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Le Matin

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Le Matin (15 june 1916)
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Le Matin was a French daily newspaper founded in 1884 and published until 1944. Le Matin was launched on the initiative of Chamberlain & Co., a group of American financiers and the American newspaper editor Samuel Selwyn Chamberlain, in 1883, on the model of the British daily The Morning News. The direction of the project was entrusted to the French journalist Alfred Edwards, who launched the first issue on 26 February 1884. His home was then situated in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, at 6 boulevard Poissonnière, and his offices at numbers 3 to 9 on the same street.

Between 1902 and 1916, the newspaper published 4 short stories and 1 letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Conan Doyle in Le Matin




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