|Title:||Grandeur and Misery of Victory|
|Publisher:||The Ryerson Press|
|Tags:||France, memoir, non-fiction, World War I, diplomacy|
Less a book than a pamphlet both melancholy and passionate, in which the sad controversies with Foch and Poincaré too often conceal the hard-hitting analyzes on the disastrous execution of the Treaty of Versailles. The Tiger had already perceived the march to war but also the death of the French language, the decolonization and the globalization of the power of America...—JPP @ Goodreads.com. [Suggest a different description.]
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