Release Date: December 31st 1969
Frantz Fanon (20 July 1925 - Dec 6 1961), a psychiatrist and a social philosopher black, was born in Fort-de-France - Martinique Islands, knew بنضاله of freedom and against discrimination and racism
Served during World War II in the Free French Army and fought against the Nazis. He joined the medical school in the city of Lyon, specializing in psychiatry and then worked as a doctor militarily in Algeria in the French colonial period, served as Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Blida Joinville Hospital in Algeria, where since then then engaged in the ranks of the claimants of the country's independence from France. And treated victims of both sides to the conflict, despite being a French citizen. In 1955, he joined Franz Fanon as a doctor to the Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN). Left secretly to Tunisia, and worked as a doctor in Manouba Hospital, and an editor at The New Mujahid spokeswoman for the front, also took direct organizational tasks, and other diplomatic and military super-sensitivity
In 1960 became the Interim Government of the Algerian Ambassador in Ghana. Fanon died at the age of 36 leukemia and was buried in the cemetery of the Algerian freedom fighters
Is considered one of the most prominent of the books on against others in the twentieth century. And his writings inspired many liberation movements throughout the world, and for many decades. Frantz Fanon believed that the colonization resistance is the use of violence only of the oppressed hand, what is taken by force can be restored only by force.