Swarthmore College Peace Collection

André Trocmé and Magda Trocmé Papers, 1919-date

Collection: DG 107


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Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
André Trocmé (1901-1971) and Magda Trocmé (1901-1996)
Title
André Trocmé and Magda Trocmé Papers
Inclusive Dates
1919-date
Call Number
DG 107

Language of Materials
Materials in English and French
Extent
7.7 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
André and Magda Trocmé are perhaps best known for their work in the small French town of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon where, during World War II, they inspired the villagers to help protect and sometimes to assist in the escape of Jews and other poltiical refugees. In 1938, André Trocmé, and his pacifist colleague Édouard Theis, founded L'Ecole Nouvelle Cévenol in Le Chambon, a Protestant, co-educational secondary school, with a curriculum of tolerance, honesty, and nonviolence. By 1942 the Germans had occupied the entire country. However, the population of Le Chambon and the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon region continued to aid an increasing number of refugees. In 1943, André Trocmé, Édouard Theis, and the head of the public school, Roger Darcissac were interned in a camp by the Vichy police and later went into hiding. In the late 1940s André and Magda Trocmé traveled as European Secretaries for the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR).

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes, some items may not be photocopied in their entirety
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Magda Trocmé, Philip Hallie and Nelly Trocmé Hewett, 1979, 1982, 1992-present
Processing Information
Processed by Martha Shane, February 1992 (papers originally processed under a NEH Grant No. RC20111-81/1655); finding aid revised by Wendy Chmielewski, October 1992; papers reorganized and finding aid revised by Anne Yoder, August 2003; finding aid revised by Wendy Chmielewski, in 2005, with additions in 2008.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the André Trocmé and Magda Trocmé Papers (DG 107), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
See tripod record


Historical Background
André and Magda Trocmé are perhaps best known for their work in the small French town of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon where, during World War II, they inspired the villagers to help protect and sometimes to assist in the escape of Jews and other poltiical refugees. This quiet and courageous assistance was given without resorting to violence. Historians estimate that about 3,500 Jews were harbored in the area in and around Le Chambon.

André Trocmé (1901-1971) was born in St. Quentin in the north of France to Huguenot parents. After seminary in Paris and graduate work at Union Theological Seminary in New York, he was ordained into the French Reformed Church and served for eight years among the coal miners and steel workers of Maubeuge and Sin-le-Noble, two small towns in the north of France. He preached nonviolence at a time when such views were unpopular in France. In 1934 André Trocmé accepted a call to be pastor in the remote Huguenot village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon on the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon in South Central France. These parishioners were more sympathetic to his views on nonviolence.

Magda Trocmé (1901-1996) was born in Italy to an Italian father and a Russian mother. She graduated from the University of Florence with a degree in literature and earned further degrees in French. She and André Trocmé met in the United States while she was attending the New York School of Social Work, and they were married in 1926. The couple had four children, Nelly, Jean-Pierre, Jacques, and Daniel.

In 1938, André Trocmé, and his pacifist colleague Édouard Theis, founded L'Ecole Nouvelle Cévenol in Le Chambon, a Protestant, co-educational secondary school. In addition to the usual French secondary school curriculum, tolerance, honesty, and nonviolence were taught as well. L'Ecole Nouvelle Cévenole soon gained an international focus, and after World War II the name of the school was changed to Collège Cévenol. Magda Trocmé taught Italian at this school which is still in operation today.

During the first part of World War II Le Chambon was located in the "free"( unoccupied) zone of France. By 1942 the Germans had occupied the entire country. However, the population of the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon continued to aid an increasing number of refugees. In 1943, André Trocmé, Édouard Theis, and the head of the public school, Roger Darcissac were interned in a camp by the Vichy police. These men were arrested for their part in assisting the refugees of the area. Trocmé, Theis, and Darcissac were released from prison after one month, but Trocmé and Theis went into hiding for the next ten months.

In the late 1940s André and Magda Trocmé traveled as European Secretaries for the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR). After their move to Versailles (France) in 1950, the Trocmé's founded La Maison de la Réconciliation. The Maison de la Reconciliation became an international peace center and the headquarters of the French and Continental Secretariat of the IFOR. During travels in the United States, under IFOR auspices, André Trocmé delivered the Robert Treat Paine lectures which became the basis for his book The Politics of Repentance, published in 1953. During the strife between France and Algeria, André Trocmé helped start Eirene (International Service for Peace), located in Morocco, which provided alternative service for conscientious objectors. He was also active in the movement against atomic weapons, becoming president of the French Federation Against Atomic Armaments in 1959. In 1960, André Trocmé accepted a call to become one of the ministers of the Saint-Gervais Church in Geneva, Switzerland. Many of the sermons he preached at Saint-Gervais were broadcast. His book, Jésus-Christ et la Revolution Non Violente was published in French in 1961 and subsequently in other languages (Orbis Books edition, 2004). In 1965, André Trocmé accompanied a peace mission to Vietnam.

After World War II André Trocmé was awarded the Rosette de la Résistance by the French government. The story of the Trocmé's pacifist leadership inspired Philip P. Hallie, a professor at Wesleyan University, to write the book Lest Innocent Blood by Shed, published in 1979. Eleven years later Pierre Sauvage produced the documentary Weapons of the Spirit (1988), explaining how his family survived Word War II, through the efforts of the people of Le Chambon.

André Trocmé died in Geneva on June 5, 1971, just a few weeks after he had been scheduled to receive the Médaille des Justes from the government of Israel. As more and more people were recognized as "Righteous Gentiles," the Yad Vashem honored all the residents of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon and the surrounding area. In their memory an engraved stele and rock garden were installed in the park of Yad Vashem (Israel).

After the death of her husband Magda Trocmé moved to Paris with Alice Reynier ("Jispa"), a close family friend who had lived with the Trocmé family since 1942. Alice Reynier shared their family life and their work. Magda Trocmé received an honorary degree from Haverford College in 1981 in the name of the people of Le Chambon and the surrounding area She died in Paris in 1996. André, Magda, their sons Jean-Pierre and Daniel, and Jispa, are all buried as a family in the cemetery of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon.


Collection Overview
The original accession of papers given by Magda Trocmé was processed ca. 1982, with later accessions put into separate boxes. Nelly Trocmé Hewett has sent additional material to the Peace Collection, including family papers, reminiscences and other items from people who knew her parents or were affected in some way by the events in Le Chambon during World War II.  By 2003, the layout of the collection was difficult to understand and there was duplicate material throughout the various accessions. In 2003 the Trocmé papers were rearranged for easier access.  The unpublished writings of André Trocmé are partially organized. When all of the Trocmé family papers have been received, then the collection will be reprocessed. 

It should be noted that Nelly Trocmé Hewett's notes appear on some of the items she has donated to the Peace Collection, providing translations or explanations of the material.
A bibliography of André Trocmé's works, produced by Pastor Boismorand [acc. 03A-072] is available in the Peace Collection's office files. The office files for DG 107 also contain the list/s produced by Magda Trocmé of the items she sent to the Peace Collection.

More material re: information about the Trocmés may be found in the records of the American Friends of the College Cévenol, located at the Congregational Library of the American Congregational Association in Boston (Massachusetts), as well as in the Erich and Louise Mendolsohn papers at The Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, Los Angeles, California.

Items removed:
- Photographs of the Trocmé family and of Le Chambon, etc.[removed to Photograph Collection]
- 2 certificates and 2 hand-drawn maps [removed to Oversized Items Collection: Documents]
- Posters [removed to Poster Collection]
- Audiocassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, and compact discs [removed to Audiovisual Collection; search database at http://filemaker.swarthmore.edu/fmi/xsl/SCPC_AV_main.xsl, with the term 'Trocme' in the Location field]
- Oil painting of André Trocmé by Howard Hoffman (2004; acc. 04A-078)
[removed to Oversized Items Collection: Graphics]
Books

Arrangement of Collection
This collection is arranged into several series. Series A contains biographical information about André and Magda Trocmé, and their nephew Daniel Trocmé and other family members. This series also contains historical information about the family and the village of Le Chambon, including material donated by Phillip Hallie, collected for his book, Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed. Series B, titled Public Life and Ministry, includes correspondence, speeches, and writings by both André and Magda Trocmé. Series C contains miscellaneous and reference material. Later accessions are listed at the end of Series C.




Detailed Description of the Collection

SERIES A: Biographical and Historical Information
Box 1
André Trocmé: Biographical Information
[André Trocmé wrote down his memories, sporadically, at least fifteen to twenty years after the events recounted actually had occured. André's original writings had no dates nor chapter headings. André Trocmé kept no journal, and wrote down memories as he later remembered them. These documents were gathered by family members, especially Magda Trocmé, after André's death, typed up and dated at that later date. The Trocmé family originally named this collection of remembrances as “Mémoire: Souvenirs autobiographiques”  [Autobiography/Memoirs-unpublished; bound]. In 2009 this title was corrected to "Memories" to reflect more accurately the creation and content of these documents]

"Mémoires-notes autobiographiques"  [autobiographical notes and memories-unpublished; bound] restriction: this item may not be photocopied in its entirety
"Mémoires-notes autobiographiques"  [autobiographical notes and memories] (1992 version) restriction: this item may not be photocopied in its entirety
"Mémoires-notes autobiographiques"  [autobiographical notes and memories] (including re: Le Chambon)
Personal items: passport, 1932; certificates; c.v.; etc.
Personal items: sketch drawn [by André] of St. Paul d'Eyjeaux internment camp, ca. 1940-1945
Obituaries; testimonials, 1971

Box 2
Magda Trocmé: Biographical Information
"Souvenirs autobiographiques" [autobiographical remembrances], 1980- [unpublished; with accompanying "souvenirs" added] restriction: this item may not be photocopied in its entirety
Personal items
Honorary doctoral degree received from Haverford College (Haverford, Pennsylvania), 1981
Obituaries/Testimonials, 1996
André and Magda Trocmé: Biographical Information
Posthumous awards received
Tribute service, December 8, 1996
Daniel Trocmé: Biographical Information
Biographical information
Biographical Information and Historical Information
[this material includes information about the Trocmé family as well as about Le Chambon and other places where they lived and worked; items are arranged according to the date they were written and/or published and not necessarily about the time period on which the items focus]
Material, 1920s
Material, 1930s
Material, 1940s
Material, 1940s: diary of Hans-Ruedi Weber, 1943-1944 [photocopy only]
Material, 1950s
Material, 1960s

Box 3
Biographical Information and Historical Information (continued)

Material, 1970s
Material, 1980s
Material, 1990s
Material, 1990s: paper "Le Chambon-sur-Lignon: A Continuum Towards Altruism" by Laura Joseph, 1990
Material, 1990s: mss. "Bundle of the Living" by Lesley Maber, ca. 1990s
Material, 2000-
Material, undated
Scrapbook #1 of "Souvenirs" (papers) re: André's life put together by Magda [some of this material may duplicate what is in the rest of this collection]
Scrapbook #2 of "Souvenirs"L (papers) re: André's life put together by Magda [some of this material may duplicate what is in the rest of this collection]
Film Weapons of the Spirit, 1989-1990: reviews
Novel The Innocents Within by Robert Daley, 1990: reviews

Box 4
Biographical Information and Historical Information (continued)

Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed: the Story of the Village of Le Chambon, and How Goodness Happened There by Philip Hallie, 1979: reviews, etc.
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: original typescript (with copy editor's corrections)
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: final proof of book
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: correspondence, 1977-1980

Box 5
Biographical Information and Historical Information (continued)
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: research notes from André Trocmé's autobiography
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: research copies of André Trocmé correspondence (1939-1940)
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: research copies of correspondence re: churches (1934-1945)
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: research copies of André Trocmé's writings
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: research copies of André Trocmé's writings on resistance; and Le Chambon and resistance
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: research copies re: André Trocmé's work against atomic arms (1950s)
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: "Digne Diary," January 1976
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: thoughts on leaving Le Chambon, January 20, 1976; miscellaneous
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: preface to book, written in Le Chambon, January 1976
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: notes re:André Trocmé's basic philosophy
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: miscellaneous notes
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: notes re:André and Magda Trocmé's apartment in Geneva (Switzerland); analytical index to Digne le Chambon tapes
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: information re: audiocassettes of interviews etc.
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: notes re: Digne tapes, 1976
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: "2nd running account of tapes"
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: transcription of interviews(?) with  (re:?) Unsworth-Sangree, September 1974 [audiocassettes 1-2]
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: transcription of interview with A. Burns Chalmers, Center Sandwich (NH), July 9, 1976 [audiocassettes 7-8]
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: transcription of interview with Daniel Isaac, Meudon (France), August 1976 [audiocassettes 10-11]
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: transcription of interviews with people in Le Chambon (France) [2nd trip], October1977 [audiocassettes 12-16]
Book Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Hallie: transcription of interview with Edourd Theis, Norton (MA) and Roger Darcissac, Le Chambon (France) [audiocassettes 17-20]

SERIES B: Public Life and Ministry
Box 1
Correspondence
[may include some personal letters]
André Trocmé: 1920s-1940s
André Trocmé: 1943-1944 [while in hiding)
André Trocmé: 1950s
André Trocmé: 1960-1971
André Trocmé: undated
Magda Trocmé: 1949-1991
Work and Involvements
André Trocmé: 1940s
André Trocmé: 1950s
André Trocmé: 1960-1971
André Trocmé: with Association protestante d'aide technique St. Gervaise-Phillipeville
André Trocmé: with Groupe des Isoles / Militaire, 1922-1923 [acc. 96A-042]
André and Magda Trocmé: with Eirene
André and Magda Trocmé: with Evangelical Reformed Church (?) and The Presbytery Council (?),1934-1937 [not sure of translation]

Box 2
Work and Involvements (continued)
André and Magda Trocmé: with Fédération Française Contre l'Armament Atomique, 1958-1959
André and Magda Trocmé: with IFOR [includes reports and "Messages," etc.]
André and Magda Trocmé: relationship of French IFOR and the Chiesa Waldese (Waldesian Church in Italy) [acc. 03A-032]
André and Magda Trocmé: with College Cévenol [co-founded by André]
Speaking Engagements / Trips
André and Magda Trocmé: schedules; publicity, etc., 1920s-1940s
André and Magda Trocmé: schedules; publicity, etc., 1950-1955
André and Magda Trocmé: schedules; publicity, etc., 1956-1959; ca. 1950s
André and Magda Trocmé: schedules; publicity, etc., 1960s-1990s, n.d.
André Trocmé: travel reports, 1953-1958

Box 3
Speaking Engagements / Trips (continued)
André Trocmé: trip to Japan, 1958 travel reports; draft articles; material re: conference attended; etc.
Magda Trocmé: travel reports, 1947-1958
Magda Trocmé: trip to India, 1949-1950 travel reports; circulars; transcript of radio broadcast; etc. [3 folders]
Reports / Speeches, etc.
André Trocmé: "Message"/form letters; printed articles; reports
André Trocmé: reports (continued) [2 folders]
André Trocmé: transcripts of speeches/addresses/lectures; transcript of interview, ca. 1958

Box 4
Writings
André Trocmé: published books
- copy of book Des anges et des ânes, 1965
- book Des anges et des ânes, 1965: reviews
- copy of book Jésus-Christ et la revolution non violenté, 1961 (and copy of Brazilian version Jesus Cristo e a revolução não-violenta, 1973)
- copy of book Gesu et la revoluzione, 1969
- book Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution: publicity and reviews
- book The Politics of Repentance: reviews
André Trocmé: published articles and pamphlets, 1930s-1940s
André Trocmé: published articles and pamphlets, 1950-1956
André Trocmé: published articles and pamphlets, 1957-1959; ca. 1950s
André Trocmé: published articles and pamphlets, 1960-1964

Box 5
Writings (continued)
André Trocmé: published articles and pamphlets, 1965-1969; ca. 1960s
André Trocmé: published articles and pamphlets, 1970-1972; n.d.
André Trocmé: unpublished rough drafts/notes/mss. [some of these were later published]
- 1920s
- papers written as a student, ca. 1924-1926
- thesis "Alex André Vinet: A Champion of Individual Socialism..." (forMasters of Theology degree at Union Theological Seminary, NY), 1926
- thesis "Une Expérience de Christianisme Social..." (for Bachelor's(?) degree in theology at the Free School of Protestant Theology, Paris), 1927
- 1930s
- 1940-1947

Box 6
Writings (continued)
André Trocmé: unpublished rough drafts/notes/mss. [some of these were later published]
- 1948-1949
- 1950-1953
- 1951- : "Politique et Repentance" [in notebooks]
- 1954-1956
- 1957-1958
- 1959
- 1960-1964

Box 7
Writings (continued)
André Trocmé: unpublished rough drafts/notes/mss. [some of these were later published] (continued)
- 1963 ca.: "Le Térmorgnage de l'Eglise dans un Monde de Violence"
- 1965-1971
- undated
- undated: arranged by title A-H
- undated: arranged by title "Conte de Noël"[Christmas tale not included in collection Des anges et des ânes]
- undated: arranged by title H-M
- undated: arranged by title resumé of book Jesus Christ et le revolution non-violente; translation of text on cover of Italian edition of book
- undated: arranged by title mss. chapters of book Jesus Christ et le revolution non-violente [2 folders]

Box 8
Writings (continued)
André Trocmé: unpublished rough drafts/notes/mss. [some of these were later published] (continued)
- undated: arranged by title mss. chapters of book Jesus Christ et le revolution non-violente (continued) [2 folders]
- undated: arranged by title N-Q
- undated: arranged by title mss. "Oser Croire" [re: WWII?]
- undated: arranged by title R-S
- undated: arranged by title T-Y
- undated: arranged by subject Algiers / North Africa
- undated: arranged by subject Catholicism and Protestantism
- undated: arranged by subject Christian faith and revolution

Box 9
Writings (continued)
André Trocmé: unpublished rough drafts/notes/mss. [some of these were later published] (continued)
- undated: arranged by subject Christianity, communism and socialism
- undated: arranged by subject Christianity in the contemporary world
- undated: arranged by subject Le College Cévenol
- undated: arranged by subject conscientious objection
- undated: arranged by subject disarmament
- undated: arranged by subject Europe [including France and Germany]
- undated: arranged by subject Father, Son and Holy Spirit (the Trinity)
- undated: arranged by subject nonviolence
- undated: arranged by subject the Parish
- undated: arranged by subject religious education
- undated: arranged by subject United States
Magda Trocmé: published articles
Magda Trocmé: unpublished material

Box 10
Sermons
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1919
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1926-1927
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1928-1929
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1930-1931, 1933
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1940s
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1950s
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, 1960s
André: sermon notes and transcripts, 1970-1971
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, undated [2 folders; some of this may more properly belong in undated/unpublished writings in boxes 7-9 of Series B]
André Trocmé: sermon notes and transcripts, undated (post-1945)
André Trocmé: transcripts of radio-transmitted sermons from St. Gervais (Geneva, Switzerland),1961-1970

SERIES C: Miscellaneous Material and Reference Material
Box 1
André Trocmé: notebook kept(?) while at École de Dimanche des Jeudi, 1941-1942
André Trocmé: notebook kept during Biblical studies, ca. 1941-1945
André and Magda: miscellaneous notes; miscellaneous items [not sure where to file in 2003 reorganization of papers]
Nelly Trocmé Hewett: miscellaneous
André and Magda Trocmé: reference/subject material miscellaneous
André and Magda Trocmé: reference/subject material re: Mahatma Gandhi

LATER ACCESSIONS
Acc. 04A-028 and Acc. 04A-080
Box 1

Origins of Trocmé family
André Trocmé: journals I. (May 1926 – May 1943), II (May/June 1943) & III (May/June 1943)
André Trocmé writings
Biographical information: articles about the Trocmés
Accounts of the Trocmés during WWII
Accounts of the Trocmés after WWII
André Trocmé: letters to Magda, 1955 (September) [photocopies]
Daniel Trocmé (d. 1944): articles about; letters from/about Daniel
Articles about other Chambonnais: André Bettex, Edouard Theis
Accounts of Kommandant Schmäling (WWII)
Le Chambon, 1979-2004
Exhibit “The Plateau Vivarais-Lignon, 1939-1944” by Annik Flaud [includes responses to it]
Joel Welty: letters to wife Susan while in Chambon, 1946 (September 7 - October 12)
Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed: reviews; articles about Philip Hallie
“Weapons of the Spirit” documentary: letters about
Memorial ceremonies re: the Chambonnais and those they saved (2004, 2007); Liberation Reunion (2004)
Patrick Henry: writings
Miscellaneous letters, etc.
Gerard Bollon (author of Le Chambon du Prieure aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siecles): interview [transcript]
Notes by SCPC student worker, Richard Wetzel, 1982

Acc. 08A-078
Box 1
Pages du Plateua Vivarais-Lignon Pendant La Guerre, 39-45
Figures de Resistances: Textes Choiseis et Presentes by Pierre Boismorand: reviews
Le Chambon / Trocmé family: articles about, with letters by Nelly Trocmé Hewett
Scrapbook (created by Roger Darcissac) of original photographs of the St. Paul d'Eyjeaux internment camp [where André Trocmé and Edouard Theis were interned], February 14, 1943 to March 15-16, 1943, including a sheet of notes by Nelly Trocmé Hewett [removed to Oversized Items Collection: Scrapbooks]

Acc. 09A-062
Photocopies of correspondence between André Trocmé and various members of the Rockefeller family, 1925-1946. [Original documents at the Rockefeller Archive Center, Sleepy Hollow, New York]

OTHER
Re-File Box [found after above material had been sorted etc.]
Booklet "Message Posthume du Pasteur André Trocmé a ses Amis du Chambon-sur-Lignon, du Plateau et d'Ailleurs" by Jacques P. Trocmé, 2003 (May) [acc. 03A-054]
Correspondence [photocopies only] of Magda Trocmé with Aldo Capitini (Italian pacifist), mostly regarding FOR meetings in Italy, 1940s-1960s
Miscellaneous documents [photocopies only; originals deposited in the World Council of Churches archives in Switzerland]
Notes on photocopies made by Nellie Trocmé Hewett [acc. 05A-077]


 



This file was last updated on December 22, 2009