Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Âmes vaillantes

The Âmes vaillantes magazine was created by Éditions Fleurus in December 1937, for young girls. Less known than Cœurs vaillants, it nevertheless appeared until 1963.
Due to the German invasion in June 1940, Fleurus's editorial team retreated to Clermont-Ferrand and then to Lyon, and published a few issues under the common name “Cœurs vaillants et Âmes vaillantes ". This joint publication continued bimonthly until 1944.
The publication was interrupted in September 1944, because of paper restrictions.

Âmes vaillantes reappears under its original name in September 1946. At first biweekly, eventually the magazine becomes weekly. 

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