Front rouge

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Front rouge
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Type Bimonthly
Founded 1933
Political alignment French Communist Party[1]
Language French language
Ceased publication 1939
Relaunched 1941?
Headquarters Villejuif
Circulation 6,000 (1937)

Front rouge ('Red Front') was a communist bimonthly newspaper published from Villejuif, France, published 1933-1939.[2][3][4] Paul Vaillant-Couturier was the editor-in-chief of the newspaper.[1][2] In 1935 it had a circulation of 4,700, by 1937 the circulation had reached 6,000.[5]

Front rouge was published irregularly as an underground publication during the Second World War.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Schüle, Klaus. Paris: die kulturelle Konstruktion der französischen Metropole: Alltag, mentaler Raum und sozialkulturelles Feld in der Stadt und in der Vorstadt. Opladen: Leske + Budrich, 2003. p. 94
  2. ^ a b Nomenclature des journaux & revues en langue française du monde entier. Paris, Les bureaux de l'Argus, 1937. p. 419
  3. ^ Miotto, Luciana. André Lurçat: scuola a Villejuif. Torino: Testo & immagine, 1998. p. 61
  4. ^ Lewis Burgess, James. [unsworks.unsw.edu.au/fapi/datastream/unsworks:852/SOURCE02 The Origins of the Banlieue Rouge: Politics, Local Government and Communal Identity in Arcueil and Cachan, 1919-1958]
  5. ^ Walter, Gérard. Histoire du Parti communiste français. [Paris]: A. Somogy, 1948. p. 374
  6. ^ French National Library. Front rouge