BREVIE

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The Jules Brevie Foundation, still dominated by men, hired white women to search for abandoned Eurasian children, and either negotiate with Vietnamese women or coerce them into placing their children in the Brevie orphanages.
The Jules Brevie Foundation obtained custody of two of the children, Therese and Felix, through the efforts of Madame Aumont.
(93) The FOEFI, the institutional descendant of the Jules Brevie Foundation, (94) was directed by William Baze, a former low-ranking Brevie Foundation administrator and minister under the colonial government.
(116) As mentioned earlier, Marc had posed a particular problem for the Jules Brevie Foundation.
The colonial government effectively prevented additional young Eurasians from joining this potentially anti-colonial movement by taking over the Eurasian protection system and establishing the Jules Brevie Foundation.
The policies and discourse of Carde and his successor Jules Brevie completed the transformation of France's mission civilisatrice inaugurated during the First World War by AOF governor general Joost Van Vollenhoven.
It was in that context that Brevie gave his speech calling for "a cultural renaissance" that would add legitimacy to the "traditional" political structures already in place.
Significantly, it was only after economic conditions had deteriorated and political and social instability loomed that Brevie had ordered the formation of "rural popular schools" in the federation.
(1.) Le Centre des Archives d'Outre-Mer (CAOM), Commission Guernut (CG)/52, speech by Brevie, December 1935.
(38.) CAOM, CG/52, speech by Brevie, December 1935.