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D'un monde à l'autre--: journal d'un intellectuel jurassien au Québec, 1939-1949 1 editions

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French citizen, Professor of comparative literature at Laval University, Quebec, from 1933 to 1949, Auguste Viatte was instrumental, with Marthe Simard and Elisabeth de Miribel, in founding the 'Comité de la France-Libre' in Quebec, probably the first in North America.
His diary (1939-1949) helps to understand the difficulties to convince, from 1941, the French Canadian people to support General de Gaulle rather than Marechal Pétain.
Published in two volumes, the diary benefits from the exhaustive introduction and footnotes written by Claude Hauser, Professor of contemporary history in the university of Fribourg, Switzerland.

1 edition First published in 2001

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Cover of: D'un monde à l'autre--
D'un monde à l'autre--: journal d'un intellectuel jurassien au Québec, 1939-1949
2001, Presses de l'Université Laval, L'Harmattan, Editions Communication jurassienne et européenne
in French

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May 21, 2010 Edited by 85.4.21.187 As I am Auguste Viatte's elder son I am pleased to give some precisions on my father's diary.
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