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[Music] when Alexandra Villa plan was made captain of France in 1930 he said it was the happiest day of his life he was a national hero the most popular player in the country and he led France to the first-ever World Cup in 1930 14 years later he was

executed shot by a firing squad having been condemned as a traitor and a war criminal the second world war in all its brutality had revealed the true character of a treacherous and deceitful man Philipp Lahm was born in Algiers in French Algeria the son of working-class immigrants he

grew up in a family without money struggling to get by and that clearly contributed to his desire for wealth later in life when he was 16 he moved to the south coast of France to live with his uncle Villa plan had almost no formal education but he did

excel at one thing football he joined local club FC seat where he quickly established himself as a unique talent the club’s manager Scotsman Victor Gibson was impressed enough to promote the teenager to the first-team it was clear early on that Villa plan wanted money above all else he

had not been long at seat when he was lured away two rivals NIEM who offered a more substantial salary his decision was vindicated though as he quickly became a star name at the club fans admired his relentless energy ins crunching tackles and powerful headers in 1926 Philipp Lahm

won his first France cap against Belgium his reputation was quickly rising and the fame it seemed had gone to his head by 1929 he joined Racing Club de pari whose president jean-bernard leaving had targeted him with the aim of putting together the best team in the country professionalism

in French football was still three years away but Villa plan was well rewarded for his performances on the pitch still in his early 20s he spent his time in bars cabarets and casinos or betting on horses he soon became well acquainted with the Parisian underworld an environment they

seemed to suit him increasingly his attention was away from the football pitch after captaining France at the 1930 World Cup he retired from the international game at the age of just 24 two years later he joined Antibes just as professionalism was legalized the club was soon accused of

match-fixing for which the manager was blamed given a lifetime ban it was suspected though that Villa plant and two other players had been at the heart of the plot there was a sign of what was to come Villa plan was a crook an opportunist and his descent into

criminality was inevitable and he released him after the match fixing scandal so he moved on to nice but his discipline had gone he repeatedly missed training and lacked the fitness to play nice to released him and only second division Bastille en de Bordeaux managed by former seat coach

Gibson were willing to sign him again he refused to Train and he was sacked it was an ignominious end to his footballing career when he lacked the work ethic and commitment to persevere with football but still sought the wealth that provided the best of both worlds for him

was crime in 1935 he served his first jail time for fixing horse races in Paris but far worse was to come in June 1940 the Nazis invaded France their Swift incursion of the country was brutal and merciless and left thousands living miserably for Villa plan though it was

an opportunity French criminals unscrupulous as many were did not hesitate to collaborate with the Germans in return they were treated well and rewarded financially the ringleader in Paris was Henri lafon an illiterate orphan who de stablished himself as an accomplished criminal following the outbreak of the war he

was tasked with recruiting others to do the Germans bidding to track down the resistance fighters and Jews ving a plan by now who turned smuggling gold eventually joined up with the fun they spent their days torturing and coercing dissidents in a dark cellar in Paris Villa plan showed

no remorse he was concerned by little other than his own well-being and his own financial game and he was soon rewarded for his deplorable work by 1943 French Resistance had grown stronger and more organized a concern Hitler ordered the extermination of all rebels and Lafont suggested that a

rank made up of France’s immigrant population should be formed the brigade nord african was created in february 1944 and villa plan was at the helm given the title of SS sub-lieutenant this new unit was to cover the Perigord region where they would round up dissidents and put an

end to the uprising in June 1940 for Villa plan and his men captured eleven resistance fighters in the small village of Musa Dagh the men and women aged between 16 and 26 were taken to a ditch and shot he gave the order and he pulled the trigger too

there are countless tales of his unimaginable cruelty in Filipe Aziz’s 1970 book – through Harrison’s leg where he is depicted as a sadist a man who seemed to enjoy inflicting such pain on his victims though he paid little attention to the progress of the war Villa plant soon

noticed that Germany might be defeated the successful French Resistance might leave him in a precarious position so he began to show mercy to those who’d been ordered to track down he’d let some escape but not because he felt pity for them he did so only to better his

own reputation and to avoid prosecution when the war ended but it didn’t work in August 1944 when Paris was finally liberated the leaders of the French Gestapo were put on trial they pillaged raped robbed killed and teamed up with the Germans for even worse outrages the most awful

executions said the prosecutor of Villa plan and his men they left fire and ruin in their wake a witness told us how he saw with his own eyes these mercenaries take jewels from the still twitching and blood-stained bodies of their victims Villa plan was in the midst of

all of this calm and smiling cheerful almost invigorated the sinister smile was only white from his face when he was shot on Boxing Day 1944 at fort de Montreux on the outskirts of Paris Frances former captain was left lifeless riddled with bullets and the World Cup of 1930

was long forgotten you

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