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* 09.05.1914 (Year 3 No. 22) : [[Conan Doyle Sees Victory for England|La Loyale Angleterre selon un grand Anglais, ce que dit Conan Doyle]], excerpt presented by Daniel Lesueur (''Conan Doyle Sees Victory for England'')
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* 09.05.1914 (Year 3 No. 22) : [[The Outlook on the War|La Loyale Angleterre selon un grand Anglais, ce que dit Conan Doyle]], excerpt presented by Daniel Lesueur (''Conan Doyle Sees Victory for England'')
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:50, 19 September 2020

La Renaissance Politique, Littéraire et Artistique (The Political, Literary and Art Rebirth) was a French bimonthly magazine published from 8 november 1913 to 27 june 1931.

In 1914 and 1916, the magazine published 4 articles written by Arthur Conan Doyle about the French front.


By Conan Doyle in La Renaissance

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1916


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