References

UNPUBLISHED SOURCES

AN

Archives Nationales, Paris

AVP

Archives Nationales, Paris

BD

Bruce Diaries, Virginia Historical Society

CDJC

Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine, Paris

DCD

Duff Cooper diary

DCP

Duff Cooper papers

DD

Diary of Brigadier Denis Daly, British Military Attaché

ICG

Archives Nationales, Paris

IFOP

Institut FranÇais d’Opinion Publique

JO

Journal Officiel

LC-AHP

Library of Congress, Averell Harriman papers

LDCP

Lady Diana Cooper papers

LDCP-CR

Diana Cooper correspondence with Conrad Russell

NARA *

National Archives and Records Administration, Washington,

 

DC

NMP

Nancy Mitford papers

NA-PRO

National Archives, Public Record Office, Kew

RGASPI

Rossiisky Gosudarstvenny Arkhiv Sotsialno-Politeskoi Istorii
     (Russian State Archive for Social-Political History), Moscow

PREFACE

p. ix ‘recurring fever’, Jean Monnet, Mémoires, p. 261

1. THE MARSHAL AND THE GENERAL

p. 4     ‘You are a general…’, Charles de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. i, p. 53

p. 5     ‘Ah! If only I could be sure…’, ibid., p. 44

p. 5     ‘poor relations…’, E. Spears, Assignment to Catastrophe, vol. ii, p. 138

p. 5     ‘C’est la dislocation!’, ibid., p. 143

p. 5     ‘We would fight on…’, ibid., p. 150   

p. 6     ‘the destruction of the country…’, Paul Reynaud, Au Coeur de la mêlée, p. 743

p. 6     ‘at the last quarter of an hour’, ibid.

p. 7     ‘with some annoyance…’, Spears, p. 288

p. 8     ‘as if it were a commercial company…’, Peter Novick, The Resistance versus Vichy, p. 17

p. 9     ‘Oh, Malraux…’, Jean Lacouture, De Gaulle, the Rebel, p. 212

2. THE PATHS OF COLLABORATION AND RESISTANCE

p. 12     ‘the gaze fixed…’, Henri du Moulin de Labarthète, Le Temps des illusions, p. 50

p. 12     ‘I collaborate…’, 22 December 1940, AN F/1 a/3657

p. 12     ‘much surprise was expressed…’, 23 November 1944, NA-PRO FO 371/42102/Z 8288

p. 13     ‘femmes de mauvaise vie’, 15 May 1943, AN F/1 a/3657

p. 13     ‘I swear to fight…’, quoted Azéma, ‘La Milice’, 20ème siècle

p. 14     ‘This General dares…’, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, Paris– Montpellier, p. 14

p. 14     ‘You are all alone…’, R. Cassin, Les Hommes partis de rien, p. 76

p. 18     ‘des lendemains…’, Gabriel Péri, Une Vie de combat, p. 126

3. THE RESISTANCE OF THE INTERIOR AND THE MEN OF LONDON

p. 20     ‘This Admiral knows…’, Édouard Herriot, Épisodes, p. 75

p. 22     ‘a Gaullist and royalist…’, Sir Brooks Richards, letter to the authors, with notes on the original MS, 5 November 1993

p. 22     ‘skunk’, NA-PRO PREM 3 446

p. 22     New Year’s Eve dinner, Susan Mary Alsop, conversation, 5 January 1993

p. 24     ‘émiettée’, Claude Bouchinet-Serreulles, conversation, 23 November 1992

p. 25     ‘a good idea’, Dimitrov to Dekanazov, Vice People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs, 8 February 1943, RGASPI 495/74/532

p. 27     ‘nothing was more like…’, General de Bénouville, conversation, 21 January 1993

p. 27     ‘Vichy à la sauce…’, Henri Noguères, conversation, 6 October 1989

p. 28     ‘It’s our trial’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 591

p. 29     ‘It’s pandemonium’, Hervé Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 177

p. 29     ‘Has it occurred…’, Henri Amouroux, La Grande Histoire des Français sous l’Occupation, vol. viii, p. 546

p. 30     ‘I do not shake…’, Charles de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. ii. p. 376

p. 30     ‘the clergy…’, Gaston Palewski, Mémoires d’action, p. 216

4. THE RACE FOR PARIS

p. 35     ‘forty Germans were killed…’, Henri Amouroux, La Grande Histoire des Français sous l’Occupation, vol. viii, p. 650

p. 37     ‘Chacun son Boche!’, proclamation of 22 August 1944, quoted Adrien Dansette, Histoire de la Libération de Paris, p. 508

p. 38     ‘I arrive…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal pendant l’Occupation, p. 259

p. 38     ‘The whole neighbourhood…’, ibid., p. 261

p. 39     ‘Horch convertible…’, AN F/1 a/3254

p. 39     ‘his white habit…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 287

p. 42     ‘I’ll make him talk…’, John Mowinckel, conversation, 15 October 1992

p. 42     ‘General Hemingway…’, Jeffrey Myers, Hemingway, p. 408

p. 43     ‘You are lucky’, Charles de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. ii, p. 302

p. 44 ‘That day Leclerc’s division…’, Amouroux, La Grande Histoire des Français sous L’Occupation, vol. viii, p. 684

p. 45     ‘enormous disorder…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, pp. 609–10

p. 45     ‘The greatness of man…’, Combat, 25 August 1944, quoted Paul Marie de la Gorce, L’Après Guerre, p. 10

p. 45     ‘gave her a lot…’, Julien Green, Journal, p. 669

p. 46     ‘A vibrant crowd surrounds…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal pendant l’Occupation, p. 276

p. 47     ‘abandoned by their officers…’, ibid., p. 280

p. 47     ‘were mixed up together…’, Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 295

p. 49     ‘One would have liked…’, Léonard Rist, quoted Charles Rist, Une Saison gâtée, p. 432

p. 50     ‘The request of Georges Bidault…’, René Brouillet, conversation, 15 October 1992

p. 51     ‘were not very good’, 25 August 1944, BD

p. 51     ‘débauche de fraternité’, Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 13

5. LIBERATED PARIS

p. 53     ‘The combination was enough…’, 25 August 1944, BD

p. 54     ‘C’est un plébiscite’, Bulletin No. 1, 1 October 1944, IFOP

p. 54     ‘There took place…’, Charles de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. ii, p. 313

p. 54     ‘Mixed in the immense crowd…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 612

p. 55     ‘cut in half’, Jean Cocteau, Journal 1942–1945, p. 534

p. 55     ‘The heroes multiplied…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal pendant l’Occupation, p. 284

p. 56     ‘The effect was fantastic…’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol. ii, p. 211

p. 56     ‘Public order…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 301

p. 57     ‘like a marriage feast’, Philippe Robrieux, Histoire intérieure du parti communiste, vol. ii, p. 20

p. 57     ‘For shit’s sake…’, quoted ibid., vol. i, p. 519

p. 60     ‘the spoken word…’, Beauvoir, La Force de l’âge, p. 599

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

p. 183  ‘What did you…’, Dominique Desanti, Les Staliniens, p. 6

p. 183  ‘Monsieur, I would have you know…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 27

p. 184  ‘the bourgeois theatre…’, Jean-François Gravier, Paris: Le Désert français, p. 87

p. 185  ‘a nostalgia for…’, Edmund Wilson, A Literary Chronicle of the Forties, p. 112

16. AFTER THE DELUGE

p. 187  ‘You just don’t…’, Nancy Mitford, The Blessing, p. 173

p. 187  ‘One rule here…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 34

p. 188  ‘expecting to be treated…’, General Count de Rougemont, as told to Susan Mary Alsop, conversation, 2 November 1992

p. 188  ‘One asked nothing…’, Martha Gellhorn, A Honeyed Peace, p. 11

p. 188  ‘A Free French officer…’, Guy de Rothschild, The Whims of Fortune, p. 149

p. 188  ‘Oh! All that’s…’, Prince Jean-Louis de Faucigny-Lucinge, Un Gentilhomme cosmopolite, p. 189

p. 189  ‘Führer of Champagne’, Odette Pol Roger, conversation, 10 October 1989

p. 189  ‘the house smelled…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 27

p. 190  ‘We were told…’, Popova’s report to Ponomarev, 16 July 1945, RGASPI 17/128/748

p. 190  ‘has more orders…’, 29 November 1945, LDCP-CR

p. 191  ‘They crouch…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 35

p. 191  ‘Today I heard an old…’, Charlotte Mosley (ed.), Love from Nancy, p. 96

p. 191  ‘Monsieur le duc…’, Duc de Brissac, Mémoires, p. 151

p. 191  ‘The French…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 5

p. 192  ‘a Scandinavian student…’, Claus von Bülow, conversation, 14 December 1992

p. 192  ‘He can do no good…’, to Lascelles, 26 November 1945, DCP

p. 192  ‘to entertain official personages…’, to Lascelles, 5 November 1945, DCP

p. 192  ‘Wally drew me aside…’, 12 December 1945, DD

p. 192  ‘I told him…’, 15 December 1945, DD

p. 192  ‘The famous charm…’, Lascelles, letter, 17 November 1945, DCP

p. 193  ‘You ought to marry…’, to Diana Mosley, 15 June 1946, NMP

p. 193  ‘the rights of passion…’, Mosley (ed.), Love from Nancy, p. 218

p. 193  ‘I end up…’, ibid., p. 215

p. 194  ‘we hadn’t been there two minutes…’, 5 June 1946, NMP

p. 194  ‘Does it not occur to you…’, quoted Selina Hastings, Nancy Mitford, p. 179

17. COMMUNISTS IN GOVERNMENT

p. 195  ‘I’ve seen this man…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, pp. 254–5

p. 197  ‘at least one girl…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 31

p. 197  ‘This victory had been far away…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 42

p. 197  ‘too exhausted…’, Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal depuis la Libération, p. 252

p. 197  ‘the principal reason…’, Stepanov for Dimitrov, received 2 February 1945, RGASPI 17/128/43

p. 199  ‘Every week…’, NARA 851.00/2-1445

p. 200  ‘tristement petit-bourgeois’, Dominique Desanti, Les Staliniens, p. 53

p. 201  ‘efforts to bring about…’, NARA 851.00/6-2245

p. 201  ‘No word…’, NARA 851.00/6-1445

p. 202  ‘cynical Hitlerian…’, Musée des Deux Guerres, Buton, p. 154

p. 202  ‘For the whole period…’, 15 June 1945, RGASPI 17/128/748

18. THE ABDICATION OF CHARLES XI

p. 203  ‘De Gaulle is much blamed…’, 9 June 1945, DCD

p. 203  ‘When I asked him…’, NARA 851.00/6-1545

p. 203  ‘When people…’, Claude Bouchinet-Serreulles, conversation, 23 November 1992

p. 203  ‘a hypersensitive loner…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 343

p. 204  ‘England was preparing…’, Charles de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. iii, p. 181

p. 205  ‘owing to recent events…’, 28 June 1945, DCD

p. 205  ‘intended to retire…’, 27 June 1945, DCD

p. 205  ‘l’intendance suivra’, quoted Frank Giles, The Locust Years, p. 20

p. 206  ‘with de Gaulle…’, Winant to Secretary of State, NARA 851.00/ 6-1845

p. 206  ‘why France saw the world…’, de Gaulle, Mémoires de guerre, vol. iii, p. 181

p. 206  ‘A country which…’, General Impression of France, NARA 851.00/ 8-2445

p. 209  ‘I never liked or admired…’, 13 November 1945, DCD

p. 209 ‘le caractère national…’, quoted Jean Lacouture, De Gaulle, Le Politique, p. 217

p. 209  ‘It’s de Gaulle…’, Luizet’s report to Ministry of the Interior, 20 November 1945, AN F/1a/3201

p. 211  ‘Yesterday we were tricked…’, Directeur des RG au DG de SN, 21 November 1943, AN F/1a/3201

p. 211  ‘that the Communists…’, 3 December 1946, DCD

p. 211  ‘There are only two real…’, Caffery, secret telegramto Secretary of State, 6 December 1945, NARA 851.00/12-745

p. 212  ‘You talk of greatness…’, Jean Monnet, Mémoires, p. 270

p. 213  ‘was looking ill…’, 1 January 1945, DD

p. 213  ‘their games…’, André Astoux, L’Oubli, p. 79

p. 213  ‘felt bound up…’, Claude Bouchinet-Serreulles, conversation, 23 November 1992

p. 214  ‘On January 20th…’, Duff Cooper, Old Men Forget, p. 365

p. 214  ‘Gentlemen, I have decided…’, 21 January 1946, DD

p. 214  ‘was as usual very interesting…’, 22 January 1946, DCD

p. 214  ‘a political crisis…’, NARA 851.00/1-2046

p. 215  ‘caused hardly a ripple…’, NARA 851.00/2-2546

p. 215  ‘demonstrated their satisfaction…’, AN F/1a/3201

p. 216  ‘You cannot imagine…’, Hervé Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 192

p. 216  ‘His stomach…’, Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time, vol. ii, p. 213

p. 217  ‘Passy said that…’, Brigadier Daly, Top Secret to Deputy Director Military Intelligence, 21 April 1946, DD

19. THE SHADOW-THEATRE: PLOTS AND COUNTER-PLOTS

p. 221  ‘cette femme’ and ‘Very well indeed…’, 4 April 1946, DD

p. 221  ‘The severe judgements…’, Philippe Boegner (ed.), Carnets du Pasteur Boegner, p. 323

p. 222  ‘unemployed’ [‘en chômage’], 22 November 1945, DCD

p. 222  ‘the Communist Party had paid…’ 17 December 1945, DD

p. 222  ‘How many pupils…’, quoted letter to Deputy Director Military Intelligence, 4 April 1946, DD

p. 224  ‘new political movement…’, 4 February 1946, DCD

p. 224  ‘I have the honour to report…’, NARA 851.00/2-2546

p. 224  ‘favourable to chaos…’, NARA 85.011/5-146

p. 225  Marie-Madeleine Fourcade, John Bruce-Lockhart, conversation, 3 July 1993; Bruce-Lockhart, the MI6 chief of station in Paris, worked with her closely

p. 226 ‘the Communists would create incidents…’, 15 March 1946, DD

p. 226  ‘The circulation…’, NARA 851.00/3-1446

p. 226  ‘Clement Fried…’, NARA 751.61/5-146

p. 227  ‘While it is difficult to state…’, NARA 851.00/3-1446

p. 227  ‘to effect movement…’, War Department, Top Secret to General MacNarney, NARA 851.00/5-346

p. 228  ‘General MacNarney should not be given…’, NARA 851.00/5-346

p. 229  ‘As you may already know…’, NARA 851.00/3-1247

20. POLITICS AND LETTERS

p. 230  ‘the nation’s perfect baby…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal dans la drôle de paix, p. 251

p. 231  ‘competent source’, Caffery, NARA 851.00/4-2046

p. 231  ‘plebiscite for or against Communism’, NARA 851.011/5-146

p. 231  ‘the Cossacks…’, NARA 851.00/5-846

p. 231  ‘I managed to…’, Claude Mauriac, Un Autre de Gaulle, p. 190

p. 232  ‘They imagine that France…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 59

p. 233  ‘We have discovered…’, André Dewavrin, conversation, 20 November 1992

p. 233  ‘I hope we won’t set off…’, Colonel Passy, Mémoires du chef des services secrets de la France Libre, p. 23

p. 234  ‘You’ve been poisoned’, ibid.

p. 234  ‘It appears that the more the affair…’, NARA 851.00/6-1846

p. 235  ‘made a good speech…’, 12 May 1946, DCD

p. 235  ‘I will perhaps…’, Mauriac, Un Autre de Gaulle, p. 194

p. 235  ‘will be President…’, 11 May 1946, DCD

p. 236  ‘intensive anti-Communist…’, Robert Murphy, Top Secret to Secretary of State, NARA 851.00/5-2446

p. 236  ‘deeply chagrined’, NARA 851.00/5-2546

p. 237  ‘the worst catastrophe…’, Robert Murphy, Top Secret to Secretary of State, NARA 851.00/5-2566

p. 238  ‘struck a more responsive…’, NARA 851.00/6-2046

21. THE DIPLOMATIC BATTLEGROUND

p. 239  ‘We do not know…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 47

p. 239  ‘After twenty-four hours…’, ibid., p. 55

p. 240  ‘The next item…’, 1 May 1946, DCD

p. 240  ‘Agreement was reached…’, 2 May 1946, DCD

p. 240  ‘Tell Duff…’, 30 April 1946, DCD

p. 240  ‘I had Mme Duhamel…’, 9 May 1946, DCD

p. 241  ‘Luce is a queer duck…’, 16 May 1949, BD

p. 241  ‘madly in love…’, 1 May 1946, DCD

p. 241  ‘She is as pretty as ever…’, 2 December 1944, DCD

p. 241  ‘Mrs O.R. isa…’, 4 May 1946, DCD

p. 242  ‘was an irretrievable…’, 17 May 1946, DCD

p. 242  ‘a strong Germany to fight…’, 26 May 1946, DCD

p. 242  ‘une certaine nervosité’, 27 May 1946, AN F/1 a/3364

p. 243  ‘has not taken any steps…’, Ponomarev to Molotov and Malenkov, 16 February 1946, RGASPI 17/128/967

p. 244  ‘I’m told the…’, to Diana Mosley, 9 August 1946, NMP

p. 244  ‘more class distinction than ever’, 10 August 1946, LDCP-CR

p. 244  “‘Old Tawm”…’, Cyrus Sulzberger, A LongRow of Candles, p. 295

p. 245  ‘Senator Vandenberg beside me…’, Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 60

p. 245  ‘It is odd…’, 25 September 1946, DCD

p. 245  ‘France is on the verge…’, 21 October 1946, NMP

p. 246  Bogomolov, the Soviet ambassador, Princesse Ghislaine de Polignac, conversation, 1 July 1992

p. 246  ‘the French Communist Party…’, Mamaine Paget, quoted Celia Goodman (ed.), Livingwith Koestler, p. 36

p. 248  ‘He subordinated…’, Simone de Beauvoir, La Force des choses, p. 126

p. 249  ‘a true fighter’, ibid., p. 129

p. 249  ‘The Communists are right…’, ibid., p. 13

22. THE FASHIONABLE WORLD

p. 250  ‘Yes, true Parisiennes…’, Lise Deharme in Les Lettres françaises, 21 October 1944, quoted Jean-Pierre Bernard, Paris Rouge, p. 102

p. 252  ‘I finally had the idea…’, Susan Train (ed.), Le Théâtre de la mode, p. 64

p. 253  ‘Paris always has…’, Bettina Ballard, In My Fashion, p. 211

p. 253 ‘No one is going to come…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, pp. 83–4

p. 255  ‘the paddock is overrun…’, 6 February 1946, AN F/1 a/3255

p. 255  ‘the owner of…’, Guy de Rothschild, The Whims of Fortune, p. 101

p. 255  ‘L’intoxiqué…’, François Billoux, Quand nous étions ministres, p. 75

p. 255  ‘Allow me…’, quoted Georgette Elgey, La République des illusions, p. 245

p. 257  ‘on ne parle…’, to Violet Hammersley, 6 July 1948, Charlotte Mosley (ed.), Love from Nancy, p. 217

p. 257  ‘Neither Balmain norI…’, Christian Dior, Dior by Dior, p. 210

p. 257  ‘Gertrude Stein with her…’, Ballard, In My Fashion, p. 229

p. 258  “‘WHERE is ‘Miss…’, Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 93

p. 258  ‘She is living…’, 27 February 1947, DCD

p. 258  ‘People shout…’, 6 December 1947, Mosley (ed.), Love from Nancy, p. 196

p. 258  ‘a strange woman…’, to Diana Mosley, 29 October 1947, NMP

p. 259  ‘The London New Look…’, to Violet Hammersley, 6 July 1948; Mosley (ed.), Love from Nancy, p. 217

23. A TALE OF TWO CITIES

p. 260  ‘There is the Paris…’, Paul Laurent, L’Avant-Garde, 20 December 1950, quoted Jean-Pierre Bernard, Paris Rouge, p. 10

p. 260  ‘architecture is nothing else…’, Jean-François Gravier, Paris:Le Désert français, p. 171

p. 261  ‘slums which ruin…’, Préfet de la Seine au Conseil Municipal, AVP 51 Db

p. 261 ‘One cannot…’, Gravier, Paris: Le Désert français, p. 191

p. 263  ‘Perhaps this year…’, Jean Gager, conversation, 14 March 1993

p. 264  ‘the food position…’, SHAEF mission, Progress Report No. 19,1-15.6.45, NARA 851.00/6-2145

p. 266  ‘The dead generally take…’, quoted Georgette Elgey, La République des illusions, p. 181

p. 267  ‘I’msuffering today…’, 1 January 1946, LDCP-CR

p. 267  ‘I gave them a delicious dinner…’, GrahamPayne and Sheridan Morley (eds.), The Noël Coward Diaries, London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1982, p. 55,6 April 1946

p. 267  ‘two pheasants…’, Janet Flanner, Paris Journal, p. 48

p. 268  ‘caressed the cans…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 24

p. 268 ‘the women come to work…’, AN F/1a/3255

p. 269  ‘It’s the foundation…’, Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal dans la grande pagaïe;, p. 18

p. 269  ‘In most of these brothels…’, Jean Oberlé, La Vie d’artiste, p. 93

p. 270  ‘Every breath…’, to Diana Mosley, 26 December 1946, NMP

p. 270  ‘I never saw anything…’, ibid.

p. 271  ‘It’s a triumph…’, 15 March 1946, LDCP-CR

24. FIGHTING BACK AGAINST THE COMMUNISTS

p. 272  ‘It looks as though…’, 12 April 1946, DCD

p. 272  ‘through the CGT…’, Suslov to Zhdanov, report on meeting 19 July 1946, RGASPI 17/128/967

p. 272  ‘After the CGT…’, Alain Signor to Stepanov, 22 April 1946, RGASPI 17/128/967

p. 272  ‘very weak’, ibid.

p. 273  ‘Such a compromise…’, quoted André Astoux, L’Oubli, p. 93

p. 274  ‘I’d prefer to…’, André Philip, quoted Georgette Elgey, La République des illusions, p. 231

p. 274  ‘a man who has stood…’, quoted Jean Galtier-Boissière, Mon Journal dans la grande pagaïe;, p. 36

p. 275  ‘align France with the Soviets…’, NARA 751.61/3-447

p. 275  ‘The French enjoyed…’, Susan Mary Alsop, To Marietta from Paris, p. 92

p. 276  ‘brutal candour…’, Dean Acheson, Present at the Creation, p. 213

p. 276  ‘When we were convened…’, ibid., p. 219

p. 276  ‘I believe that it must be…’, ibid., p. 222

p. 277  ‘very effective administrator’, NARA 851.105/5-2147

p. 278  ‘At the same time…’, NARA 851.00/7-947

p. 280  ‘Madame de Gaulle clicked away…’, Jacques Soustelle, Vingt-huit ans de Gaullisme, p. 45

p. 280  ‘ladies in mink…’, ibid., p. 48

p. 281  ‘Sister of Hitler’s mistress…’, Charlotte Mosley (ed.), Love from Nancy, p. 180

p. 281  ‘Like the Archangel…’, to Gaston Palewski, 12 April 1947, NMP

p. 283  ‘Churchill, his tail-coat…’, Jacques Dumaine, Quai d’Orsay, 1945–51, p. 120

p. 283  ‘Make no mistake…’, quoted Claude Mauriac, Un Autre de Gaulle, p. 283

p. 284  ‘he was suddenly transfigured’, ibid., p. 289

25. THE SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY

p. 286  ‘Examples of such solidarity…’, Hervé Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 198

p. 286  ‘There was almost entire agreement…’, 17 June 1947, DCD

p. 286  ‘flagrante et obstinée’, Georges Bidault, D’une Résistance à l’autre, p. 152

p. 287  ‘impressed upon him…’, 30 June 1947, DCD

p. 287  ‘go straight ahead…’, 1 July 1947, DCD

p. 287  ‘seeing Molotov…’, Alphand, L’Étonnement d’être, p. 201

p. 287  ‘All is going well…’, 7 July 1947, DCD

p. 288  ‘lofty and demanding… Ifwedonot get…’, Sir Isaiah Berlin, conversation, 12 August 1993

p. 288  ‘strongly objected…’, 16 July 1947, DCD

p. 288  ‘it was very badly received’, 17 July 1947, DCD

p. 289  ‘as though it were a treasure’, Edmund White, Jean Genet, p. 344

p. 290  ‘a surrealist meal…’, quoted Henri Béhar, André Breton, p. 382

p. 290  ‘We’re ruined!’, quoted James Lord, Giacometti, p. 311

p. 290  ‘It’s wonderful…’, Béhar, André Breton, p. 383

p. 291  ‘such a separation…’, RGASPI 77/3/94

p. 291  ‘France has sacrificed…’, ibid.

p. 292  ‘Comrade Stalin has said…’, RGASPI 77/3/95

p. 292  ‘to avoid problems’, Duclos, RGASPI 77/3 c/98

p. 292  ‘lie’, Thorez, 1 October 1947, RGASPI 17/128/265

p. 293  ‘Information on attack groups…’, RGASPI 77/3/95

p. 293  ‘full of glamorous…’, Celia Goodman (ed.), Livingwith Koestler, p. 58

p. 294  ‘anti-semitic…’ quoted ibid., p. 60

p. 294  ‘received in return a long letter…’, Arthur and Cynthia Koestler, Stranger on the Square, pp. 68–9

p. 294  ‘At times she reminded me…’, ibid., p. 72

p. 294  ‘in which Le Petit…’, Mamaine Paget, letter 4 November 1947, quoted Goodman (ed.), Livingwith Koestler, p. 62. This was published in the magazine Occident in 1948 under the title ‘Les Temps héroïques’.

p. 294  ‘On n’embastille pas Voltaire’, Philippe Dechartre, conversation, 1 July 1992

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 hope 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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