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Bertrand de Jouvenel: Quiz

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Question 1: He began frequenting royalist and nationalist circles, where he met Henri De Man and ________.
NazismPierre Drieu La RochelleFascismLouis Aragon

Question 2: Here he became friends with ________, the future German ambassador to Paris during the occupation.
Adolf HitlerOtto AbetzCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IINazi Germany

Question 3: Jouvenel's mother passionately supported Czechoslovakian independence, and so he began his career as a private secretary to Edvard Beneš, ________'s first prime minister.
Czech RepublicCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)CzechoslovakiaCzechoslovak Socialist Republic

Question 4: Bertrand de Jouvenel des Ursins, usually known only as Bertrand de Jouvenel (31 October 1903 – 1 March 1987) was a French ________, political economist, and futurist.
Political philosophyAristotlePhilosophyDavid Hume

Question 5: Later in life, de Jouvenel established the Futuribles International in ________.
MarseilleVersaillesParisÉvry, Essonne

Question 6: Other personalities to offer support were Professor Langevin, the Joliot-Curies, ________, etc [2]
Charles de GaulleFranceAndré MalrauxParis

Question 7: Henri divorced Sarah in 1912 to become the second husband of French writer ________.
French literatureJean CocteauColetteEdmond de Goncourt

Question 8: In 1947, along with ________, Jacques Rueff, and Milton Friedman, he founded the Mont Pelerin Society.
Friedrich von HayekMurray RothbardLudwig von MisesLew Rockwell

Question 9: From 1930 to 1934, De Jouvenel had an affair with the American war correspondent ________.
David HalberstamMartha GellhornRobert CapaJohn Pilger

Question 10: He was the son of ________ and Sarah Boas, the daughter of a Jewish industrialist.
Jean CocteauFrench literatureEdmond de GoncourtColette







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