Liberté Cherie – a Masonic Melodrama by Richard Simmons and Dafydd Bullock

Liberté chérie was one of the very few Masonic lodges founded within a Nazi concentration camp during the Second World War. On November 15, 1943, seven Belgian Freemasons and resistance fighters founded the Masonic Lodge Loge Liberté chérie (French: Cherished Liberty Lodge) inside Hut 6 of Emslandlager VII (Esterwegen). The name of the lodge was derived from La Marseillaise. The original seven Freemasons of Loge Liberté chérie were: … Read more

WAS ANDERSON RIGHT? WHO WAS HE?

A Review of James Anderson’s Report on the First Six Years of Organised Freemasonry by RW OSSIAN LANG, Grand Historian, 1932