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De Gaulle’s Foreign Policy, 1944–1946

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674430846

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

327 pages

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  • 1. Introduction: The Decay of French Foreign Policy
  • 2. Free France and the Resistance
  • 3. Liberation and War: July–December, 1944
  • 4. War and Victory: January–April, 1945
  • 5. The Founding of the United Nations
  • 6. Anglo–French Relations and the Crisis in the Levant
  • 7. Germany and the Potsdam Conference
  • 8. French Diplomacy after Potsdam
  • 9. Challenge and Reprieve at Home: The Political Crisis of November, 1945
  • 10. France and the Great Powers after London
  • 11. Germany after Potsdam
  • 12. The End of the de Gaulle Government
  • 13. The Balance Sheet and Legacy of de Gaulle’s Foreign Policy
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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