Gorrell, Frank
August 1953
New Republic;8/3/53, Vol. 129 Issue 1, p13
The article focuses on the war waged by France in IndoChina during 1953. The IndoChinese war is a far more serious burden on France in almost every conceivable way than the Korean War has been on the U.S. Almost all the problems France must face, such as economic recovery, political stability, military strength in Europe, North Africa, relations with Germany and the U.S., depend on a solution of the IndoChinese problem. So long as French military strength and financial resources continue to be drained into the sieve of IndoChina, there can be neither the material nor the psychological basis for French ratification of the European Defense Community.


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