René Andrieu

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René Andrieu (Beauregard, 1920–1998) was a French Communist Resistance fighter, journalist and politician. He served in the Francs-Tireurs Partisans during the Second World War, and headed the Communist newspaper l'Humanité from 1958 to 1984. He was also part of the Central Committee of the French Communist Party.

Works[edit]

  • Les communistes et la révolution, Julliard, 1968
  • Du bonheur et rien d'autre, Robert Laffont, 1975
  • Choses dites, Editions Sociales, 1979
  • Stendhal ou le bal masqué, J. C. Lattès, 1983
  • Un rêve fou ? Un journaliste dans le siècle, L’Archipel, 1996