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Arago Etienne Vincent de
Etienne Arago was a French journalist. He was born in 1802 and died in 1892. The brother of Dominique Arago, he founded the journals La Reforme and Le Figaro. He was director of the Theatre du Vaudeville in 1829 and took part in the revolution of 1848. He was condemned to transportation in 1849; fled from France, but returned in 1859. He was mayor of Paris during the German war, and appointed archivist to the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1878. He was the author of upwards of 100 dramas: «La Vie de Moliere»; «Les Bleus et les Blancs» and other works. He have collaborated with Honore de Balzac in «The Heiress of Birague».
France, 1948, Etienne de Arago
Tunisia, 1948, Etienne de Arago
France, 1999.10.16—17, Perpignan. Etienne de Arago