FRANCE: Cross of Lorraine

In the last resort, everything depended on the Prime Minister. He, deep down, could not bring himself to admit the independence of Free France. What was more, Mr. Churchill, each time we came into collision on account of the interests for which we were respectively responsible, treated our disagreement as a personal thing. He was hurt by it and grieved . . . This attitude of mind and sentiment, added to the devices of his political tactics, plunged him into fits of anger which gave our relationship some rude...

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