Les chemises bleues. Adrian Arcand, journaliste antisémite canadien-français

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Les chemises bleues. Adrian Arcand, journaliste antisémite canadien-français
Abstract
Adrien Arcand (1899-1967), the self-proclaimed "Canadian Führer", established the anti-Semitic Parti National Social Chrétien (Christian National Social Party) in Quebec in 1934. Party members were known by their military-style uniforms, including swastika badges, as Les Chemises bleues (the Blue Shirts). The author explains that Arcand saw Jewish plots everywhere and his followers sought scapegoats for what they saw as the evils corroding society. Arcand advocated the deportation of Canadian Jews to Hudson Bay.
Place
Québec
Publisher
Septentrion
Date
2012
Language
fr
Notes

Translated into English as: The Blue Shirts: Adrien Arcand and Fascist Anti-Semitism in Canada. Ottawa,ON: Les Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa/University of Ottawa Press, 2017.

Citation
Théorêt, Hugues. Les chemises bleues. Adrian Arcand, journaliste antisémite canadien-français. Québec: Septentrion, 2012.
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