GENERAL MAXIME WEYGAND, 1867-1965: Fortune and Misfortune
The career of the French General Maxine Weygand offers a fascinating glimpse into the perils and politics of military leadership and loyalty in the interwar years and after France's defeat in 1940. The author traces the vertiginous changes in fortune of a soldier whose loyalty to France and to the French army was unwavering.
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