Seules les Jeunesses patriotes et les Croix de feu parviennent, aux cotes de l'Action francaise, a s'imposer durablement dans la vie politique.
De leur cote, les Croix de feu se mettent au service des successeurs moderes de Poincare, Andre Tardieu et Pierre Laval, selon des modalites qui feront l'objet d'un proces fortement mediatise en 1937 (12).
During his teenage years, as a volunteer for right-wing league Croix de Feu
, he was involved in a Paris skirmish with Communists.
The author's space constraints may explain why he briefly discusses interwar Britain and the United States, but omits the Netherlands, Belgium, and the Nordic countries as well as offers little on France besides the Croix de Feu
2) Lyautey's lofty sense of political and moral purpose, contempt for money, and selfless anti-communist patriotism would later be embodied, for Mitterrand, by the war veterans in the Croix de Feu of Colonel Francois de la Rocque.
Mitterrand recognized the selfishness and narrow-mindedness of many of the conservatives among whom he grew up, but when the great national crisis came in 1940, he kept to his old friends of the Croix de Feu, and of the tough, clandestine, anti-communist cagoule organization.
Design and implementation of a nursery school 312 students, an elementary school 576 students and a gym with development of its surroundings, the site at Rue Croix de Feu
in 1120 Brussels.
After participating invarious marginal meetings of dissidents, they failed to capture Colonel de La Rocque's Croix de Feu
The rhetorical nature of the term "fascism," which makes it a vexed analytical concept, is addressed by several of the contributors, notably Kevin Passmore in his essay on the Croix de Feu
and Roger Griffin in his assessment of the "fascist pedigree" of the Nouvelle Droite.
The Extreme Right in Interwar France: The Faisceau and the Croix de Feu
, by Samuel Kalman.
Rejecting the view that the Croix de Feu
was a Catholic, elitist, and legalistic movement, Passmore suggests that La Rocque defined legality on his own terms and that the Croix de Feu
was essentially populist.
Originally an antiparliamentary league, the Croix de Feu
transformed itself into a political party, the Parti Social Francais (P.