dr. Alain Bombard is a sacred number. It needs to be talked about, it needs to perform exploits, he needs to put himself at the service of men. But it also has a big mouth, which is often wrong. Thus, only 31 days after having been appointed State secretary to the minister of the Environment in the first government of Mauroy in 1981, he was fired for statements offending the hounds.
Young-house at Boulogne-sur-Mer in 1951, he sets out to prove that shipwrecked in the sea die, neither of hunger nor of thirst, but of despair...
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Updated Date: 21 May 2020, 19:35