Conspiracy in Algiers

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Conspiracy in Algiers

By Renée Gosset
The Nation, 1945
272 pp. $1.00

Madame Gosset, a French journalist, was in Algiers from the spring of 1941 until after the Allied invasion of North Africa, during which time she was employed by the American Government in various capacities. Her circumstantial story of the negotiations, plots and personalities involved in the North African affair will prove of value to future historians. The original French edition was published by La Revue Moderne of Montreal (1944, 373 p. $2.00).

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