The Week

April 1943
New Republic;4/5/43, Vol. 108 Issue 14, p427
This article presents the author's perspective on the news of the week of April 5, 1943. He examines the tension between the two factions of exiled French forces and hopes General Charles de Gaulle and Giraud will find a way to collaborate. He expresses his outrage over an attempt by U.S. Steel to sell the government defective materials that were to be used for World War II.


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