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       Paris: After the Liberation 1944-1949, p.46

           Antony Beevor
 

  p. 60 ‘packed full of types…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 43

  p. 61 ‘the short lampshade skirts…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal pendant l’Occupation, p. 251

  p. 61 ‘les élégantes…’, Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 597

  p. 61 ‘se dédouaner’, Hervé Le Boterf, La Vie parisienne sous l’Occupation, p. 414

  p. 62 ‘There were only flickering…’, Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, p. 211

  6. THE PASSAGE OF EXILES

  p. 67 ‘This is not the occasion…’, P. G. Wodehouse to Home Secretary, 4 September 1944, copy included in MI5 report of 28 September 1944, DCP

  p. 68 ‘that the best thing…’, DCD, 1 December 1944

  p. 68 ‘a gloomy sort of chap’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol. ii, p. 232

  7. WAR TOURISTS AND RITZKRIEG

  p. 70 ‘Hitlers come and go…’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol. ii, p. 221

  p. 71 ‘Paris was liberated…’, Brassaï, Conversations avec Picasso, p. 150

  p. 71 ‘Who’s there?…’, Cleve Gray, conversation, 24 November 1992

  p. 73 ‘It was an American enclave…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 29

  p. 73 ‘I’m Eric Blair’, Paul Potts, Dante Called you Beatrice (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1960), quoted Bernard Crick, George Orwell, p. 324

  p. 74 ‘Vous êtes un général…’, Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 27, and Magouche Fielding, conversation, 18 February 1992

  p. 74 ‘the impression that members…’, 5 October 1944, DD

  p. 76 ‘beginning a romance’, Martha Gellhorn, A Honeyed Peace, p. 74

  p. 76 ‘a prudery…’, 6 February 1945, AN F/1 a/3255

  8. THE É PURATION SAUVAGE

  p. 77 ‘At Saint-Sauveur…’, 28 June 1944, BD

  p. 78 ‘My ass…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 11

  p. 79 ‘you did not have to be cosy…’, Sir Isaiah Berlin, conversation, 12 August 1993

  p. 81 ‘Considering their youth…’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol. ii, p. 217

  p. 83 ‘made incapable…’, Director-General of SNCF, AN F/1 a/3208

  p. 83 ‘The BST…’, Controller-General Robineau to Inspector-General of Police, 23 November 1945, AN F/1 a/3246

  p. 84 ‘If you take away my braces…’, Madame du Bouëtez, French Red Cross representative, Paris prisons, conversation, 29 July 1992

  p. 86 ‘It must be acknowledged…’, report by Inspector-General of Prisons to Minister of Justice, 21 July 1945, AN F/1 a/4611

  p. 87 ‘Have you got any customers…’, Roger Codou, conversation, 13 March 1993

  p. 88 ‘violent death of undetermined nature’, AVP, Per 55

  p. 89 ‘de caractère politique’, Direction des Renseignements Généraux, 25 August 1945, AN F/1 a/3349

  p. 89 ‘France is a country…’, quoted Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 210

  p. 90 the épuration in France…, Jean-Pierre Rioux, La France de la Quatrième République, vol. i, p. 32

  p. 90 French who served in German uniform, Henry Rousso, conversation, 30 July 1992

  9. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT

  p. 93 ‘prevent at any price…’, Kozirev to Ponomarev, International Section of the Central Committee, 9 July 1945, RGASPI 17/128/802

  p. 93 ‘De Gaulle is afraid….’, Dimitrov and Ponomarev, 30 November 1944, RGASPI 17/128/14

  p. 95 ‘a provoking attitude…’, Louis Closon, Commissaire de la République, p. 69

  p. 95 ‘At the time of the Liberation…’, quoted M. R. D. Foot, SOE in France, p. 420

  p. 95 ‘Toulouse was the souk…’, Jacques Baumel, conversation, 6 August 1992

  p. 97 ‘belle brochette de colonels’, quoted Henri Amouroux, Les Règlements de comptes, vol. ix, p. 165

  p. 100 ‘more nicknames…’, René Serre, Croisade à coups de poings, p. 142

  p. 100 ‘This adventure was unexpected…’, Georges Bidault, D’une Résistance à l’autre, p. 70

  p. 101 ‘peuplé de Vichy’, Hervé Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 181

  p. 101 ‘He could have helped me…’, 13 February 1947, DCD

  p. 102 ‘There has been snow…’, NARA 851.00/1-2045

  p. 102 la Collecte, report of 2 February 1945 by Direction Générale de la Sûreté Nationale, AN F/1 a/3249

  p. 102 ‘the child St Augustine…’, François Mauriac, Journal, vol. iv, p. 8

  p. 103 ‘Milk for our little ones!’, AN F/1 a/3250

  p. 103 ‘the Siege of Paris’, AN F/1 a/3249

  p. 103 ‘suitcase-carriers’, Yves Farge, Le Pain de la corruption, p. 10

  p. 103 ‘In the circumstances…’, 26 March 1945, AN F/1 a/3250

  p. 104 ‘We are most unhappy…’, AN F/1 a/3208

  p. 104 ‘The insufficient purge…’, October 1945, report on activity of CGT, RGASPI 17/128/16

  p. 104 ‘un problème délicat’, Ministre des Travaux Publics, 17 October 1944, AN F/1 a/3208

  p. 104 ‘The directors of the Renault factories…’, L’Humanité, 22 August 1944, quoted Pierre Assouline, L’Épuration des intellectuels, p. 22

  p. 105 ‘fulfilled its duty to the nation…’, quoted Gaston Palewski, Mémoires d’action, p. 228

  p. 106 ‘to put Humpty Dumpty…’, Grover Smith (ed.), Letters of Aldous Huxley, p. 516

  10. CORPS DIPLOMATIQUE

  p. 107 ‘He seemed curiously young…’, 14 September 1944, DCD

  p. 108 ‘At last!’, Sir Alexander Cadogan, Diaries, p. 675

  p. 109 ‘extremely frigid and dreary…’, 24 October 1944, DCD

  p. 110 ‘left in disgust…’, 14 September 1944, DD

  p. 112 ‘looking like an old concierge’, 21 March 1947, DCD

  p. 112 ‘the vodka struggle’, 20 November 1945, LDCP-CR

  p. 113 ‘The traffic…’, 7 November 1944, DCD

  p. 113 ‘uneasy to conduct…’, Georges Bidault, D’une Résistance à l’autre, p. 72

  p. 113 ‘In Bido Veritas’, 24 February 1945, DD

  p. 114 ‘Claudel, Alexis Léger…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, pp. 2–3

  p. 114 ‘was most indignant…’, 28 November 1944, DCD

  p. 115 ‘a curious pair…’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol. ii, p. 217

  p. 115 ‘in the happiest of humours’, 11 November 1944, DCD

  p. 115 ‘for about two hours…’, 11 November 1944, DCD

  p. 116 ‘Although his outward…’, RGASPI 17/128/14

  p. 117 ‘Communist dressed up as a field marshal…’, Charles de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. iii, p. 61

  p. 117 ‘One never ceases to be Polish…’, Hervé Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 180

  p. 118 ‘France must pay…’, ‘Foreign Relations of the United States of America, The Conferences at Cairo and Teheran’, pp. 484–5, quoted Jean Elleinstein, Goliath contre Goliath, p. 97

  p. 118 ‘Don’t take my…’, de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. iii, p. 56

  p. 120 ‘How much is a pint?’, Lady Rothschild (Tess Mayor), conversation, 1 December 1992

  p. 120 ‘Paris is lugubrious…’, Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 182

  p. 121 ‘It suggested that de Gaulle…’, 4 January 1945, DCD

  p. 121 ‘I felt my brain slowing down…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 324

  p. 121 ‘chased out the Germans…’, Ponomarev, RGASPI 17/128/748

  p. 122 ‘The French authorities…’, NARA 751.00/5-1245

  11. LIBERATORS AND LIBERATED

  p. 124 ‘condemned to trade…’, Yves Farge, Le Pain de la corruption, p. 12

  p. 124 ‘Anyone found in possession…’, NARA 851.04413/1-545

  p. 125 ‘seize three…’, 27 July 1945, AN F/1 a/3249

  p. 125 ‘I am told…’, Caffery, NARA 851.5017/1-2947

>   p. 125 ‘Lise’s main sport…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 26

  p. 125 ‘The hats in Paris…’, Corporal Bob Baldrige, letter, 7 March 1945

  p. 125 ‘The easygoing manner…’, Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 13

  p. 126 ‘ardent and often very enterprising’, NARA 711.51/3-945

  p. 126 juvenile prostitution, Appendix E, SHAEF Mission, Progress Report of 16–31 May 1945

  p. 127 ‘all the Generals at SHAEF…’, 3 May 1945, DCD

  p. 127 ‘did not have a high opinion of Mr Caffery’, 3 October 1944, DD

  p. 127 ‘full of American businessmen…’, 21 September 1944, DCD

  p. 127 ‘It seems hardly believable’, 8 May 1945, DCD

  p. 127 ‘a quiet and unostentatious…’, NARA 851.00/2-1445

  p. 128 ‘the US is supplying inferior…’, US Embassy report, NARA 851.00/4-245

  p. 128 ‘One couldn’t help thinking…’, 18 July 1945, DCD

  p. 128 ‘They do not seem to be taking…’, SHAEF Mission to France, Progress Report No. 19,1–15 June 1945, NARA 851.00/6-2145

  p. 129 ‘in a premeditated plan…’, François Billoux, Quand nous étions ministres, p. 39

  p. 129 ‘it appears that they are American deserters…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 136

  p. 129 ‘barbarians…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 53

  p. 129 ‘increase in armed attacks’, 15 January 1946, AN F/1 a/3349

  p. 130 ‘an army of drivers…’, Alfred Fabre-Luce, Journal de la France, p. 667

  p. 130 ‘America symbolized…’, Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 28

  12. WRITERS AND ARTISTS IN THE LINE OF FIRE

  p. 131 ‘one could see…’, Alfred Fabre-Luce, Journal de la France, p. 653

  p. 132 ‘the European position of France’, Robert Aron, Histoire de Vichy, p. 685

  p. 132 ‘He failed with his death…’, Franc-Tireur, 24 August 1944

  p. 132 ‘The moral of the whole distressing story…’, letter to Victoria Ocampo, 2 April 1945, Grover Smith (ed.), Letters of Aldous Huxley, p. 518

  p. 133 ‘Paris is beautiful…’, Robert Brasillach, Journal d’un homme occupé, vol. vi, p. 560

  p. 134 ‘On the contrary…’, Baronne Élie de Rothschild, conversation, 30 October 1992

  p. 134 ‘What is this government…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 16

  p. 134 ‘I am the victim…’, Christian Gilles, Arletty ou la liberté d’être, p. 39

  p. 134 ‘France has got what she deserves!’, quoted Prince Jean-Louis de Faucigny-Lucinge, Un Gentilhomme cosmopolite, p. 183

  p. 137 ‘a queue of the damned…’, Jacques Benoist-Méchin, A l’Épreuve du temps, p. 392

  p. 137 ‘anti-sémite…’, 2 November 1944, NA-PRO FO 371/42013/Z 7349

  p. 137 ‘I never set foot…’, Céline, Copenhagen, 6 November 1946, NARA 851.00/6-2847

  p. 138 ‘Paulhan le Juste’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 38

  p. 138 ‘The Nazis…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal pendant l’Occupation, p. 290

  p. 138 ‘these “intellectuals” had provided…’, Pierre-Henri Teitgen, Faites entrer le témoin suivant, p. 248

  p. 140 ‘We must separate ourselves from the Jews…’, quoted ibid., p. 250

  p. 140 ‘with eloquence…’, Combat, 20 January 1945

  p. 141 ‘Personally, I regret…’, Gaston Palewski, Mémoires d’action, p. 225

  p. 142 ‘Why did you resign?’, Celia Goodman (ed.), Livingwith Koestler, p. 60

  p. 142 ‘the screen behind which…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 316

  p. 142 ‘police spy’, Annie Cohen-Solal, Paul Nizan, p. 253

  p. 143 ‘Not stupid…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, pp. 15–16

  13. THE RETURN OF EXILES

  p. 146 ‘Any news?’, Marguerite Duras, La Douleur, p. 15

  p. 146 ‘The days of tears…’, quoted ibid., p. 41

  p. 146 ‘Their faces were grey-green…’, Janet Flanner, Paris Journal, p. 26

  p. 146 ‘a greenish, waxen…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 244

  p. 147 ‘Gare de l’Est…’, Louise Alcan, Sans armes et sans bagages, p. 118

  p. 147 ‘You must see this…’, Mary Vaudoyer, conversation, 23 November 1992

  p. 148 ‘the best of the French’, Annette Wieviorka, Déportation et génocide, p. 88

  p. 149 ‘still dressed in the striped uniform…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 231

  p. 149 ‘musulmans’, from Dr Dvojetski, Revue d’histoire de la médecine hébraïque, Paris, No. 56, July 1962, pp. 55–91, CDJC

  p. 149 ‘Joy did not come…’, Pierre Daix, J’ai cru au matin, p. 143

  p. 149 ‘univers concentrationnaire’, Dvojetski, Revue d’histoire…, CDJC

  p. 149 ‘She had bought me…’, Raymond Ruffin, La Vie des Français au jour le jour, p. 171

  p. 151 ‘All the pictures…’, Gertrude Stein, Wars I Have Seen, p. 174

  p. 152 ‘an Aztec eagle’, Anne Chisolm, Nancy Cunard, p. 207

  p. 152 ‘a tall lanky Irishman…’, Deirdre Bair, Samuel Beckett, p. 207

  p. 152 ‘It’s better not to ask…’, Julien Green, Journal, p. 668

  p. 153 ‘Paris seemed terrifying to me…’, quoted Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 33

  p. 153 ‘There was a terrible moment…’, 10 September 1945, LDCP-CR

  p. 154 ‘the most expensive discomfort…’, quoted Philip Ziegler, King Edward VIII, p. 509

  p. 154 ‘One of the best dinners…’, 17 October 1945, DD

  p. 154 ‘At fifty…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 42

  p. 154 ‘so anxious to do right’, 28 October 1945, DCD

  14. THE GREAT TRIALS

  p. 156 ‘his neat, sallow head…’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol ii, p. 20

  p. 156 ‘The purge trials…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 46

  p. 157 ‘it was not possible…’, Claude Bouchinet-Serreulles, conversation, 23 November 1992

  p. 157 ‘One sees more and more…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 335

  p. 157 ‘la stricte exécution…’, Article 3 of decree of 28 November 1944, quoted Jacques Charpentier, Au Service de la Liberté, p. 256

  p. 158 ‘silently to surrender…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 27

  p. 158 32 per cent, Bulletin 16 August 1945, fieldwork 11–25 July, IFOP

  p. 158 ‘furious with de Gaulle…’, 30 April 1945, DD

  p. 159 ‘Why do you not…’, Charpentier, Au Service de la Liberté, p. 267

  p. 160 ‘The assembly exploded in anger…’, stenographic version of Comrade Popova’s report to the International Section of the Central Committee, 16 July 1945, RGASPI 17/128/748

  p. 161 ‘I made a fine speech’, Jacques Isorni, Philippe Pétain, p. 477

  p. 162 ‘They are putting the armistice…’, Charpentier, Au Service de la Liberté, p. 267

  p. 162 ‘was not a dishonourable…’, quoted Haute Cour de Justice, Le Procès du Maréchal Pétain

  p. 163 ‘The fat of his face…’, Janet Flanner, Paris Journal, p. 39

  p. 164 ‘for several months’, quoted Isorni, Philippe Pétain, pp. 400–401

  p. 165 ‘For four years…’, quoted Jean-Pierre Azéma, ‘La Milice’, 20ème Siècle, No. 28, December 1990, p. 104

  p. 165 ‘I amnot…’, Haute Cour de Justice, Le Procès du Maréchal Pétain, p. 257

  p. 165 ‘Each day…’, quoted Isorni, Philippe Pétain, p. 476

  p. 165 ‘Trust me…’, ibid., p. 393

  p. 166 ‘he was incapable…’, Comte René de Chambrun, conversation, 16 October 1992

  p. 166 ‘The examination procedure…’, article by Madeleine Jacob, Franc-Tireur,
6 October 1945

  p. 167 ‘Like Andalusian…’, Charpentier, Au Service de la Liberté, p. 268

  p. 167 ‘The Laval trial…’, Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 352

  p. 168 ‘If Laval is executed…’, ibid.

  p. 169 ‘The only time…’, Baronne Élie de Rothschild, conversation, 30 October 1992

  p. 169 ‘black-market queens’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 52

  15. HUNGER FOR THE NEW

  p. 170 ‘To be twenty…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 19

  p. 170 ‘Oh wonders!’ Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, Paris–Montpellier, p. 25

  p. 171 ‘resistance, black market…’, Marc Doelnitz, La Fête à Saint-Germain-des-Prés, p. 98

  p. 173 ‘We have only to imagine…’, 25 July 1945, DCD

  p. 174 ‘reactionary bourgeois philosophy’, A. A. Zhdanov, 11 June 1946, RGASPI 17/125/454

  p. 174 ‘a pretentious metaphysical thesis’, A. J. Ayer, Part of My Life, p. 284

  p. 174 ‘a charm…’, Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 576

  p. 175 ‘overflowing with charm…’, quoted Saint-Germain-des-Prés, p. 14

  p. 176 ‘désordres amoureux’, Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 589

  p. 176 ‘Sartre had a rather diabolical…’, quoted Deirdre Bair, Simone de Beauvoir, p. 345

  p. 176 ‘He discovered…’, J.-P. Sartre, ‘Merleau-Ponty’, Les Temps modernes, October 1961

  p. 177 ‘The impression…’, Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 586

  p. 177 ‘the Proust of marginal Paris’, Edmund White, Jean Genet, p. 196

  p. 177 ‘distrustful…’, Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 595

  p. 177 ‘a tall, blonde, elegant…’, Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 29

  p. 179 ‘he takes himself…’, ibid., p. 87

  p. 181 ‘first anti-revolutionary…’, Jean Cocteau, Journal, pp. 554,565

  p. 181 ‘Joining…’, L’Humanité, 30 October 1944

  p. 182 ‘This emaciated…’, 26 March 1947, DCP

  p. 182 ‘I must tell you…’, Signor to Stepanov, 22 April 1946, RGASPI 17/128/967

 

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