No. Léon Degrelle was a foreign correspondent for the paper which first published Tintin, but it had many other foreign correspondents and. All kinds of people have wanted to be associated with Tintin. Léon Degrelle, the founder of Belgium’s fascist party and the leader of its wartime. 11 févr. Nous exigeons la vérité! A la mémoire de mon frère Edouard, assassiné, dans sa maison de Bouillon, devant ses fillettes, par les épurateurs.
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When this subject crops up it’s more racism my friends seem to worry about. He said he was ashamed of the way he portrayed Africans in the Congo book, and yet years later in Red Sea Sharks he protrays them again as simpletons.
The Japanese in The Blue Lotus are portrayed as bad people and nothing but. The soviets are also seen as pure evil. But afain it is all stereotypes. I very much doubt he was racist, as he portrayed the Tibetans in a good light. The book is banned, as reported on http: We mustn’t forget that he probably did have an effect on Herge, as they were both young men working for the same drgrelle.
Even if Hitler described him as ‘the son I never had’, we can’t dismiss that he may have had an effect on Tintin, however small. As far as I know, Degrelle never worked at Le Soir About this man’s null influence on Herge and his possible influence on Georges Remi! Degrelle never worked at Le Soir No, it was ‘le XXieme siecle’ About this man’s null influence on Herge While I don’t like it, there is the slightest possibility.
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Sorry to go a little off-topic: Where could I find out more about Herge’s brother and his activities? Thank you There is a little bit in ‘Tintin the complete companion’ by Michael Farr, but not much more than already stated.
Have a look on eBay, they often have it. There is a little bit in ‘Tintin the complete companion’ by Michael Farr, but not much more than already stated. Thank you; I already have Farr’s book and I thought you might know more about the other M.
Charles There is a little bit in ‘Tintin the complete companion’ by Michael Farr, but not much more than already stated. Please sign in to post.