The French Œuvre is a founded French nationalist political movement in 1968 by Pierre Sidos which asserts several hundreds of members today, often with dual membership of the Front National, such Yvan Benedetti, former head of the newspaper Jeune Nation in 2000, candidate FN with the legislative elections 2007 in the Quatorzième district of the Rhone.
It usually takes part in the traditional festival of Jeanne d' Arc second Sunday of May.
This organization wants to be the heiress of the large thinkers of the Nationalisme French, such Edouard Drumont, Charles Maurras, Maurice Barrès, Robert Brasillach, Jacques Ploncard d' Assac, Henry Coston. She is defined as nationalist, antibourgeoise, traditional catholic anticommunist and anticapitalist. Its emblem is the Celtic cross white with square extemities and the four equal parts.
At the end of 1996, French Work, giving up any autonomous action, announced that it supported the National front.
It invited to vote Jean-Marie Le Pen with the presidential election of 2007.
- Young Nation
- National front
- Internet site of French Work
- Internet site of the Circle of Six-February
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