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Recalled to service; the memoirs of Maxime Weygand,

Author: Maxime Weygand
Publisher: London, Heinemann [1952]
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Weygand, Maxime, 1867-1965.
Recalled to service.
London, Heinemann [1952]
(OCoLC)568032627
Online version:
Weygand, Maxime, 1867-1965.
Recalled to service.
London, Heinemann [1952]
(OCoLC)612400386
Named Person: Maxime Weygand; Maxime Weygand
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maxime Weygand
OCLC Number: 855070
Description: xiii, 454 pages portraits, maps 22 cm
Contents: Part One: Near East mission --
First official visits --
The French forces in the near east --
Agreements with Turkey --
The Balkan entente and the allies: end of the Near East mission --
Part Two: Comand in France --
Assumption of command --
The battle of Flanders: Dunkirk --
Eve of battle --
The battle of France --
The discussions on the cessation of hostilities --
The request for an armistice --
Negotiation and signature of the armistice --
General considerations --
Part Three: Eleven weeks in the government --
The first government of Marshal Pétain: the Ministry of National Defense --
Armistice policy --
Part Four: Mission to Africa --
The general delegation of the government in French Africa: the first official visits --
Africa in the autumn of 1940: my policy --
The army of Africa --
Defense of African unity against the Axis --
The government delegation in French Africa and free France --
Relations with England --
Relations with the United States --
Political, social, economic, administrative questions --
End of my African mission --
Retirement in Provence --
Appendices.
Responsibility: translated by E.W. Dickes.

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