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  1. 12 de nov. de 2018 · El término francofonía aparece en 1883 escrito por el geógrafo Onésime Reclus en sus análisis de defensa de la política colonial francesa. El autor propone una expansión colonial ofensiva en la que la propagación y la imposición de la lengua francesa sea una de las bases esenciales. En su libro, France, Algérie et colonies ( Francia ...

  2. 20 de mar. de 2021 · Furthermore, many studies highlight that the terms ‘francophone’ and ‘francophonie’, coined by the French geographer Onésime Reclus (1837-1916) in his book France, Algérie et colonies (1986), has been invented to promote French colonial imperialism.

  3. Nous analysons brièvement les correspondances entre Reclus, Templier et Desjardins à propos du rôle de ce dernier dans la rédaction de la NGU. 2.3.3 La rédaction de Paris : Alfred Dumesnil, Onésime Reclus, Elie Reclus La rédaction d’Hachette est très fréquentée, même pendant les années de l’exil, par nombre de parents, amis et ...

  4. Reclus was born at Sainte-Foy-la-Grande . He was the second son of a Protestant pastor and his wife. From the family of fourteen children, several brothers, including fellow geographers Onésime and Élie Reclus, went on to achieve renown either as men of letters, politicians or members of the learned professions.

  5. 15 de mar. de 2012 · Reclus, Onésime, 1837-1916. Publication date 1886 Topics Géographie Publisher Paris : Hachette Collection universityofottawa; toronto Contributor ...

  6. Onésime Reclus. Onésime Reclus (1837 -1916) a oa un douaroniour gall. Arbennigour e oa war an darempred etre Bro-C'hall hag he zrevadennnoù. Gantañ e voe ijinet ar ger « francophonie » evit ober anv eus hollad ar pobloù a rae gant ar galleg dre ar bed. Mab e oa d'ur pastor protestant ha breur da Élisée Reclus, douaroniour ivez.

  7. 2 de may. de 2023 · It’s said that he had thirteen siblings, including famous French geographer Onésime Reclus and French anarchist Élie Reclus. During his time at the University of Berlin, he was taken under the wings of Carl Ritter (1779-1859), a German geographer who is widely considered one of the founders of modern geography.