In April 1946, Paul Flamand, director of Éditions du Seuil, wrote to the French colonial ministry to request a tonne of paper. The French publishing industry had been severely hit by paper restrictions in the immediate post-war period: 150,000 tonnes were needed to refill stocks which had fallen to a low of 12,000 by 1945. While levels had recovered by 1949, such material consequences of the war were to weigh on French publishing until the mid-1950s....
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