because of this, after you delete information from our services, we may not immediately delete residual copies from our active servers and may not remove information from our backup systems.

Information we share

We do not share personal information with companies, organizations and individuals outside of Google unless one of the following circumstances applies:
  • With your consentWe will share personal information with companies, organizations or individuals outside of Google when we have your consent to do so. We require opt-in consent for the sharing of any sensitive personal information.
  • With domain administratorsIf your Google Account is managed for you by a domain administrator (for example, for Google Apps users) then your domain administrator and resellers who provide user support to your organization will have access to your Google Account information (including your email and other data). Your domain administrator may be able to:
    • view statistics regarding your account, like statistics regarding applications you install.
    • change your account password.
    • suspend or terminate your account access.
    • access or retain information stored as part of your account.
    • receive your account information in order to satisfy applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request.
    • restrict your ability to delete or edit information or privacy settings.
    Please refer to your domain administrator’s privacy policy for more information.
  • For external processingWe provide personal information to our affiliates or other trusted businesses or persons to process it for us, based on our instructions and in compliance with our Privacy Policy and any other appropriate confidentiality and security measures.
  • For legal reasonsWe will share personal information with companies, organizations or individuals outside of Google if we have a good-faith belief that access, use, preservation or disclosure of the information is reasonably necessary to:
    • meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request.
    • enforce applicable Terms of Service, including investigation of potential violations.
    • detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues.
    • protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of Google, our users or the public as required or permitted by law.
We may share non-personally identifiable information publicly and with our partners – like publishers, advertisers or connected sites. For example, we may share information publicly to show trends about the general use of our services.
If Google is involved in a merger, acquisition or asset sale, we will continue to ensure the confidentiality of any personal information and give affected users notice before personal information is transferred or becomes subject to a different privacy policy.

Information security

We work hard to protect Google and our users from unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction of information we hold. In particular:
  • We encrypt many of our services using SSL.
  • We offer you two step verification when you access your Google Account, and a Safe Browsing feature in Google Chrome.
  • We review our information collection, storage and processing practices, including physical security measures, to guard against unauthorized access to systems.
  • We restrict access to personal information to Google employees, contractors and agents who need to know that information in order to process it for us, and who are subject to strict contractual confidentiality obligations and may be disciplined or terminated if they fail to meet these obligations.

When this Privacy Policy applies

Our Privacy Policy applies to all of the services offered by Google Inc. and its affiliates, including YouTube, services Google provides on Android devices, and services offered on other sites (such as our advertising services), but excludes services that have separate privacy policies that do not incorporate this Privacy Policy.
Our Privacy Policy does not apply to services offered by other companies or individuals, including products or sites that may be displayed to you in search results, sites that may include Google services, or other sites linked from our services. Our Privacy Policy does not cover the information practices of other companies and organizations who advertise our services, and who may use cookies, pixel tags and other technologies to serve and offer relevant ads.

Compliance and cooperation with regulatory authorities

We regularly review our compliance with our Privacy Policy. We also adhere to several self regulatory frameworks, including the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework. When we receive formal written complaints, we will contact the person who made the complaint to follow up. We work with the appropriate regulatory authorities, including local data protection authorities, to resolve any complaints regarding the transfer of personal data that we cannot resolve with our users directly.


Our Privacy Policy may change from time to time. We will not reduce your rights under this Privacy Policy without your explicit consent. We will post any privacy policy changes on this page and, if the changes are significant, we will provide a more prominent notice (including, for certain services, email notification of privacy policy changes). We will also keep prior versions of this Privacy Policy in an archive for your review.

Specific product practices

The following notices explain specific privacy practices with respect to certain Google products and services that you may use:
For more information about some of our most popular services, you can visit the Google Product Privacy Guide.
Further useful privacy and security related materials can be found through Google’s policies and principles pages, including:

We keep your personal information private and safe — and put you in control.

lundi 21 janvier 2013

L'ancien Simon Legouge d'avant guerre

Eléments sur la résistance en brienonnais (après récit Ginette)

Simon Legouge, a été arrêté le 22 septembre 1943 à la sucrerie de Brienon, le même jour que Maurice Mulot de Chailley et les 3 frères Horteur du Mont-Saint-Sulpice.

Conduit à Auxerre, puis au « Cherche-Midi », il est classé prisonnier NN ; il sera transféré au camp de concentration de Natzweiler (Natzwiller) en Alsace (au Struthof), le 9 mars 1944 ; déporté enfin à Dachau, il sera libéré le 29 avril 1945 et rentrera en France le 16 mai. Des souffrances et tortures subies, il en sera peu parlé !

Le documentaire du cinéaste Alain Resnais en 1956 informait des conditions de
détention des prisonniers NN; d’autres films ont suivi beaucoup plus tard. Dans l’Yonne Robert Bailly a été le premier à avoir écrit sur la résistance dans l’Yonne ; ensuite le travail de recherche de l’ARORY regroupera une quantité importante de souvenirs et de photos ; Joël Drogland a recueilli les souvenirs de Ginette Legouge après la mort de son père.

Sur le site « Fondation pour la mémoire de la déportation » un tableau retrace le parcours des 44 personnes parties de Paris le 9 mars 44. Les noms de plusieurs personnes nées dans l’Yonne s’y trouvent. Le tableau indique :
    •    le numéro de matricule à Natzweiler/Nom Prénom/sexe/date de naissance/lieu/ parcours après le KL de Natzweiler/situation/date de libération ou mort et lieu/observations
soit pour Simon Legouge
7857 / LEGOUGE Simon/ M / 23.02.1904 / Villiers-sur-Tholon (89)F Brg, Br,GR(Kaz), Da / R / 29.04.1945 / Dachau / NN

Robert Horteur et Maurice Mulot suivent le même parcours que Simon Legouge : Briegen (Brg), Breslau (Br), Gross-Rosen (GR) (Kommando Kazen sauf pour Mulot), Dachau ; ils seront libérés le même jour.
Sur les 44 hommes recensés, 24 sont morts.
D’autres Kommandos sont listés sur les documents que Ginette Legouge conserve précieusement : d’après ces papiers, son père a travaillé aussi dans ceux de Koren et Langenbieleau en Hte Silésie.

Sur ce même site, le parcours d’Emile Blondeau, parti de Compiègne le 28 juillet 1944 pour Neuengamme est noté au kommando BV, mais l’élu brienonnais ne sera pas retrouvé parmi les survivants à la libération du camp.

40681 / BLONDEAU Emile /M / 10/01/1884 / Vallery (89)F / BV /D /??

BV étant un Kommando de Neuengamme: Hambourg-Blohm & Voss, regroupant 400 personnes travaillant au déblaiement et chantiers navals.
De ce convoi de 1651 hommes, seulement 545 sont rentrés de déportation.

Les déportés résistants et politiques portaient ce triangle marqué de leur nationalité, sur la gauche de leur veste rayée; au-dessous était cousu leur numéro de matricule. Certains déportés NN ont porté ces 2 lettres au dos, peintes en blanc.

 «44 prisonniers français de Fresnes et du Cherche-Midi sont classés « NN » et déportés au KL Natzweiler le jeudi 9 mars 1944. Emmenés dans un wagon cellulaire accroché au train Paris-Berlin, ils arrivent le jour même à la gare de Strasbourg, où ils doivent attendre qu’un autre train les emmène jusqu’à la gare de Rothau, dernière étape avant l’incarcération au KL Natzweiler, qu’ils rejoignent en camion ou à pied. » à lire sur le site de « La fondation pour la mémoire de la déportation »

« Le camp de Natzweiler Struthof fut le seul camp de concentration situé en France. 

Les Nazis de 1941 à 1944 en firent un véritable enfer. Une baraque de l'ancien camp abrite un musée consacré au KL-Natzweiler. Le site comprend également un mémorial "aux martyrs et héros de la déportation" et une nécropole nationale, ainsi que le Centre européen du résistant déporté qui rend hommage à ceux qui, partout en Europe, ont lutté contre l'oppression. »
Récit à lire sur le site « Massif des Vosges – ancien camp du Struthof ».

Recherches rassemblées par Danièle Mouton

Souvenirs de Ginette Legouge

Vers 10 heures, le 22 septembre 1943, des soldats allemands arrivent à la ferme. Dans la voiture je vois un homme- on me dira plus tard qu’il s’agissait de Mulot de Chailley - ; ils me demandent s’il n’y a pas une voiture à vendre. Je leur dis en la montrant sous une grange, qu’ici on a cette vieille auto. Je ne savais pas qu’elle servait de cachette à des explosifs, que des gars sont venus prendre plus tard ; je ne savais pas que mon père s’occupait de çà. Les allemands sont repartis sans la regarder ! (La chienne pourtant gentille à beaucoup aboyer et les aurait mordus. Ils cherchaient mon père ; je les ai envoyé au Mont-Saint-Sulpice et je me suis dépêchée d’aller le prévenir. Il travaillait à la sucrerie.
je suis passée en vélo par le canal. Les Allemands y arrivaient en même temps que moi du côté de la gare. Je me suis arrêtée ; mon père m’a crié de faire demi-tour, de m’en aller. Le chien m’avait suivi comme il suivra la voiture ; les Allemands le tueront.

Au retour, Sassier qui travaillait au bord du canal, a réparé ma roue et m’a dit de me cacher sous un tas d’herbe. Ils sont revenus 3 fois sur la route et puis ils ne sont plus repassés.
Mon père a été conduit à la prison d’Auxerre. Ma mère a essayé de le voir ; un gardien faisait passer des petits bouts de papier. On a su qu’il était parti pour le « Cherche Midi ».
Mon père faisait de la résistance avec les Mouturat de Bouilly ; c’est eux qui m’ont dit pour les explosifs et qui sont venus les reprendre. Dans leur entreprise ils cachaient des gars du STO qui venaient du Mont, de Migennes aussi ;il y en avait pas mal à la sucrerie.

Ravitaillement à Bouilly

Avec Fernand Lamidé, maçon avec lui, ils avaient pris des « tickets ».
Avec Rolland et Thomas de Migennes, « traver ??
Papa a ramené des parachutes ; j’en ai fait des corsages en soie !

Il allait livrer des armes à Aillant jusqu’à L’Isle-sur-Serein avec son camion. Un jour à Joigny il l’a fait garder par un gendarme (ou militaire ?) « pour qu’on ne lui vole pas son ciment » !
Ils les ont « roulé » en obtenant le nom d’une dame qu’ils ont fait partir avant son arrestation.
Il faut savoir aussi que 2 soldats logeaient chez nous, Robert et Simon ; ils travaillaient à la gare de Pontigny ; ils nous ont rapporté du ravitaillement ; ensuite il y a eu 2 petits jeunes qui écoutaient Londres ; ils avaient hâte que vienne le débarquement !

Dans ceux du 13 mai, je sais que quelques uns aidaient la résistance –mais pas tous-Je sais pour Livernaux, qui un jour transportait des armes dans un panier ; une mitraillette dépassait ! et Valadier, le cafetier, Bourguignon, pour Gibault, je ne sais pas.
Il a fait partie d’un autre groupe à L’Isle sur Serein. .J’ai envoyé Joël Drogland chez Emile Garnier à L’Isle.

Et moi ? Oh, je suis allée porter des papiers cachés dans le guidon du vélo, en forêt de Pontigny, à des gars de passage.

A son retour, papa pesait 35 à 40 kg ; il ne pouvait manger que du lait.
Il avait été battu à Auxerre. Il est rentré avec un testicule en moins. Au camp, il remontait le moral aux autres. André Verchuren qu’il avait connu là-bas, est venu à Migennes. Il est venu aussi pour un bal des déportés ; c’est là que j’ai laissé le préfet dehors, je ne le connaissais pas !
Mon père avait aussi un copain italien et un alsacien ;ils se sont revus.
Il est retourné voir le site du Struthof.
En 1945 il a acheté l’ancienne scierie de Desobèle qui avait brûlé, au 25 route de Joigny, eta monté son entreprise.

Pour son camion emporté à Auxerre il a touché peut être 200 F, de quoi en acheter un autre.
On lui a confié des chantiers publics LTT, lignes téléphoniques à grande distance.
Il a construit en 1954 le silo de Brienon, beaucoup de châteaux d’eau (Germigny, Verlin…) et les HLM, des égouts, l’adduction d’eau de Vaudupuits
Il a eu jusqu’à 90 ouvriers. Je faisais la comptabilité parce qu’il n’était pas allé à l’école longtemps : il était orphelin de père et avait 5 frères ; il a     fallu gagné sa vie de bonne heure.
Mon père est mort en à la maison de retraite de Brienon.

Terminer sur une phrase nommant DVD de Drogland

J’ai raconté tout cela et montré tous les papiers de mon père à Joël pour ses recherches. Ginette Legouge