Maurice Pujo

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Maurice Pujo (26 January 1872, Lorrez-le-Bocage-Préaux, Seine-et-Marne – 6 September 1955) was a French journalist and co-founder, with Henri Vaugeois in 1898, of the Comité d'Action Française, which subsequently became the nationalist and monarchist Action Française movement.[1] Pujo founded the youth orientated Camelots du Roi, which sold the newspapers of Action Française. His son, Pierre Pujo led Action Française until his death on 10 November 2007.

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