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  • L’Aurore est un journal français fondé en 1943 et disparu en 1985.Les premiers numéros du journal sont publié dans la clandestinité dès 1943, animés par Robert Lazurick, ancien député du Front populaire. Après la libération de Paris, en septembre 1944, Lazurick, Jean Piot et Paul Bastid avec la collaboration d'Henri Forissier comme rédacteur en chef, obtiennent l'autorisation officielle de publier leur journal sous le nom de L’Aurore en référence au quotidien de Clemenceau disparu en 1914, dans lequel était notamment paru le J’accuse d'Émile Zola, du temps de l’affaire Dreyfus.Absorbant plusieurs autres organes de presse au cours des dix premières années de sa publication, le quotidien est à son tour absorbé par Le Figaro en 1985.
  • L'Aurore was a French newspaper first sold on 11 September 1944, soon after the Liberation of Paris. Its name refers to the previous, unrelated publication, L'Aurore (1897–1914). Publication ended in 1985.During 1943, several issues of L'Aurore were published in secret by Robert Lazurick (a former member of the Front Populaire). After the Liberation of Paris, in 1944, Lazurick, Jean Piot, and Paul Bastid obtained official authority to publish their paper under the title L'Aurore (the dawn), in reference to Clemenceau, and also to J'accuse by Émile Zola, published in the previous L'Aurore in 1898. L'Aurore hit newsstands on September 11, 1944. The paper's offices were located in Paris, at 9 rue Louis-le-Grand, which were previously occupied by the news daily L'Oeuvre, which had been denied authority to resume publication. In 1954, L'Aurore moved to 100 rue de Richelieu in the 2nd arrondissement, in the former offices of the historic Le Journal. Circulation exceeded 90,000 by January 1945. Within short time, the daily had become among the four most significant news publications in the after-war period. By 1953, the company had purchased several other publications, including L'Epoque, France Libre, and Ce Matin-Le Pays.
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  • L’Aurore est un journal français fondé en 1943 et disparu en 1985.Les premiers numéros du journal sont publié dans la clandestinité dès 1943, animés par Robert Lazurick, ancien député du Front populaire.
  • L'Aurore was a French newspaper first sold on 11 September 1944, soon after the Liberation of Paris. Its name refers to the previous, unrelated publication, L'Aurore (1897–1914). Publication ended in 1985.During 1943, several issues of L'Aurore were published in secret by Robert Lazurick (a former member of the Front Populaire).
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