AUTOGRAPH LETTER - FRENCH JOURNALIST - WRITER XXe. Maurras, who is currently very busy, for not being able to write himself as he would like; I thank you very much for the very interesting communication you have made to him; when we say that there is no longer any republican faith, we see the evidence!
Special Military School of Saint-Cyr. I am everywhere, Writings of Paris.Georges-Goyau Prize (1956 and 1962). François Camille Bernard de Vaulx, born in Bourbon-Lancy (Saône-et-Loire) on April 18, 1892. Died in Boulogne-Billancourt on September 10, 1976, was a French writer, journalist, and royalist activist. Born into a family of the Burgundian nobility, "little gentry" serving in the army or the Church, Catholic and monarchist, de Vaulx is the son of Jules de Vaulx, a landowner, and Marie du Crest. He underwent military preparation at the boarding school of the Saint-Cyr School when health problems forced him in 1911.
To take several years of rest in the countryside. At the end of 1915, he began studying law in the Latin Quarter and soon became a regular reader of L'Action française, to which he sent a subscription accompanied by a letter of membership during the Easter holidays of 1916.
Quoted three days later in an article by Charles Maurras. A doctor of law for a time. Louis Marin, he becomes his successor. And continues until the end of 1929. In his footsteps, he becomes one of the main collaborators of L'Action française and writes, in the 1930s, in various newspapers of the Maurrassian movement such as the Revue universelle, Candide, Ric et Rac, and Je suis partout, of which he is one of the most assiduous contributors from April 1933 to May 1940.And where he publishes numerous interviews and articles, particularly on agriculture, an investigation on French tourism, and memories of Maurras. Furthermore, under Maurras' auspices, he publishes in 1936 Propos sur la guerre at Rivarol, then in March 1940. An anthology of commented texts by Joseph de Maistre, Une Politique expérimentale, at Fayard. From 1940 to 1943, he is a technical advisor at the Ministry of Finance in Vichy, under the orders of Yves Bouthillier, who had called upon some high figures of Action Française as a counterbalance to Pierre Laval. On May 15 and 16, 1922, he marries in Montagny-lès-Buxy with. He is the author of several works, including Monsieur de Sougy avant le phylloxéra. [From Georges or Louis Boulay].