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FRANCE: Bonnet's Last Chance

Newsmen who cover Premier Edouard Daladier's office have long known that the Premier and his Minister of Foreign Affairs, Georges Bonnet, are not on the best...

FRANCE: In Steps Daladier

Biggest man of the week in France was Edouard Daladier, never big before. Young for a statesman, he is but 45. Less than a dozen years ago he was teaching...

FRANCE: Blood & Dollars

Last week L'Humanite, the Communist daily in Paris, published a cartoon showing Secretary of State Dulles, in a snappy convertible, pulling up at a filling...

FRANCE: Acts Before Words

Andre Tardieu, 63, the baldish, bankerish French statesman whose countrymen used to call him "I'Americain" for his bustle and bluntness, lay gravely ill last...

FRANCE: Shot in Democracy

Now that France has got rid of her first and only Socialist Premier, hectic Léon ("New Deal") Blum, the British last week were ready to give important...

FRANCE: Cabinet of Defense

In crisp, determined, confident fashion, Premier Edouard Daladier took his new Cabinet of moderate Left statesmen before Parliament last week, asked a free...

FRANCE: Kiss the Reds Good-by

Proud were the French last week as detailed reports on their crisis mobilization of 1,500,000 men showed that it went off everywhere with clocklike...

FRANCE: A Bas Moscou!

Premier Edouard Daladier was put in power last April by the votes of the Popular Front (his own Radical Socialists, Socialists, Communists). The Premier's...

FRANCE: Extreme Urgency

As Parliament reassembled last week the biggest armament man in the world, trim, grey-mustached Eugène Schneider, stood figuratively at bay. All through...

INTERNATIONAL: Unwritten Alliance

"Unwritten Alliance" Industriously in London last week solid, bull-necked French Premier Edouard Daladier and lean, hawk-nosed British Prime Minister...

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