STRATEGY: Present & Future Plans

To London for his first session as a top member of the Supreme Allied War Council went crinkle-eyed little Paul Reynaud, France's new more-action Premier, potential Clemenceau of World War II. Both his electorate and the British expected some sign of new energy from the Council. They got a formal communiqué: "[Both Governments] mutually undertake that during the present war they will neither negotiate nor conclude an armistice or treaty of peace except by mutual agreement. . . . They undertake to maintain after conclusion of peace a community of action for...

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