L'Écho de Paris

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L'Écho de Paris was a daily newspaper in Paris from 1884 to 1944.

The paper's editorial stance was initially conservative and nationalistic, although it did later become close to the French Social Party. Its writers included Octave Mirbeau, Henri de Kérillis, Georges Clemenceau, Henry Bordeaux, François Mitterrand, Jérôme Tharaud, and Jean Tharaud. Its editors included Franc-Nohain.[citation needed] Abel Faivre provided illustrations for the publication.[1]

The paper merged with Le Jour in 1933, changing its name to Jour-Écho de Paris.




  • René de Livois, Histoire de la presse française, Éditions Spes, Lausanne ; Société française du livre, Paris, 1965.

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