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Albert Londres

Albert Londres

 Albert Londres

Albert Londres (1 November 1884-16 May 1932) was a French journalist and writer. One of the inventors of investigative journalism, Londres not only reported news but created it, and reported it from a personal perspective. He criticized abuses of colonialism such as forced labour.

Albert Londres gave his name to a journalism prize, the Prix Albert-Londres, for Francophone journalists.

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148731 L'Homme qui s'évada £7.85

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071598 Grands reportages à l'étranger : 10 ans de reportages autour monde £33.75

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078828 L'homme qui s'évada £7.20

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