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Louise Aslanian was born on 5 May, 1904 in Tabriz, Qajar Iran, is an activist. Discover Louise Aslanian's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 41 years old?
|Age||41 years old|
|Born||5 May 1904|
|Birthplace||Tabriz, Qajar Iran|
|Date of death||(1945-01-30) Ravensbrück concentration camp, Nazi Germany|
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Who Is Louise Aslanian's Husband?
Her husband is Arpiar Aslanian
Louise Aslanian Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Louise Aslanian worth at the age of 41 years old? Louise Aslanian’s income source is mostly from being a successful activist. She is from Iran. We have estimated Louise Aslanian's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||activist|
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On 27 January 1945, Louise was taken back to Ravensbrück, where she died 3 days later under unknown circumstances. On 15 February 1945, her husband, Arpiar, was killed at camp Dora-Mittelbau.
On 26 July 1944 both Aslanians were arrested in France by the Nazis. Arrest happened at the sight of their family and neighbors at their residence (8 rue d'Elix 10, Paris, France). The couple were put into the Fresnes Prison.
On 15 August 1944, they were taken from Toulouse to Buchenwald. Arpiar was then transferred to the camp Dora-Mittelbau, while Louise was taken to Ravensbrück, arriving there approximately on 1 September 1944. She was assigned the camp number 57440. As early as 4 September 1944, Louise was transferred to work at the factory camp HASAG in the vicinity of Leipzig, which was a satellite camp to Buchenwald. Here she was registered under the number of 4460. Las was held in this camp with Lise London. There is some archival information concerning Aslanian's presence at camp Stalag IV-E.
After the Nazis occupied France, the Aslanians joined the French Resistance in 1940. According to the memoirs of Henry Karajan (member of the "Group of Manouchian"), Louise was a recruiter for (Francs-Tireurs et Partisans) in a combat cell of the French Communist Party, formed in late 1941. The Aslanians also worked in an underground publishing house and actively engaged in supplying fighters of the French Resistance with weapons. Las opened the women's division of the French Resistance and was responsible for the Armenian Resistance in the Northern France. Aslanian had connections with Resistance activists: Missak Manouchian, Mélinée Manouchian, Arpen Tavitian, Ayk Dpirian, Shag Taturian and others. In the French Resistance, Aslanian was called "Madeleine". During the Resistance, the Aslanians taught math and chess to the young Charles Aznavour
In 1937, Las became the Chairman of the Committee of assistance to Armenia (HOC), as well as the Chairman of the Union of Armenian women of Paris. Aslanian was a member of the Union of Armenian writers France.
In 1936, Aslanian joined the French Communist Party and began to collaborate with the Armenian newspaper Manouchian "Zangou". She also worked in the newspaper "New life". In the same year she published her novel "Kaskatsneri Ughiner" ("The Way of doubt»), in two volumes (also published after Aslanian's death in 1959 in Yerevan).
In 1935 her collection of stories "Gtsits durs" ("Beyond the line") was published in two volumes.
In the mid-twenties she published several short stories in the French-Armenian press: "a Coin Collection", "an Iron Wine Seller", "the Swamp", etc. In 1928 she published the collection of short stories "Khan".
In 1923, the couple moved to Paris, taking with them Mania and Arshaluys (Louise's mother and sister, respectively). In Paris, Aslanian wanted to continue her musical education playing piano, but due to lack of money she had to give up her dream. Instead, she went to the faculty of literature at the Sorbonne. In Paris she took an active part in the work of the Armenian-French writers' society, worked in newspapers, acquired acquaintances in literary circles and took the pseudonym "LAS".
Louise Aslanian (pseudonym LAS; French: Louise Aslanian, Lass, Armenian: Լուիզա Ասլանյան; 5 May 1904 – 30 January 1945) was a French-Armenian communist and anti-fascist activist, writer, novelist, poet and a prominent figure in the French Resistance.
Louise Srapionovna Aslanian (Grigorian) was born on 5 May 1904 in Tabriz (Iran) to Armenian parents Srapion Grigorian and Maria (née Shahbazian). Louise graduated from a primary school in Tabriz and then continued her studies at a Tiflis Russian gymnasium. She demonstrated her literary gift in school by writing lyrical poems, making literature translations from Russian and French. Aslanian started playing piano from an early age. Upon her return to Tabriz, in 1923 she married the lawyer Arpiar Aslanian.