The Night Will End

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The Night Will End

By Henri Frenay
McGraw-Hill, 1976
469 pp. $12.95

An insider's account of the founding and development of the French Resistance and of its conflict with de Gaulle, who sought to bring it under his control. Regrettably, the author's deeply felt disappointment, which leads him to seek scapegoats and cast blame, tends to distort his attempt to set the record straight.

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