Jacques Duclos

Meeting of the clandestine French Communist Party (PCF) central committee at Longjumeau, 1943. Duclos is second from right. Jacques Duclos (2 October 189625 April 1975) was a French Communist politician who played a key role in French politics from 1926, when he entered the French National Assembly after defeating Paul Reynaud, until 1969, when he won a substantial portion of the vote in the presidential elections. Provided by Wikipedia
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Themanummer Histoire magazine nr. 14 maart/april 1981 By Kapel, Jean, Duclos, Jacques
Date 1981
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Heruitgave n.a.v. de 100ste verjaardag van de Parijse Commune ; S/92/084 By Braire, Jean, Bossi, Georges, Pioro, Gabriel, Duclos, Jacques
Date 1971
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By Duclos, Jacques
Date 1975
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Redevoering gehouden op 5 april 1950 te Gennevilliers, op het 12e congres van de Parti Communiste Français By Duclos, Jacques
Date 1950
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Redevoering van J. Duclos uitgesproken op de Algemene Vergadering op 7 mei 1951. By Duclos, Jacques
Date 1951
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