André Lorulot

(1885 - 1963)

Biography :

André Lorulot (born Georges André Roulot; 23 October 1885 – 1963) was a French individualist anarchist and freethinker, born in Paris, in the district of Gros-Caillou. Lorulot was known for his exploration of anticlerical ideas, including in his most famous book Why I am an Atheist, published in 1933 with a foreword by Han Ryner. Lorulot chaired the National Federation of Freethought and co-founded the newspapers L'Anarchie and La Calotte.

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Works :

Author of The Soviets and the Papacy (November 30, 1921)

Author of The Tyrant From Below (November 30, 1938)

Author of Who Are We? What Do We Want? (November 30, 1910)

Author of Down With the Law (December 31, 1969)

Chronology :

October 23, 1885 : André Lorulot's Birth Day.
November 30, 1962 : André Lorulot's Death Day.
April 18, 2020 : André Lorulot's Added to

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