Breton Communist Party
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Breton Communist Party (in French: Parti communiste Breton) was a separatist and communist (Maoist-Guevarist) political party in Brittany, France. The group was founded in 1971 by former members of the Unvaniezh Demokratel Breizh, and had the historian and critic of Breton collaboration with the German occupation, Kristian Hamon, as a notable member. It ceased to exist in 1980.
- Tudi Kernalegenn. Drapeaux rouges et gwenn-ha-du. L'extrême-gauche et la Bretagne dans les années 1970, Éditions Apogée (Rennes), 2005.
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