Foreign News: Unity

The long-awaited negotiations between the Fighting French, backed by Britain, and General Henri Giraud, backed by the U.S., began in North Africa last week. In the preliminaries, the Fighting French were represented by able General Georges Catroux, commander in Syria and Lebanon. But De Gaulle, the Fighting French leader, announced in a broadcast to Occupied France that he himself would soon leave London to meet and confer with that "great soldier and noble figure," General Henri Honore Giraud. Together, said De Gaulle, "we will seek and find means of assuring that the...

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