The Tiger of France

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The Tiger of France

By Wythe Williams
Duell, 1949
315 pp. $4.50

Mr. Williams, an American newspaperman, became acquainted with Clemenceau in 1913 and in many conversations during the following years of war and peace developed the deepest admiration for him. The substance of these talks, here reported, tells us much -- if little that is new -- about the climactic years of his hero's career.

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