TBR History Hour – Remi Tremblay on French “Insurrection”

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined once again by independent journalist, editor, author, and regular TBR contributor Rémi Tremblay. Rémi is the editor of a French-Canadian magazine called Le Harfang and has contributed as a freelance journalist to a variety of European and North American media outlets. We begin by discussing Rémi’s article published in the July/August 2023 edition of The Barnes Review focusing on the Feb. 6, 1934 “insurrection” in Paris, which saw a number of French nationalist and patriotic groups rise up to protest government corruption. We also address the recent rioting in France following the death of Nahel Merzouk, a young 17-year-old Maghrebi Arab of French-Algerian descent.

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