Yachting Club de France.
The old pilot showed M the YCF pin he'd found near where Willy Marco had been thrown into the canal. Yachting Club de France.
Yale. There was a Yale lock on Germain Cageot's door, or hi might have been tempted to pay his flat a visit. [1934-MAI]
Yiddish. Reaching the Jewish quarter, centered on the Rue des Rosiers, Pietr walked past the shops with Yiddish inscriptions, kosher butchers and bakeries that displayed unleavened bread. [1929-30-LET]
Yolande van Houtte. see: Houtte, Yolande van
Yport. The director of La Morue Française said his chief engineer was at home in Yport, the second officer in Paris. Yport was a village at the foot of the cliffs, 6 km from Fécamp. A few fisherman's cottages, a few farms, some villas, a single hotel. [1931-REN]
M had telephoned the Le Havre Flying Squad the day before to inform Inspector Castaing of his coming. But he was at Yport for the funeral and couldn't meet his train, so he wanted to meet him at the Hôtel des Anglais for lunch. [1949-DAM]
M. Kridelka, one of the boarders at Mlle. Clément's. A Yugoslav, living in Paris a long time.
Yugoslavia. Marcel Potru said they'd do better to question the Yugo. That was Yarko, who came from Yugoslavia, who lived by himself in a wing of the next-door house. [1936-lar]
Yurovich, Fédor. One of the aliases of Pietr (the Lett). 28. Born at Vilna. laborer, and Anna Gorskin, 25, born at Odessa, were the names registered to room 32 at the Au Roi-de-Sicile, the Russian M had followed from the Berthe Swaan's Fécamp. Hotel manager said he'd been there about 3 years, Anna about 4 1/2. [1929-30-LET]
Yves Joris. see: Joris, Yves
Yves Lannec. see: Lannec, Yves
Yves Le Guérec. see: Le Guérec, Yves
Yves Le Pommeret.
see: Le Pommeret, Yves
Yvetot. [town, N France, Seine-Maritime dept. pop. 1962: 8,294. 20 mi. NW of Rouen.]
Yvon Demarle. see: Demarle, Yvon
Yvonne Beausoleil. see: Beausoleil, Yvonne
Yvonne Moncin. see: Moncin, Yvonne
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