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Paris-soir

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Paris-soir (24 may 1938)

Paris-soir (Paris-evening) was a French daily newspaper founded by journalist Eugène Merle and published from 1923 to 1944. In 1930, the newspaper is bought by Jean Prouvost, a rich textile industrialist. It became the first national daily french newspaper.


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