Philippe Barrès

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Philippe Barrès (8 July 1896, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine – 14 April 1975) was a French journalist and the son of Maurice Barrès.

He fought in World War I. He was a member of the short-lived Fascist party the Faisceau in the late 1920s. During World War II, he lived in the United States and wrote for French language journals. He represented the Rally of the French People (RPF) in the National Assembly from 1951 to 1955. His son Claude Barrès joined the Free French Forces.[citation needed]

Books[edit]

  • La guerre à vingt ansPlon, 1924
  • Ainsi que l'Albatros Novel – Plon, 1931
  • La Victoire au dernier tournant – Plon, 1931
  • Sous la vague hitlérienne – Plon, 1934
  • They speak for a nation Lettres from Frenchmen published in América – Doubleday Doran, New-York, 1941
  • Charles de Gaulle. – Plon, 1941
  • Sauvons nos prisonniers – Didier, New-York, 1942

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