|Intro||French Navy Officer, writer|
|Was||Navy officer Spy Journalist Writer Non-fiction writer Politician|
|Type||Journalism Literature Military Politics|
|Birth||9 November 1885, Saint-Malo, France|
|Death||18 April 1955, Paris, France (aged 69 years)|
Henri Rollin (November 9, 1885–April 1955) was a French essayist. In 1903, he joined the French Navy and served on battleship Diderot in World War I. He subsequently served on Paris II and was taken prisoner by Mustafa Ertuğrul Aker on December 13, 1917, after the sinking of the ship. In 1939, he published L'Apocalypse de notre temps and explored the world of intrigue that helped fabricate the forgery Protocols of the Elders of Zion.