On the occasion of the release of the book “French decolonizations. The fall of an Empire “, Fabrice Héron, iconographer-researcher, who carried out the iconographic research of the book returns to the imagery of decolonization. A project that brought together nearly 3000 images of all kinds (drawing, poster, photography) produced between 1943 and 1976, nearly 300 of which are published in the work and some unpublished in the article. ———————— Text by Fabrice Héron After the chaos of the Second World War, the colonial domain was the guarantee that France would remain among the great nations. However, the concept of...
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