On April 24 1932, a five-foot-tall Jewish man led a hike up a mountain, which in turn led to titanic clashes between Britain's political left and right, between working and upper classes, and even to a public inquiry involving pop-star Madonna.
Dozens of French Jews have been fighting a battle that few people were aware of - they've been trying to get their family names back.
Years ago, their parents changed their "foreign-sounding'' names so they would sound French because they dreaded anti-Semitism.
But their children and grandchildren see their old names as a trail of their family history. The problem is, French law doesn't allow someone to revert to a former name. And on the rare occasions requests are considered, officials insist that the whole family must agree.