I Accuse De Gaulle

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I Accuse De Gaulle

By Henri De Kerillis
Harcourt, 1946
270 pp. $2.75

M. de Kerillis arraigns de Gaulle on several counts, notably that he accepted the collaboration of Cagoulards and that he entertained personal ambitions of a Napoleonic character. This is not an objective book, and it is not meant to be. The author, who was long identified with reactionary journals in Paris, and who was at one point a de Gaullist, has changed his mind from time to time on many questions. The French edition, first published last fall in Canada, was suppressed in France.

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