François de La Rocque

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François de La Rocque (6 October 1885 – 28 April 1946) was the leader (1930-1936) of the right-wing French Croix de Feu (Cross of Fire) Movement. It was banned after riots in Paris resulting in deaths caused by the police firing on the crowds. He then formed then short-lived nationalist French Social Party (1936–1940).