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by Marguerite Joseph-Maginot,Allan Updegraff

Author: Marguerite Joseph-Maginot,Allan Updegraff
Language: English
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (July 25, 2007)
Pages: 316 pages
Category: Biographies
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The biography of André Maginot; he might have saved France, by Marguerite Joseph-Maginot, trans. Publication Information. New York, Doubleday, Doran & c. in. 1941.

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A biography of André Maginot by his sister. He Might Have Saved France. Only the last two chapters refer to his postwar political and administrative career, when he devoted himself to a vain effort to make France "secure. A biography of André Maginot by his sister.

André Maginot (French pronunciation: ; 17 February 1877 – 7 January 1932) was a French civil servant, soldier, and Member of Parliament. He is best known for his advocacy of the string of forts known as the Maginot Line

André Maginot (French pronunciation: ; 17 February 1877 – 7 January 1932) was a French civil servant, soldier, and Member of Parliament. He is best known for his advocacy of the string of forts known as the Maginot Line. Maginot was born in Paris, but spent part of his youth in Alsace-Lorraine, a region where the Maginot Line would later be constructed. After taking the civil service exam in 1897, Maginot began a career in the French bureaucracy that would last the rest of his life

In doing so, he avoided much bloodshed, although this was not the saviour of France that his most fervent supporters had imagined, but rather a skilful politician, superbly adroit in the games of manipulation at the heart of statecraft.

The General: Charles De Gaulle and the France He Saved by Jonathan Fenby. In doing so, he avoided much bloodshed, although this was not the saviour of France that his most fervent supporters had imagined, but rather a skilful politician, superbly adroit in the games of manipulation at the heart of statecraft. By the time of the student riots of May 1968, De Gaulle was exhausted and out of touch.

I cannot see a very wide market, as this a eulogy, predicated on an initial interest in the man, and closing with the thought that, had he not died in 1935, he ""might have saved France""

I cannot see a very wide market, as this a eulogy, predicated on an initial interest in the man, and closing with the thought that, had he not died in 1935, he ""might have saved France"". Childhood in Lorraine, schooling at the LycÉe Condorcet in Paris; service to France his goal from fourteen on; under secretary of the cabinet in Algiers, return to France, marriage, deputy of the chamber, under-secretary of war. Then the war, recorded in his own words, from common poilu to scout on patrolling missions.

He has spoken to practically everyone who ever had anything to do with her .

He has spoken to practically everyone who ever had anything to do with her, and interweaves their recollections skilfully to bring out wider theme. f the second volume, charting her mounting hubris and eventual nemesis, maintains this quality it will be a tremendous achievement. John Campbell, TheIndependent. The authorized, remarkably evenhanded biography of the grimly divisive, late Iron Lady of Britai. ell balanced. We look forward to the planned sequel. An good and (VERY) detailed biography that could have saved about 100-150 pages if the author, Charles Moore didn't talk about every detail of Lady Thatcher, down to her clothes and house life.

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