Friday 7 April 2023

Eugène Schueller

Jewish Nazis?

How a Jewish boy came to head 'Nazi' L'Oréal

Eugène Schueller
Eugène Paul Louis Schueller
born 1881

Paris, France
Died 1957

Known for founding L'Oréal
Children Liliane Bettencourt

Eugène Paul Louis Schueller (20 March 1881 – 23 August 1957) was a French pharmacist and entrepreneur who was the founder of L'Oréal, the world's leading company in cosmetics and beauty.

Support for fascism

During the early twentieth century, Schueller provided financial support and held meetings for La Cagoule at L'Oréal headquarters. 

La Cagoule was a violent French fascist-leaning, antisemitic and anti-communist group whose leader formed a political party Mouvement Social Révolutionnaire (MSR, Social Revolutionary Movement) which in Occupied France supported the Vichy collaboration with the conquerors from Nazi Germany.[1]

L'Oréal hired several members of the group as executives after World War II, such as Jacques Corrèze, who served as CEO of the US operation. This involvement was extensively researched by Michael Bar-Zohar in his book, Bitter Scent.[2]


Schueller's daughter, Liliane Bettencourt, was the widow of André Bettencourt with whom she had one daughter, Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, chairwoman of L'Oréal's board of directors and according to Bloomberg Billionaires Index the richest woman in the world, with a net worth of USD 94.9 Billion as of January 2022. 

Françoise Meyers is married to Jean-Pierre Meyers, whose rabbi grandfather was murdered in Auschwitz, a Nazi concentration camp.[3]


At 8 April 2023 at 20:09 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Nazis were themselves Jewish. Mystery solved.


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