André Fontaine

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André Fontaine
André Fontaine (1969).jpg
André Fontaine (1969)
Born(1921-03-30)March 30, 1921
DiedMarch 17, 2013(2013-03-17) (aged 91)
OccupationHistorian and journalist

André Fontaine (Paris, France; 30 March 1921 – ibidem, 17 March 2013) was a French historian and journalist. He started working at Temps Présent, and then was director at Le Monde in 1947,[1] at the official beginning of the Cold War. He became the newspaper's editor from 1969 to 1985, and director from 1985 to 1991. As of February 2007 he was still contributing articles to the paper. André Fontaine is famous for his historical thesis according to which the Cold War in fact started as soon as 1917 with the cordon sanitaire policy.

Fontaine died in Paris on 17 March 2013, aged 91.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • L'Alliance atlantique à l'heure du dégel, Calmann-Lévy, 1960
  • Histoire de la Guerre froide in two volumes (De la révolution d'octobre à la guerre de Corée and De la guerre de Corée à la crise des alliances), 1965 et 1966, Fayard
  • La Guerre civile froide, 1969, Fayard
  • Le Dernier Quart du siècle, 1976, Fayard
  • La France au bois dormant, 1978, Fayard
  • Histoire de la détente (Un seul lit pour deux rêves), 1981, Fayard
  • Sortir de l'hexagonie, Stock 1984
  • L'un sans l'autre, 1991, Fayard
  • Après eux le déluge, de Kaboul à Sarajevo, 1995, La Martinière
  • La Tache rouge, le roman de la Guerre froide, 2004, La Martinière ; re-edited with augmented chronology, Le Seuil, « Points »-histoire, 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reyero, Francisco (April 11, 2017). Eastwood: Desde que mi nombre me defiende. Grupo Planeta. p. 9. ISBN 9788415673576.
  2. ^ Reuters (March 17, 2013). "Mort d'André Fontaine, ancien directeur du "Monde"". Le Monde (in French). Retrieved March 17, 2013.