Belgian literary award
The Prix Victor-Rossel is a literary award in Belgium that was first awarded in 1938. The award was created by three people associated with the newspaper Le Soir: the owner Marie-Thérèse Rossel, the manager Lucien Fuss and the editor-in-chief, Charles Breisdorff.The name commemorates Victor Rossel, the son of Emile Rossel, the paper's founder. The prize was not awarded from 1940 to 1945 during the German occupation of Belgium.
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