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Harry Peulevé

Harry Peulevé

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Harry Peulevé, the son of a French father and an English mother, was born in Worthing, Sussex on 27th January, 1916. He was educated in England and after attending Rye Grammar School studied electrical engineering in London. After graduating he was employed as a BBC cameraman at Alexander Palace.

On the outbreak of the Second World War there were only 7,000 people in Britain with television sets and so Alexander Palace was closed down. Peulevé then joined the British Army and was commissioned and sent to the recently formed Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

Peulevé's excellent French resulted in him being recruited by the Special Operations Executive (SOE). While being trained to work as a special agent in France he met and befriended Violette Szabo.

On 30th July 1942, Peulevé and Claude de Baissac, were taken aboard a Halifax bomber and parachuted into France. Unfortunately they were dropped too low over Nimes and both men were badly injured. Peulevé had a broken leg and the French Resistance now had the problem of getting him back to England.

After Peulevé recovered Maurice Buckmaster arranged for him and Nicholas Bodington to be dropped in France on 15th August, 1943. Peulevé went to Correze where he worked with the Frances-Tireurs Partisans and sent regular messages back to the Special Operations Executive in London. The average active life of a radio operator in France was only six months and it was no surprise when Peulevé was arrested in August 1944.

While being interrogated by the Gestapo Peulevé was temporarily reunited with Violette Szabo. They were separated when Peulevé was sent to Buchenwald concentration camp. Of the 43 SOE agents sent to this camp, Peulevé was one of only seven who were still alive when it was liberated in April 1945.

After the war Peulevé worked the Shell Oil Company. This was followed by the post of overseas manager of Handy Angles. Harry Peulevé died of a heart-attack on 18th March 1963.

Prince Harry Was Scared Meghan Markle Would End Up Like Princess Diana

Prince Harry opened up about his mental health struggles and fears after his mother’s death.

Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey’s new mental health documentary series, The Me You Can’t See, was released on Apple TV+ today. The series features stories and discussion from a number of people on mental health and well-being, including the Duke of Sussex himself, who opened up about his own emotional and mental health struggles in a big way.

Prince Harry spoke about how Meghan Markle helped him realize he needed to start therapy after a fight early on in their relationship, the future Duchess of Sussex told him he should see someone, and the Duke of Sussex explained that he realized if he didn’t work on fixing himself in therapy, then he might lose the “woman I could see myself spending the rest of my life with.”

Meghan makes a cameo at the end of the series. YouTube/Apple TV+

Prince Harry also opened up about his late mother, Princess Diana, and how he was determined that history would not repeat itself with Meghan, and noted parallels between his relationship with Meghan and his mother’s relationship with Dodi Fayad.

The Duke of Sussex told Oprah that within just eight days of the press learning about his relationship with Meghan, there were various racist tabloid headlines, and his “biggest regret is not making more a stance early on in my relationship with my wife, and not calling out racism when I did. History was repeating itself. My mother was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone who wasn’t white, and now look what’s happened.”

Prince Harry said he was scared history was repeating itself. Courtesy of HBO/Jayne Fincher

He continued, “You want to talk about history repeating itself? They are not going to stop until she dies.”

During Prince Harry and Meghan’s previous interview with Oprah, the Duchess of Sussex bravely revealed her own mental health struggles when she was pregnant with Archie, and how she experienced suicidal thoughts. Prince Harry elaborated on the circumstances in the new docuseries, and said that when Meghan finally told him she had these suicidal thoughts, that “the thing that stopped her form seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me, after everything that happened to my mum, to then be put in the position of losing another woman in my life.”

Prince Harry said it was “incredibly triggering to potentially lose another woman in my life. It’s like the list is growing, and it all comes down to the same people, the same business model, the same industry.”

Prince Harry brought up the night that Meghan told him about her suicidal thoughts, shortly before they attended a charity event at Royal Albert Hall. Paul Grover - WPA Pool/Getty Images

The Duke of Sussex said that his family’s lack of support after telling them that he and Meghan needed help for these emotional and mental health struggles was part of what led them to leave their royal roles behind, as well as their son, Archie. Prince Harry said that after his son was born, “I’d far rather be solely focused on [him], rather than every time I look in his eyes, wondering if my wife is going to end up like my mother, and I’m going to have to look after him myself.”

Prince Harry said, “That was one of the biggest reasons to leave. Feeling trapped and feeling controlled by fear, by the media and the system itself, which never encouraged the talking about this kind of trauma.” He added, “I will never be bullied into silence.”

The Duke of Sussex has no regrets about his and Meghan’s decision to leave their royal roles behind and make the move to California the couple has now established a new life for themselves at their home in Montecito, where they live with Archie and are preparing for the arrival of their baby girl this summer. Prince Harry said he’s confident that his mother would be “incredibly proud” of him, and that “I’m living the life she wanted to live for herself, living the life she wanted us to be able to live. Not only do I know that she’s incredibly proud of me, but that she’s helped me get here. I’ve never helped her presence more than I have over the past year.”

Michael Connelly

Appearance in the following novels: The Brass Verdict (2008), The Reversal (2010), and The Law Of Innocence (2020), and a very brief part in The Fifth Witness (2011) and The Gods of Guilt (2013).

Mickey Haller Series:

Appearance in the following novels: Nine Dragons (2009), The Crossing (2015), The Wrong Side Of Goodbye (2016), Two Kinds Of Truth (2017), and The Night Fire (2019).

Renée Ballard Series:

Books in published order:
The Late Show (2017)
Dark Sacred Night (2018) (also featuring Harry Bosch)
The Night Fire (2019) (also featuring Harry Bosch)
The Dark Hours (November 9, 2021) (also featuring Harry Bosch)

Jack McEvoy Series:

Books in published order:
The Poet (1996)
The Scarecrow (2009)
Fair Warning (2020)
Small appearance in the following novels: A Darkness More Than Night (2001) and The Brass Verdict (2008).

Other Main Characters

Cassie Black Appearances:
Void Moon (2000)
Small appearance in the following novel: The Narrows (2004).

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Wonderful menu selection, delicious food, great location. Loved their text messaging notice when the table was ready. They were really accurate with their estimate on the wait tie. Loved it!

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Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille, established in 1987, serves the very best of southern, cajun and creole flavors in classic and modern dishes. Full bar is available at each location and offers beer, wine, liquor and Harry's own unique cocktail creations.


One of my all-time favorites in the Oldest City. The food and service are always outstanding and the courtyard setting can’t be matched. The New Orleans style menu offers lots of choices – fresh fish can be prepared with your choice of a variety of sauces from mild to spicy.

This place is awesome. The dishes are prepared just to your taste with spices or lack of. Plan ahead and get there early for quick seating. Dishes ranges from $8 to $18. Very large portions.

Always one of the best places for service and food! A favorite of mine especially the shrimp and grits.


Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille, established in 1987, serves the very best of southern, cajun and creole flavors in classic and modern dishes. Full bar is available at each location and offers beer, wine, liquor and Harry's own unique cocktail creations.

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