Jules Destrée

Jules Destrée in ''Le Patriote Illustré'', 1936 Jules Destrée (; Marcinelle, 21 August 1863 – Brussels, 3 January 1936) was a Walloon lawyer, cultural critic and socialist politician. The trials subsequent to the strikes of 1886 determined his commitment within the Belgian Labour Party. He wrote a ''Letter to the King'' in 1912, which is seen as the founding declaration of the Walloon movement. He is famous for his quote "Il n'y a pas de Belges" (''There are no Belgians''), pointing to the lack of patriotic feelings in Flemings and Walloons, while pleading for some kind of federal state. Provided by Wikipedia
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Documentatiebestand Société Générale Coopérative By Bernier, Armand, Destrée, Jules
Date 1934
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Collectie Vrijzinnige Werkmansbibliotheek By Ernest, Victor, Destrée, Jules
Date 1931
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Toespraak gehouden tijdens de openingszitting van het academiejaar 1901-1902 in de Université Nouvelle de Bruxelles op 14 okt 1901. ; ...

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By Destrée, Jules
Date 1901
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Collectie Vrijzinnige Werkmansbibliotheek
Bibliotheek François Vercammen By Destrée, Jules
Date 1930
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Collectie Vrijzinnige Werkmansbibliotheek
Bibliotheek E. Anseele By Destrée, Jules
Date 1920
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