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Albin Michel

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Albin Michel is a French publishing company based in Paris. Created on 21 january 1902 by Albin Michel (1873-1943) and still existing today (albin-michel.fr). It is amongst the 10th biggest French publishing company.

Between 1922 and 1941, the company published 33 short stories, 4 novels and 1 autobiography written by Arthur Conan Doyle.



Conan Doyle published by Albin Michel

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1923


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1932




  • 07.1932 : Les Aventures du brigadier Gérard (Les "Albin Michel" à 6 fr., trans. by Louis Labat) The Adventures of Brigadier Gérard
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1941


Covers


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1931

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1932





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