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Triumph of Treason

Triumph of Treason

By Pierre Cot

Ziff-Davis, 1944, 432 pp.

Undoubtedly the next few years are going to see the publication of a wide array of books in which French personalities, of all stripes and grades of importance, will explain and seek to justify their behavior before and during the dark days of France's eclipse. In this volume the former Popular Front Minister of Aviation supplies an abundance of data, statistical and otherwise, to prove the case for himself and against the others.