FRANCE: Accord at Last

At long last the French leaders in Algiers completed a formula for unity.. The final, seemingly immovable obstacle between General Charles de Gaulle and Gen eral Henri Giraud had been the issue of Army control and reorganization. Now the Committee of Liberation pushed aside the obstacle:

> General de Gaulle was directed to preside over the Committee's political discussions, General Giraud over military discussions. This was a Gaullist victory.

> General Giraud was named commander in chief of all French forces, as the Allied High Command had insisted (TIME, July 5). This...

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