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Douglas Johnson

25 April 1991
The Battle of France: Six weeks which changed the world 
by Philip Warner.
Simon and Schuster, 275 pp., £16, April 1990, 0 671 71030 3
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The Last War between Britain and France 1940-1942 
by Warren Tute.
Collins, 334 pp., £16, January 1990, 0 00 215318 1
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Darlan 
by Hervé Coutau-Bégarie and Claude Huan.
Fayard, 873 pp., frs 190, May 1989, 2 213 02271 2
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... one of the major French biographies of recent years. This is all the more necessary since Warren Tute gives neither references nor bibliography in his book, whilst the large volume written by HervéCoutau-Bégarie and Claude Huan (a former naval captain) is sustained by a considerable quantity of both public and private archives. They suggest that one should not exaggerate Darlan’s Anglophobia before 1940 ...

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