André Mandouze, né à Bordeaux le 10 juin 1916 et mort à Porto-Vecchio (Corse-du-Sud), le 5 juin 2006, à quelques jours de ses 90 ans, est un universitaire et journaliste catholique, militant de l'antifascisme et de l'anticolonialisme.↑ André Mandouze : À gauche toute !, Daniel Bermond, histoire.presse.fr, n°279, page 32, 1er septembre 2003

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  • André Mandouze, né à Bordeaux le 10 juin 1916 et mort à Porto-Vecchio (Corse-du-Sud), le 5 juin 2006, à quelques jours de ses 90 ans, est un universitaire et journaliste catholique, militant de l'antifascisme et de l'anticolonialisme.
  • André Mandouze (10 June 1916, Bordeaux - 5 June 2006, Porto-Vecchio), was a French academic and journalist, a Catholic, and an anti-fascist and anti-colonialist activist.In January 1946, when he was offered a post at the University of Algiers, he accepted with alacrity—for him, Algeria was the birthplace of Saint Augustine, to whom he had dedicated his thesis at the Sorbonne.A confidant of Léon-Etienne Duval, he agitated for the independence of Algeria. With other Catholic intellectuals, such as François Mauriac, Louis Massignon, Henri Guillemin, Henri-Irénée Marrou, Pierre-Henri Simon, he criticised the French Army for using of torture in Algeria, in the pages of Le Monde and France-Observateur,In 1963, at the request of Ahmed Ben Bella, he became rector of the University of Algiers. But with the arrival in power of Houari Boumédiène, he resumed being a professor in the university and then returned to Paris to teach Latin at the Sorbonne.He did not return to Algeria until 2001, to preside with President Abdelaziz Bouteflika over a colloquium on Saint Augustine who, for him, symbolised the link between Africaness and universalism.
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  • André Mandouze, né à Bordeaux le 10 juin 1916 et mort à Porto-Vecchio (Corse-du-Sud), le 5 juin 2006, à quelques jours de ses 90 ans, est un universitaire et journaliste catholique, militant de l'antifascisme et de l'anticolonialisme.↑ André Mandouze : À gauche toute !, Daniel Bermond, histoire.presse.fr, n°279, page 32, 1er septembre 2003
  • André Mandouze (10 June 1916, Bordeaux - 5 June 2006, Porto-Vecchio), was a French academic and journalist, a Catholic, and an anti-fascist and anti-colonialist activist.In January 1946, when he was offered a post at the University of Algiers, he accepted with alacrity—for him, Algeria was the birthplace of Saint Augustine, to whom he had dedicated his thesis at the Sorbonne.A confidant of Léon-Etienne Duval, he agitated for the independence of Algeria.
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