Dada means nothing, therefore we want to change the world with nothing.
Aragon was drafted into World War I, eventually earning a medal for bravery, and soon began writing poems. In 1919, Breton and Aragon edited the first issue of Littérature with fellow poet Philippe Soupault, giving birth to the Paris-based version of Dada. Aragon staged Dada events throughout the 1920s, publishing collections of poetry that reflected a Dadaesque interest in the absurd. He also began publishing novels such as Anicet ou le panorama (1921) and Les Aventures de télémaque (1922) etc. he was one of the most important writers in post-war France, and his spirit as well as his writing did much to shape the intellectual landscape.
Aragon was drafted into World War II and again won commendation for his bravery, including leading a daring escape of 30 men from German forces. Demobilized by 1940, Aragon worked for the resistance, writing pamphlets, editorials, and poetry.
After the war, Aragon wrote a number of nonfictional studies, monographs and books on history, politics, art, and culture. He continued to write prolifically until his death in 1982.
This song is based Louis Aragon's poem; The Red Poster
And one my favorite french singer and activist Leo Ferre, <3