Marcel Cachin was a French politician and one of the founding members of the French Communist Party (SFIC) in 1920. The Marcel
Cachin papers (1911-1949) contain photocopies of diaries, interviews, and other writings.
Marcel Cachin was born 20 September 1869. He was a French politician and one of the founding members of the French Communist
Party (Section française de l'Internationale communiste), in 1920. Before this, he was a union promoter and he travelled to
Russia in 1917 during World War I. He then served in the National Assembly until his death on 12 February 1958.
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(0.42 Linear Feet)
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