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trial of Marshal Pétain by Jules Roy

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Published by Faber in London .
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  • Pétain, Philippe, -- 1856-1951.

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Originally published in France under the title "Le grand naufrage" 1966, René Juillard.

Statementtranslated from the French by Robert Baldick ; with an introduction by Douglas Johnson.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20701512M

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  Trial of Marshal Petain by Jules Roy, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Death of Marshal Pétain. Philippe Pétain died on 23 July , aged Richard Cavendish | Published in History Today Volume 51 Issue 7 July Philippe Petain in the s (Library of Congress) In June President Auriol of France issued a decree permitting Philippe Pétain, now 95 and senile, to be moved for humanitarian reasons from. Abstract: On the smoldering afternoon of J , in the imposing First Chamber of the Palais de Justice in Paris, in the presence of lawyers, politicians, leaders of the Resistance, and guards with submachine guns, Marshal Pétain went on trial for his life and the honor of France. Trial of Marshal Henri Petain, Fortress Montrouge (outskirts of Paris), July MSs, crowds entering palace courtyard after credentials are checked by guards. VS, Palace of Justice. MSs, Pierre Mongibaud, President of the High Court, enters palace.

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