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Fran%C3%A7ois D'Orcival

Amaury de Chaunac-Lanzac,[1] known as François d'Orcival (born 11 February 1942) is a French conservative journalist and essayist. He is the president of the editorial committee at Valeurs Actuelles and sits on the Board of Directors of the publisher Valmonde.[2][3]

Biography

As a young man, he was a leader in Jeune Nation.[2] In 1960, he was one of the founding members of the Fédération des étudiants nationalistes (FEN).[2] He supported the Organisation armée secrète and was arrested in 1962, when he was jailed for four weeks.[2] He was editor-in-chief of the FEN magazine, Les Cahiers universitaires, and started writing for He also wrote for Défense de l'Occident and Europe-Action, edited by Dominique Venner and Alain de Benoist.[2]

In 1966, he worked as an intern in Le Spectacle du Monde, whose editor was Raymond Bourgine,[2] as well as in Valeurs Actuelles and Nouveau Journal.[1] He later joined the Groupement de recherche et d'études pour la civilisation européenne (GRECE), but left it in 1976.[2][4]

In 1977-1978, he wrote for Le Figaro, then edited by Louis Pauwels.[2] In 1976, he became the editor-in-chief of Valeurs Actuelles,[2][5] and director of the publication in 1984.[1]

In 2004, he was elected President of the Fédération Nationale de la Presse Française (FNPF).[2] On June 23, 2008, he was inducted into the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, following the death of Henri Amouroux.[6] He is a socially conservative Catholic.[5]

Bibliography

  • Le Courage est leur patrie (1965, with Alain de Benoist)
  • Rhodésie, pays des lions fidèles (1966, with Fabrice Laroche)
  • Le Danube était noir - la cause de la Slovaquie indépendante (1968)
  • Les Marines : scènes de la vie et des combats du corps des Marines des États-Unis (1971)
  • Histoire de la Gestapo (1973, with Fabrice Laroche, Jean Mabire and André Brissaud)
  • Les Marines à Khé Sanh (1968, with Jacques-François de Chaunac)
  • Le Roman de l'Elysée (2007)
  • L'Elysée fantôme : Les années noires (2011)
  • Le nouveau roman de l'Élysée (2012)
  • Histoires de l'Élysée (2017)

References

  1. ^ a b c "François d`Orcival". Babelio (in French). Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Pascal Dillane, Un ancien dirigeant de l'extrême droite représente la presse française, ACRIMED, February 2005
  3. ^ Valeurs Actuelles
  4. ^ JP Rioux, M Harbi, J.F. Sirinelli, La guerre d'algerie et les intellectuels français, Editions Complexe, 1999, p. 61 [1]
  5. ^ a b Xavier Ternisien, Une filière "Valeurs actuelles" à la tête du "Figaro", Le Monde, 19/07/2012
  6. ^ Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques

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