Bedaux and His Friends

Lahey, Edwin A.
March 1944
New Republic;3/6/44, Vol. 110 Issue 10, p307
Focuses on the mystery shrouding the life and death of Charles E. Bedaux, a fascist leader from France associated with the Nazis, who committed suicide in the immigration service detention home in Miami, Florida. Claim that Bedaux knew the prominent personalities of the United States; Reason behind Bedaux's efforts to avoid his deportation to French Africa; Cause behind consumption of sleeping tablets by Bedaux to commit suicide; Profile of Bedaux; Audacity of Bedaux to crash into high circles; Relationship of Bedaux with the Duke of Windsor; Entry of Bedaux into Nazi society; Working of Bedaux as espionage agent of the Nazis; Evidences to testify favorably for his U.S. citizenship and his integrity and loyalty to the country, which includes prominent personalities of the U.S.; Views that fascist forces exist in all the people.


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