De Gaulle unexpected; unpublished archives and testimonies
The French believe they know everything about the life and work of Charles de Gaulle. This book shows that much remains to be discovered in the archives that are gradually opening. Many new episodes and anecdotes are unveiled here for the first time, which shed new light on the functioning of the Charles/Yvonne couple, the relationship to Pétain and free France, the crossing of the desert, the management of the Algerian dossier, relations with various heads of state, and a much freer correspondence than one imagined with personalities such as Abbé Pierre, Paul Claudel or Alain Delon...
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- 28.7 x 24.1 x 3.1 cm