Combat (newspaper)  

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Combat (French for "fight") was a French newspaper created during the Second World War. Originally a clandestine newspaper of the Resistance, it was headed by Albert Ollivier, Jean Bloch-Michel, Georges Altschuler and, most of all, Albert Camus. Jean-Paul Sartre and André Malraux also contributed to it. Its production was directed by André Bollier until Milice repression led to his death.

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