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Edmond Privat (17 August 1889 – 28 August 1962) was a Francophone Swiss Esperantist. A historian, university professor, author, journalist and peace activist, he was a graduate of the University of Geneva and a lecturer for the World Peace Foundation.11The Tech12. TOL. XXXIII. NO. 17 BOSTON, MASS., FRIDAY, APRIL 2,; D1913. "Mr. E. Privat Tells How American Students Can Help Peace Movement". MIT Archives. Online. October 15, 2007. His collective works consist of original dramas, poems, stories, textbooks and books about the Esperanto movement.

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by Privat, Edmond, 1889-1962
Rickmansworth, Herts. : E peranto Pub. Co., 1946
 
 
Uniform title: Vivo de Gandhi. English
by Privat, Edmond, 1889-1962
[Perth], W.A. : Artlook Books, c1981
 
 
by Privat, Edmond, 1889-1962
Melbourne : Braille Writers' Association of Victoria
BookBook [braille]
 
 
by Privat, Edmond, 1889-1962
Orelia, W.A. : Esperanto Publishing Co., 1977
 
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