Da Mosca a Vichy: Paul Marion (1899-1954), una biografia intellettuale

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Abstract

This article aims to present the biography of the French politician and journalist Paul Marion (1899-1954), one of the numerous cases of transit from the left wing parties to fascism in the interwar years in France. Propaganda, both theoretically and organizationally, was at the center of his thinking and his political action. In the twenties he was responsible for the section of Agit-prop of the French communist party, in the thirties managed propaganda in the néos of Marcel Déat and in the Ppf of Jacques Doriot, finally, during the Vichy regime, was appointed secretary general of Information and Propaganda.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)113-138
Number of pages26
JournalStoria e Problemi Contemporanei
Issue number71
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • History of France
  • Paul Marion
  • Vichy Regime

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