Edouard Herriot, three times Premier of France, was the last to speak
for freedom as death came to Vichyfrance. Last week in a new roundup of
former French leaders, the Nazis arrested eloquent, able Statesman
Herriot. Their handcuffs gave bitter meaning to his pledge (TIME, Dec.
7): "I shall stay and suffer with my people."
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