FRANCE: Misgivings

The Big Three had conspicuously overlooked the Big Fourth. Wherever and whenever they met again, it was clear that France would not be invited. Promptly the French broke out into a rash of "misgivings." Reported New York Timesman Harold Callender from Paris:

"There are indications that the French are disturbed by reports that Russia might try to establish a German Government under Field Marshal General Friedrich von Paulus (see INTERNATIONAL) and also seek French recognition of the Lublin regime in Poland which General Charles de Gaulle refused to recognize when he was...

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