De Gaulle

Brogan, D. W.
February 1943
New Republic;2/1/43, Vol. 108 Issue 5, p143
Discusses of the policy initiated by General Charles de Gaulle against French surrender. Propositions on which the policy was based; Refusal of the senior generals in Syria or Morocco to follow a lead given by a junior general who had been reasonably pessimistic in March 1940; Acceptance of the policy of surrender by French officer; Resistance of the movement in France; Defeat of the German aerial invasion of Great Britain.


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