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12 March 2014

Anne-Daphné Henry (1950-2000) army captain.

Jean Michel Henry served as a captain in the Swiss Army.

Jean transitioned to Anne in 1992 and in 1994 won a landmark court case in which the Federal Court ordered her insurance company to reimburse the costs of the surgical operation. She was Switzerland's best known transsexual campaigner.

She died of cancer aged 50.

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