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Pierre Pujo
French politician

Pierre Pujo

Pierre Pujo
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Intro French politician
Was Journalist Politician
From France
Field Journalism Politics
Gender male
Birth 19 November 1929, Boulogne-Billancourt
Death 10 November 2007, Paris (aged 78 years)
Star sign Scorpio
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Pierre Pujo (19 November 1929, Boulogne-Billancourt – 10 November 2007) was the leader of the leading French monarchist group Action Française until his death on 10 November 2007. He was the son of Maurice Pujo.
Under Pierre Pujo's leadership the former mass movement Action Française became a monarchist and anti-European Union "Centre royaliste d'Action Française", publishing a magazine called Action Française 2000. It developed a student movement, called Action Française Etudiante.


  • Aspects de la Vie Politique (4 vols., 1968).
  • La Droite Nationale et Nous (1969).
  • Actualité de la Monarchie (1974).
  • Mayotte 79. La France dans l'Océan Indien (1979).
  • L'Action Française et la Maison de France (1987).
  • La Monarchie aujourd'hui (1988).
  • Postface to a new edition of Maurice Pujo's Les Camelots du Roi (1989).
  • Mayotte la Française (1993).
  • Preface to François Marie Algoud's France, Notre Seule Patrie (2001).
  • Un Demi-siècle d'Action Française, 1944-1999 (1999).
  • L'Autre Résistance: L'Action Française sous l'Occupation (2004).

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