Lectures pour tous
Lectures pour tous’ was published in 1898 It was a magazine with initially very general articles and stories, and always richly illustrated. During its existence, the magazine changed hands a number of times, so that from the 1960s onwards, its contents began to focus more on in-depth social, political and economic topics, without often shying away from controversy. The magazine also became more voluminous, averaging about 150 pages. In 1974, the story stopped.
Lectures pour tous is a popular scientific magazine that also touches on themes from society. The articles deal, for example, with a priest and a woman | behaving like an animal in the name of science | the mystic of sensuality Chasseriau | help injured people on the road | you should believe in fairies | about the dogs that lend their eyes to the blind | if Marseille finds Massalia again | for these Portuguese, France was their haven | the hospital bug | their paradise is forbidden to the white | the victims of blaming Stalin | feminisme the Algerian women claim their emancipation | the murderers are among us | cycling, the round of France 4000 kilometres of suffering | the midwife | an idyll beyond death | about the hippopotamus | Jean-Jacques Rousseau a man-hater and friend of humanity | citizens of the North Pole | Italy without effort | the stage designers | Cambodia 1962 the small world of Sihanouk | the mistery of London’s prisons | there is no more doubt, tobacco dead | Mantegna van Padua | a woman on Cape Canaveral | a company has insights on radiation | don’t play with aesthetic surgery | the crab a fascinating animal | the brilliant monotony of marriage | Salvador Dali | the real land of plenty Charles Dollfus | the story of a bullfighter | the misunderstandings between France and America | caving the new mystery of Paris.