La Liberté (French newspaper)
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- 1866-1870 : Émile de Girardin ;
- 1870-1876 : Léonce Détroyat ;
- 1876-1889 : Louis Gal ;
- 1893-1898 : Jules Franck ;
- 1898-1911 : Georges Berthoulat ;
- 1922-1933 : Camille Aymard ;
- 1934-1936 : Désiré Ferry ;
- 1937-1940 : Jacques Doriot.
- David Wingeate Pike France Divided: The French and the Civil War in Spain 2011 - 184519490X- Page 288 "But its press run was mediocre.46* More impressive was Jacques Doriot, who had broken with the Communists in 1934 47* and founded, on 26 June 1936, the Parti Populaire Francais (PPF), recruiting followers from both extremes... and on 24 May, with the help of a former minister, Désiré Ferry, he took over the evening journal La Liberté, up to then in the hands of Andre Tardieu, the founder of the republican centre, a close friend of Clemenceau, and a former prime minister."
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