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       Paris: After the Liberation 1944-1949, p.48
 

           Antony Beevor

  p. 295 ‘égocentrisme vertigineux’, Claude Mauriac, Un Autre de Gaulle, p. 286

  p. 295 ‘a spectacular success’, NARA 851.00/10-647

  p. 295 ‘a wonderful new tease…’, 23 October 1947, NMP

  p. 295 ‘very pleased with the story…’, 25 October 1947, DCD

  p. 296 ‘People talk only…’, André Gide and Roger Martin du Gard, Correspondance, p. 391

  p. 296 ‘when supposedly responsible…’, Top Secret to Bevin, 13 November 1947, DCP

  26. THE REPUBLIC AT BAY

  p. 297 ‘It was a remarkable…’, 28 October 1947, DCD

  p. 298 ‘to pull the rug…’, Caffery, 24 October 1947, NARA 851.00/ 10-2447

  p. 298 ‘that would bring de Gaulle…’, NARA 851.00/10-2947

  p. 299 ‘a sensitive man…’, Édouard Depreux, Souvenirs d’un militant, p. 248

  p. 300 ‘Do you realize…’, Roger Pannequin, Adieu camarades, p. 92

  p. 301 ‘The strikes were called…’, US Embassy translation of Political Orientation Instruction No. 1 of 26 December 1947, NARA 851.00/ 1-948

  p. 301 Le Populaire, Henri Noguères, conversation, 6 October 1989

  p. 302 ‘The Colonel…’, to Lady Redesdale, 25 November 1947, NMP

  p. 302 ‘The whole population…’, to Diana Mosley, 1 December 1947, NMP

  p. 303 ‘The train is jammed…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 119

  p. 304 ‘All seems quiet…’, 30 November 1947, DCD

  p. 304 ‘I told the Times man…’, to Diana Mosley, 1 December 1947, NMP

  p. 306 ‘Under these circumstances…’, US Embassy translation of Political Orientation Instruction No. 1,26 December 1947, NARA 851.00/ 1-948

  p. 306 ‘All Leclerc’s boys…’, to Diana Mosley, 5 December 1947, NMP

  p. 307 ‘gala occasion…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 120

  p. 307 ‘in spite of the fact…’, 2 December 1947, NMP

  p. 307 ‘conspicuous exceptions’, 10 December 1947, DCD

  p. 308 ‘heavy ivory grosgrain…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, pp. 121–2

  p. 308 ‘courageous and energetic…’, NARA 851.00/3-1247

  p. 309 ‘the psychological and political…’, NARA 851.00/4-1048

  27. THE GREAT BOOM OF SAINT-GERMAIN-DES-PRÉS

  p. 310 ‘people would come in…’, quoted Saint-Germain-des-Prés, p. 58

  p. 311 ‘From that moment…’, Paul Boubal, quoted in ‘Night and Day’ by Vincent Gille, ibid., p. 57

  p. 313 ‘He was a great one for jokes…’, Juliette Gréco, conversation, 30 October, 1993

  p. 314 ‘she pushed gossip…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 158

  p. 314 ‘full of inventive ideas…’, Juliette Gréco, conversation, 30 October 1993

  p. 314 ‘C’était une période…’, ibid.

  p. 316 ‘To be part of the very fabric…’, Marc Doelnitz, La Fête à Saint-Germain-des-Prés, p. 163

  p. 316 ‘THIS IS HOW…’, ibid., p. 165

  p. 316 ‘a violent form of exercise…’, Anne-Marie Cazalis, Les Mémoires d’une Anne, p. 83

  p. 317 ‘These poverty-stricken…’, quoted Samedi-Soir, 15 January 1949

  p. 318 ‘a drugstore…’, Janet Flanner, Paris Journal, p. 92

  p. 318 ‘Astruc was the only one…’, Juliette Gréco, conversation, 30 October 1993

  p. 318 ‘I don’t know how to sing…’, Juliette Gréco, Jujube, p. 139

  28. THE CURIOUS TRIANGLE

  p. 321 ‘Unable to be angry…’, 2 March 1948, NMP

  p. 322 ‘they had to engage…’, quoted Georgette Elgey, La République des illusions, p. 380

  p. 323 ‘the dissolution…’, NARA 851.00/4-1048

  p. 323 ‘that we had the strength…’, Raymond Aron, Mémoires, p. 230

  p. 323 ‘have given very careful thought…’, NARA 851.00/3-2448

  p. 323 ‘as proof of…’, NARA 851.00/5-1248

  p. 324 ‘the formation of a Reich…’, NA-PRO FO 371/72947/Z 4745

  p. 325 ‘You’re following a very bad policy…’, quoted Hervé Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 210

  p. 326 ‘Don’t ask why…’, General de Bénouville, conversation, 21 January 1993

  p. 326 ‘some forty Communists…’, NARA 851.00/8-948

  p. 327 ‘As seen from Moscow…’, NARA 851.00 B/10-1448

  p. 327 ‘in the present situation…’, RGASPI 17/128/595

  p. 328 ‘the arrest of…’, NARA 851.00/1-1749

  p. 328 ‘unhappily he hasn’t got…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 133

  p. 329 ‘France is the present front line…’, 2 a 1.48, NA-PRO FO 371/ 72953/Z 8941

  p. 329 ‘The government has decided…’, 20 November 1948 to Secretary of State for Information, AN F/1 a/4745

  p. 329 ‘any sort of negotiation…’, AN F/1 a/4745

  p. 329 ‘import licences…’, 17 November 1948, ibid.

  p. 330 ‘six months of strikes…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 131

  p. 330 ‘accepted a place…’, NARA 851.00/12-2948

  p. 330 ‘main target…’, Aleksei Myagkov, Inside the KGB, p. 23

  29. THE TREASON OF THE INTELLECTUALS

  p. 332 ‘The ignoble word…’, 12 March 1947, quoted Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal dans la grande pagaïe;, p. 212

  p. 332 ‘talk for hours…’, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, Paris–Montpellier, p. 46

  p. 333 ‘Are you sure…’, Jean Gager, conversation, 14 March 1993

  p. 333 ‘even though he was against…’, Soria to Kamenov, 16 September 1948, RGASPI 17/128/595

  p. 333 ‘hiding White Russian…’, Baranov report for Pravda, 18 April 1949, RGASPI 17/128/1186

  p. 333 ‘they’re going to accuse you…’, Louis Teuléry, conversation, 15 March 1993

  p. 334 ‘You’ve got to know…’, Pierre Daix, J’ai cru au matin, p. 216

  p. 334 Zoltÿn Szabó, letter to Rudolf Fischer, 15 March 1992; and Ivan Boldizsar, ‘On Zoltÿn Szabó’, New Hungarian Quarterly, vol. xxx, no. 114, Summer 1989

  p. 335 ‘Trotskyist and provocateur’, Fitin to Suslov, 27 June 1946, RGASPI 17/128/967

  p. 335 ‘There are two ideological…’, 16 September 1948, RGASPI 17/128/ 595

  p. 335 ‘bourgeois reactionary philosophy’, 11 June 1946, RGASPI 17/125/ 454

  p. 335 ‘lived in a bubble’, Annie Cohen-Solal, Sartre, p. 310

  p. 340 ‘She’s a prepossessing blonde…’, Nina Berberova, L’Affaire Kravchenko, p. 77

  p. 340 ‘They’re not the public…’, ibid., p. 96

  p. 340 ‘She did not come…’, ibid., p. 79

  p. 341 Kuibyshev, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, GulagArchipelago, vol. iii, London: Collins & Harvill, 1978, p. 48

  p. 342 ‘At first when K….’, Celia Goodman (ed.), Livingwith Koestler, p. 100

  p. 343 ‘On that evening…’, Arthur and Cynthia Koestler, Stranger on the Square, p. 72

  p. 344 ‘the intellectual method…’, Les Temps modernes, no. 81, July 1952

  p. 344 ‘Such a polemic…’, Raymond Aron, L’Opium des intellectuels, p. 70

  p. 344 ‘With his eyes shining…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 189

  30. AMERICANS IN PARIS

  p. 349 ‘like Christmas morning…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 125

  p. 349 ‘The sun never…’, Arthur Miller, Time Bends, pp. 157–9

  p. 350 ‘Despite the waterfall…’, Truman Capote, Answered Prayers, p. 74

  p. 350 ‘leathery little basement bar’, ibid., p. 37

  p. 350 ‘he was the victim…’, John MalcolmBrinnin, Truman Capote, London: Sidgwick, 1987, p. 41

  p. 350 ‘white mushroom’, Deirdre Bair, Simone de Beauvoir, p. 403

  p. 351 ‘Wall-eyed…’, Capote, Answered Prayers, p. 38

  p. 351 ‘For God’s sake…’, quoted Christopher Sawyer-Lauçanno, The Continual Pilgrimage, p. 69

  p. 352 ‘We ho
pe to hold…’, 13 May 1948, LC-AHP 271

  p. 353 ‘We have developed…’, Seattle, 18 August 1947, LC-AHP 273

  p. 353 ‘unwarranted interference…’, Department of State Bulletin, 16 November 1947, p. 937, quoted Rudi Abramson, Spanningthe Century, p. 419

  p. 354 ‘La 5e Colonne…’, headline in L’Humanité, 10 December 1948

  p. 355 ‘The boys had all been…’, Letitia Baldrige, Diamonds and Diplomats, p. 4

  p. 355 ‘the need to send…’, 29 December 1948, AN F/1a/4745

  p. 356 ‘At times…’, Tom Wilson, conversation, 14 November 1992

  p. 356 ‘The Embassy flag…’, 14 May 1949, BD

  p. 356 ‘simple Sunday night dinner’, 5 June 1949, BD

  p. 357 ‘Boni de Castellane’s…’, 1 June 1949, BD

  p. 357 ‘What a fine man…’, 28 May 1949, BD

  p. 357 ‘My boy’ and ‘Dean dear’, Lucius Battle, conversation, 6 November 1992

  p. 357 ‘Haven’t they got…’, ibid.

  p. 357 ‘after a steady…’, 18 June 1949, BD, and Evangeline Bruce, conversation, 7 November 1992

  p. 357 ‘I want to drink a toast…’, Lucius Battle, conversation, 6 November 1992

  p. 358 ‘As usual, there is a financial crisis…’, 16 June 1949, BD

  p. 359 ‘la Coca-colonisation…’, 19 October 1949, BD

  p. 359 ‘It is a clear case of discrimination…’, 3 December 1949, BD

  p. 360 ‘the pederasts of…’, Action, 6 October 1949, quoted Jean-Pierre Bernard, Paris Rouge, p. 71

  p. 360 ‘Each evening…’, L’Humanité, 15 May 1952, quoted ibid., p. 93

  31. THE TOURIST INVASION

  p. 361 ‘une véritable…’, copy of letter from F. Roger to Pommery & Greno Champagne, 29 September 1945, DCP

  p. 361 ‘We are informed…’, 14 April 1949, NMP

  p. 362 ‘You should have seen them…’, 31 August 1949, NMP

  p. 362 ‘gold swizzle sticks…’, Art Buchwald, Paris after Dark, p. 67

  p. 362 ‘like a young Scott Fitzgerald…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 163

  p. 363 ‘to have her mattress…’, 9 June 1949, BD

  p. 364 ‘a sexy piece…’, 20 September 1949, BD

  p. 365 ‘with some pretty odd…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 154

  p. 366 ‘It’s a small…’, 18 February 1947, LDCP-CR

  p. 367 ‘belt out a number…’, Buchwald, Paris after Dark, p. 83

  p. 367 ‘Josephine Baker…’, Michael MacLiammoir, Put Money in Thy Purse, London: Columbus, 1976, pp. 81–2

  32. PARIS SERA TOUJOURS PARIS

  p. 369 ‘There seems to be…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quay d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 151

  p. 369 ‘The average Frenchman…’, Janet Flanner, Paris Journal, p. 82

  p. 369 ‘The word “plan”…’, NARA 711.51/11-848

  p. 370 ‘While I do not desire…’, NARA 851.00/2-1049

  p. 370 ‘but by the end of 1949…’, LC-AHP, 954

  p. 371 ‘Quietest May Day…’, NARA 851.00(W)/5-649

  p. 372 ‘Some fruit…’, Frank Giles, The Locust Years, p. 112

  p. 373 ‘an astonishing…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal dans la grande pagaïe;, pp. 278–9

  33. RECURRING FEVERS

  p. 374 ‘The General’s stock…’, Frank Giles, The Locust Years, p. 111

  p. 375 ‘in an embrace…’, Schuman to Sir Oliver Franks, quoted Peter Hennessy, Never Again, p. 399

  p. 376 ‘The fresh air of Soviet art…’, quoted Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal dans la grande pagaïe, p. 135

  p. 376 ‘American imperialism…’, Pierre Daix, L’Ordre et l’aventure, pp. 233–4

  p. 376 ‘the production line…’, ibid.

  p. 377 ‘an article by Joliot…’, Pierre Daix, Aragon, p. 372

  p. 378 ‘not all truths…’, Jacqueline Ventadour-Hélion, conversation, 22 January 1993

  p. 379 ‘their party…’, L’Humanité, 9 November 1956, quoted Jean-Pierre Bernard, Paris Rouge, p. 54

  p. 382 ‘In any case…’, unpublished manuscript of General Jean-Louis du Temple de Rougemont

  p. 382 ‘A second clandestine…’, Aleksei Myagkov, Inside the KGB, pp. 23–4

  p. 384 ‘salute in one single motion…’, from the Military Governor of Paris, quoted Henry Rousso, The Vichy Syndrome, p. 89

  p. 386 ‘Mitterrand shook the hand…’, Henri Amouroux, conversation, 12 March 1993

  p. 386 ‘The collaboration…’, Paxton, interview in Libération, 9 June 1993

  p. 387 ‘quasi-erotic charge’, Tony Judt, Un Passé imparfait, p. 352

  p. 387 ‘It is thus…’, Marc Doelnitz, La Fête à Saint-Germain-des-Prés, p. 11

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