De Gaulle Alone

Healey, Denis
September 1960
New Republic;9/19/60, Vol. 143 Issue 13, p7
Reports that General Charles de Gaulle's latest pronouncements have further widened the gulf which now separates British from French policy. Demand by the General for military assistance from the U.S. as a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Objection by the General to external advice on issues related to France; Absence of proposals for ending the war in Algeria.


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