Renaudels Pierre (Renaudel)( One right-wing leaders of the French Socialist Party)
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Renaudel (Renaudel) Pierre (1871-1935). One right-wing leaders of the French Socialist Party. In 90-ies, together with Jaures, Briand and others. founded the Federation of Independent Socialist - an opportunist group, consisting of individual intellectuals, not affiliated to either the left or to the right side of the French socialist movement. In 1902, Mr.. together with the Federation of Independent Renaudel included in the French socialist party allied right-wing groups. In 1905, Mr.. with his party entered the United Socialist Party. Before World War II did not play particularly prominent role in the socialist movement. After the death of Jaures became editor of the central party organ "L'Humanite" and one of the leaders of the Party. His policies during the war entirely aimed at supporting the imperialist government. His slogan - the war to a victorious end. In 1919 - 1920 gg. When the majority of the party went to the left, he vigorously fought attempts by the left wing to join the III International is. In late 1920, after the split in the Congress of Tours, he became the head of the minority to keep the name of the Socialist Party.