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Pierre Brossolette, from Pacifism to Resistance

Abstract : From the early nineteen-twenties until his death in 1944, Pierre Brossolette thought ceaselessly about war. He passed by stages from an “idealism” of peace (Michael Howard, 2002) to a partisan support for war. Then he became a warrior himself. By the time of his heroic death for the liberation of France, he had become its eulogist. Dense and sometimes astonishing, his trajectory is an example of the way in which several French intellectuals who participated in the resistance lived and conceived the “warrior phenomenon” before and during les années noires.
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Guillaume Piketty. Pierre Brossolette, from Pacifism to Resistance. Histoire@Politique : revue du Centre d'histoire de Sciences Po, Centre d'histoire de Sciences Po, 2008, pp.1-8. ⟨10.3917/hp.006.0010⟩. ⟨hal-03476089⟩

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