La Tunisie et La France: Vingt-Cinq Ans de Lutte Pour Une Coopération Libre

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CHAPITRE PREMIER AVEC LA FRANCE COMBATTANTE ET LES ALLIÉS

Haut Fort Saint-Nicolas, 8, août 1942.


LETTRE AU DOCTEUR HABIB THAMER (1)

... « Notre soutien aux Alliés doit être inconditionnel. »...

Mon cher Thamer,
Mes chers camarades,
Mes chers compatriotes,

Je profite d'une occasion qui ne se renouvellera peutêtre jamais pour vous faire parvenir par voie clandestine les instructions que je considère comme mes dernières volontés, presque mon testament politique. C'est vous dire que j'y attache une importance capitale puisque j'ai assumé pour vous les faire parvenir des risques graves (j'en ai même fait assumer à des personnes qui me sont chères, que, jusqu'ici, je n'ai jamais voulu mêler à une opération de ce genre).

Dites-vous bien que si je ne devais jamais plus revoir la liberté, le peuple tunisien, qui connaîtra ces instructions, vous tiendra pour responsables (toi surtout, mon cher Thamer), au cas où vous n'arriveriez pas ou ne

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(1)
Chef du bureau politique clandestin du Néo-Destour après le 9 avril 1938. Cette lettre lui parviendra à la prison militaire où il a été éeroué en 1941. Il a été condamné à vingt ans de travaux foreés.

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