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Emile Digeon (1822 December 7 — 1894) was a French revolutionary socialist journalist, best remembered as the leader of the short‐lived Narbonne Commune in 1871 late March, libertarian free thinker and contributor to the anarchist journal “Lʼinsurgé.”
In 1883 Digeon was “an anarchist candidate”(!) in the Narbonne elections and the author of La Commune de Paris devant les anarchistes (1885).