1909 – Born on the 3rd of February in Paris, France.
1931 – After graduating from the École Normale Supérieure, she taught philosophy in several girls’ schools.
1934 – She took a job in an auto factory, where she observed the spiritually deadening effect of machines on her fellow workers.
1940 – Born Jewish, she converted to Roman Catholicism.
1942 – She assisted the anti Franco forces in the Spanish Civil War and aided the French Resistance from London.
1943 – Died on the 24th of August in Ashford, Kent, England.
1947 – Her posthumously published works, including Gravity and Grace.
1949 – The Need for Roots.
1950 – Waiting for God.
1951 – The Notebooks.