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Published by Barrie in [London] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mendès France, Pierre, -- 1907-1982,
  • French -- Africa, North,
  • France -- Politics and government -- 1945-

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsDC407 M4 W4
The Physical Object
Pagination428p.
Number of Pages428
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14216945M

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  Pierre Mendès-France, French socialist statesman and premier (June –February ) whose negotiations ended French involvement in the Indochina War. He was distinguished for his efforts to invigorate the Fourth Republic and the Radical Party. Born into a Jewish family, Mendès-France became a. The only deputy who voted against French athletes competing in the Berlin Olympics was the youngest member of the national assembly, the son of an active Dreyfusard non-practising Sephardic Jew: Pierre Mendès-France. In the s and s Mendès-France shifted to the political left and became a major influence on left reformist socialism.   The strange history of Pierre Mendès-France and the great conflict over French North Africa by Werth, Alexander. First published in 1 edition. Not in Library , North Africa, Paris, Spain, Moscow, Russia, Eastern Front, Foreign. When Pierre Mendès-France resigned in May, , over the Algerian issue, after four agonizing months as Minister of State without portfolio--and without any say--in that Republican Front Government which he himself had done so much to create, Guy Mollet, the Socialist premier, used this strange and suggestive phrase: 'Don't throw stones at him; he is a sincere and tortured man.'.

Pierre Mendès France (French: [pjɛʁ mɑ̃dɛs fʁɑ̃s]; 11 January – 18 October ) was a French politician who served as President of the Council of Ministers for eight months from to He represented the Radical Party, and his government had the support of the Communist main priority was ending the war in Indochina, which had already c dead, , Mendès-France, Pierre (pyĕr măNdĕs`-fräNs), –82, French statesman. A lawyer and economist, he entered () the chamber of deputies as a Radical Socialist. In World War II he was a pilot in the Free French forces. Popular as a democratic leader, he became premier in after the French . The Strange History of Pierre Mendès France and the Great Conflict over French North Africa. London: Barrie Books, Published in USA as Lost Statesman: The Strange Story of Pierre Mendes-France. America in Doubt. London: Robert Hale, The . Michel Mendès France, Simone Gros: Pierre Mendès France au quotidien. Éditions L’Harmattan, Paris , ISBN Alexander Werth: The Strange History of Pierre Mendès France and the Great Conflict over French North Africa. Barrie, London Alain Chatriot: Pierre Mendès France.

The French Radical Party: From Herriot to Mendès-France (Greenwood, ). Lacouture, Jean. Pierre Mendes France (English ed. ), scholarly biography. online; Alexander Werth, The Strange History of Pierre Mendès France and the Great Conflict over French North Africa. The strange history of Pierre Mendès-France: and the great conflict over French North Africa by Alexander Werth (Book) Mendès France au pouvoir (18 juin février ) by Pierre Rouanet (Book). Frantziako Laugarren Errepublika (frantsesez: La Quatrième République) Bigarren Mundu Gerra eta artean Frantzian izandako gobernu errepublikarra izan zen. Hirugarren Errepublika ordezkatu zuen eta, nolabait, arazo berak pairatu zituen. Frantziak ko urriaren 13an Laugarren Errepublikako Konstituzioa onartu zuen. Alexander Werth, The Strange History of Pierre Mendès France and the Great Conflict over French North Africa (London, ) Dell Timeline of Grenoble (1, words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article.