By Aimée Israel-Pelletier, Department of Modern Languages, University of Texas at Arlington
Victor Teboul was born in Alexandria, Egypt on May 9, 1945. He was expelled from Egypt and arrived in France with his family on December 25, 1956*. The family had seven days to leave Egypt. The reason they were given for the expulsion was their possession of a French passport. In France, the family lived under the auspices of the French government at the convent of Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier in the Isère from January 1957 to May 1957. They resided in the convent alongside approximately one hundred Jewish families who had also been expelled from Egypt. In July 1963, the family immigrated to Montreal. Teboul received his Doctorat from the Université de Montréal, his Masters from McGill University, and his Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University.
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