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The Image of the Popular Front: The Masses and the Media in Interwar France

On the evening of 16 March 1937 Colonel de la Roque's extreme-right Parti Social Fran├žais held a meeting in a cinema in the Socialist and Communist-controlled industrial suburb of Clichy. Mindful of its legal responsibilities, the authorities allowed the meeting to go ahead and banned the proposed counter-demonstration organised by the Left, who chose toContinue reading “The Image of the Popular Front: The Masses and the Media in Interwar France”