FRANCE: Homecoming

Freed from the German police a fortnight ago, two former Vichy officials were arrested by the French police last week. When ex-Sports Director Jean Borotra and unsuccessful General Maxime ("They have given me a disaster") Weygand got to Paris, their first stop was the Ministry of the Interior. There a police commissar and three inspectors arrested them as "dangerous to national security."

Borotra, the Bounding Basque of tennis, slapped his chest, cried derisively: "Me dangerous? Come, come." Said lean, sickly General Weygand: "Je m'en fou" ("I don't give a damn"). He added: "This animal isn't vicious, but when attacked it...

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