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Post Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:57 am
Posted by Templar64 on Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:57 am
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Hello all

First of all a big thank you to the administrators to welcome me in this forum. I have great news for you English friends.

indeed my book published in English and French will be released on September 29 and will be available and on sale in Perpignan for the match Giants vs Dragons. Do not hesitate to communicate around you this information and the attached visuals. A French rugby league painter will be with me at Gilbert Brutus stadium also.


Then The books in French and English language will be available on French rugby league federation site which is my partner around 30th September . Everyone can order the book on site with same price : 20€ You will add approximately 8€ for shipping costs.

Book size 24x16 cover paper mat with selective nail polish 350grsm2 192 pages inside quadrichrom painting more than 115 photos and documents and famous chapter 2 with all documents , manuscripts and all details of the ban where I explain how after 15 years of research I was able to find the removal documents of French league on 17kms of archivals. New chapter with freemasonry and league Art and League Russia and League ...

Best regards

Frank Perrin




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Re: New amazing French rugby league book
Post Wed Sep 12, 2018 8:34 am
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Joff wrote:
Great stuff. Something different for a change here.



Many thanks Joff !
Re: New amazing French rugby league book
Post Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:47 pm
Posted by JEAN CAPDOUZE on Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:47 pm
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Good move Frank. Having the book in English as well as French was a smart decision for all the English-only readers.

We need more books on French rugby league, and you are cornering the market.
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Post Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:32 pm
Posted by reffy on Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:32 pm
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Aye, you will relieved there is an English version, you will be able to read it now.
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Post Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:02 am
Posted by Templar64 on Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:02 am
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Many thanks to all and yesterday we had a new interesting Freemason post about the book :

https://www.hiram.be/blog/2018/09/13/le ... aconnerie/

I will try to publish extracts for you in English
Re: New amazing French rugby league book
Post Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:26 am
Posted by Cassandra on Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:26 am
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Good move Frank. Having the book in English as well as French was a smart decision for all the English-only readers.

We need more books on French rugby league, and you are cornering the market.



I have a copy of "the forbidden game rugby league" ,very interesting reading.
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Post Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:42 am
Posted by Templar64 on Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:42 am
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As i promised you here is an extract of chapter Rugby League and Freemason....

FREEMASONRY AND RUGBY LEAGUE
It is very likely that there were links between rugby league and freemasonry, particularly during the early stages of the sport from 1934-1939. The man who gave the final approval for the Ligue Française de Rugby à XIII on 12 January 1938 was Camille Chautemps, Prime Minister under President Lebrun. Two days later, on 14 January, his government resigned. Camille Chautemps was initiated into freemasonry at Les Démophiles on 8 December 1906 (Grand Orient de France) in Tours. According to Father Tourmentin, he was apparently conferred a high degree and called ‘Sovereign Prince of the Royal Secret, 32nd degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite’ by his rivals from the extreme right. One of the most famous rugby league stadiums in France is in Perpignan. Built in 1962, it was renovated in 2006 and expanded in 2011. It was named after Gilbert Brutus, a well-known figure in the rugby league world. But who was he? Brutus held political office at Perpignan City Hall, first as a radical, then as a radical socialist, between 1919 and 1935, and was a major Catalan figure in rugby league. After playing for USAP (Catalan rugby club in Perpignan), he later became a dynamic manager of the club and was particularly involved in efforts to bring the ASP and SOP clubs closer together. He also trained as a referee and officiated at the finals of 1922 and 1923.

..............I EXPECT YOU TO PERPIGNAN ON 29TH AT GILBERT BRUTUS STADIUM FOR THE CONTINUATION AND PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK WE WILL ALSO TAKE BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS MEMORIES AND THE RUGBY LEAGUE PAINTER WILL BE WITH ME TO SHOW AND SELL REPRODUCTIONS
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Post Fri Sep 14, 2018 10:03 am
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Cassandra wrote:
I have a copy of "the forbidden game rugby league" ,very interesting reading.


THANKS A LOT BUT MIKE SEND ME THE BOOK WITH SIGNATURE REALLY VERY GOOD BOOK AND VERY INTERESTING.

MIKE WILL KNOW AS YOU WHO SIGNED THE DEFINITIVE BAN OF FRENCH LEAGUE BUT HE DID NOT GO FAR FROM THE TRUTH ....IN THE BOOK EVERYTHING WILL BE UNVEILED FROM THE BEGINNING ON 3TH SEPTEMBER 1940 TO THE END 6TH SEPTEMBER 1940.. IT MEANS VERY QUICKLY AND IN OCTOBER DURING THE FAMOUS MEETING IN TOULOUSE IT WAS FINISHED SINCE MORE THAN 5 WEEKS BUT NOBODY KNOWS IT EVEN MISTER PAUL VOIVENEL...
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Post Fri Sep 21, 2018 8:17 am
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Templar64 wrote:
THANKS A LOT BUT MIKE SEND ME THE BOOK WITH SIGNATURE REALLY VERY GOOD BOOK AND VERY INTERESTING.

MIKE WILL KNOW AS YOU WHO SIGNED THE DEFINITIVE BAN OF FRENCH LEAGUE BUT HE DID NOT GO FAR FROM THE TRUTH ....IN THE BOOK EVERYTHING WILL BE UNVEILED FROM THE BEGINNING ON 3TH SEPTEMBER 1940 TO THE END 6TH SEPTEMBER 1940.. IT MEANS VERY QUICKLY AND IN OCTOBER DURING THE FAMOUS MEETING IN TOULOUSE IT WAS FINISHED SINCE MORE THAN 5 WEEKS BUT NOBODY KNOWS IT EVEN MISTER PAUL VOIVENEL...





Thank you for that.
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Post Sat Sep 22, 2018 10:42 am
Posted by Templar64 on Sat Sep 22, 2018 10:42 am
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For you fans more extracts of my book.

Know that I will be at Gilbert Brutus stadium next Saturday 29th from 4pm near Dragons Shop with books and my friend Marc rugby league painter. Now already to meet you !

CHAPTER II
Banning of Rugby League by the Vichy Government (1940)

Context of those times…

After the Ligue was launched in 1934, rugby union leaders tried everything to block rugby league, particularly by banning the game from stadiums and grounds. The following is an extract from L’Echo des Sports from 9 January 1934: “… the smell of rugby league players lingers at a ground forever”.

In January 1938, ministers Leo Lagrange and Jean Zay no longer tolerated activities organised by the FFRXV to ostracise rugby league institutionally. They played their part in obtaining official recognition for rugby league, and on 12 January 1938 the Ligue was given ministerial approval number 16739. Rugby league at the time was generating more honour for France than any other sport with its brilliant international results. It became the first team sport in which the French had beaten the English on their own soil with a score of 12-9 against St Helens on 25 February 1939, helped by stars Jean Dauger from Bayonne and the unforgettable Max Rousié from Marmande.

In a book published (1) in 1938, Honorary President of the FFR (XV) Fernand Forgues unreservedly made the following declaration on page 32: “Rugby league is a mushroom, a monstrous external growth that has formed on a sick body: the Federation. But the statement in the introduction by the book’s author, Herman Grégoire, hit a new low: “The game of rugby is witnessing the growth of the monstrous cyst of professionalism [rugby league] (…) on its weakened body. The sores must be burned with hot irons (…)

Common sense tells us we must use fire and lancets to treat the growths (…) French sport must reject all foreign bodies.”



In the second edition of the Ligue’s official journal, Rugby Treize, published on 2 July 1938, President Laborde confirmed that the players did not have ‘professional’ status because they were required to have jobs outside rugby, ensuring that payments from clubs only covered time spent training. An undeniably authentic document (2) provides the proof: an image of Villeneuve-sur-Lot players, each one with employment outside rugby league. The commissioner for sport, and the honorary president of the FFR, Paul Voivenel, must have been aware of this. So must rugby union clubs and their managers, particularly the Arlequins of Perpignan, have been.

When the Germans invaded on 10 May 1940, rugby league would continue for only a few more months. On 22 August 1940, Jean Ybarnegaray, founding President of the French Federation of Basque Pelota and Secretary of State for Youth and the Family declared (3): “The fate of Rugby League is clear. Its life is over and it will quite simply be deleted from French sport...”. A few days later, when a journalist asked Commissioner for Sport Jean Borotra if the Ligue de Rugby à XIII would be dissolved he said: (4) That is not what I said. If it is proven that rugby league has a distinct character and essential differences that distinguish it from rugby union, and is clearly of value, then the question may be looked at.”

CHAPTER V

Rugby League in the Basque Country (1937-1958)

Bayonne…


Rugby league began in 1934 with the Côte Basque XIII team under the joint leadership of Doctor Déjeant and Mr Miremont. The head office of the club was located at 4 rue Lormand, before it was transferred to the Grande Brasserie de Bayonne in 1944.
From the first season of the championship in 1934, well-known names in rugby union appeared, including Francis Daguerre, Goyetche, Rapp, Saint Celbe, Ladoumègue, Darrigade, Rollet, De Malaret, Castex, Bonnet, Cussac and Bergèze. With no ground in Bayonne, Côte Basque XIII established itself in the neighbouring town of Anglet at ‘Stade des XIII’, which opened on 20 January 1935. Between 1935 and 1937, the team was captained by Welsh player Tom Parker.
1936 was a great year for Côte Basque with victory in the final of the Coupe de France Lord Derby against the great Villeneuve-sur-Lot and its international players, including Galia, Rousié, Porra and Bruneteau. The reception given to the winners on 23 April 1936 took place amid the splendour of Bayonne City Hall. In the same year, a new junior team emerged called ‘Le Crampon Basque’ (The Basque boots). On Ascension Day, 1936, Côte Basque XIII played Widnes, from England. The game ended in a 14-14 draw. Labourdique, Etchart (two) and Lacour scored tries for Côte Basque XIII, and there was a conversion from Rousié. Millington, Roberts, Kaks and Evans scored tries for Widnes, with a conversion from Jacks.
Côte Basque XIII was invited to the north of England in October 1936 and lost all four matches it played there. The team played three matches in one week. The first was against Bradford on 14 October, which it lost 23-12, the second against Hull on 17 October, another loss at 33-1, and the third against Wigan on 21 October, which it lost 21-15. A fourth match was played against a Lancashire side who defeated Côte Basque XIII 32-5.
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