The diary of Pierre Laval / With a preface by Josée Laval, Countess R. de Chambrun.

; Mazal Holocaust Collection
New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948.

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Standard Title Unpublished diary of Pierre Laval
Other Authors Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Subjects Aussenpolitik.
France -- Politics and government -- 1940-1945.
France.
Frankreich.
Laval, Pierre.
Politics and government
Weltkrieg (1939-1945)
Description xv, 240 pages, 5 pages of plates : portraits, facsimiles ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1948.
Contents Preface to the American edition -- Statement made by Pierre Laval's attorneys -- Pierre Laval's political career -- Relations with Great Britain -- Relations with Italy -- The Armistice of 1940: the first allied victory? -- Vichy- the national assembly -- After the vote of 10 July 1940: my differences with Marshal Pétain -- 22 October 1940: Montoire -- 18 December 1940 -- Why I returned to office in the spring of 1942: a talk with Goering -- The persecuted: Jews, Communists, and Freemasons -- German demands for labour -- Words with I spoke -- The American landings in North Africa, Hitler's offer of the alliance with France -- Toulon and the Caribbean fleet -- Alsace-Lorraine -- Paris, August 1944: my arrest -- Did I humiliate France? -- Memorandum by Pierre Laval, dated August 8th, 1945.
Appendices: I. The Act of Accusation -- II. Josée Laval's introduction to the British edition: -- III. (a) Sir Ronald Campbell's memorandum to Pierre Laval, 16 September 1931 and Sir Ronald's translation of the memorandum -- (b) Sir Ronald Campbell's memorandum in French, 19 September 1931 -- (c) Translation of the memorandum of 19 September 1931 -- (d) French text of Sir Ronald Campbell's letter to Pierre Laval, 19 September 1931 -- (e) Translation of Sir Ronald's letter to Pierre Laval, 19 September 1931 -- IV. Address of Pierre Laval to the mayors of Cantal at Vichy, November 9th, 1948 -- V. Sauckel's report to Hitler and photostat of a page of the original report -- VI. Extract from a letter of de Brinon to Goebbels -- VII. Manifesto against Pierre Laval's policy of "Neutrality," July 5th, 1944 -- VIII. Secret minutes of the Cabinet meeting, July 12, 1944, 4 pagesm. -- IX. Excerpts from the speech of Pierre Laval made during the secret session of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Senate, Thursday, 16 March 1939 -- X. (a). The last page written by Pierre Laval (Photostat) -- (b). Translation of the last page written by Pierre Laval -- XI. From the Goebbels diaries, November 17, 1943 and November 21, 1943 -- XII. Translation of extracts from Entre les Pyrénées et Gibraltar, by Serrano Suñer, Spain's former Minister of Foreign Affairs -- XIII. Last question and answer of the deposition of Hans Richard Hemmen (Von Ribllentrop's personal representative of Paris for all economic and financial questions) from the transcript of the Nürenberg records.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)351749
(OCoLC)ocm00351749
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Laval, Pierre, 1883-1945.
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