France Restored: Cold War Diplomacy and the Quest for Leadership in Europe, 1944-1954

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INDEX
Acheson, Dean G., 111, 127, 159; favors Franco-German rapprochement, 113-16; and German rearmament, 120, 140-43, 145, 155- 56, 164, 166-67, 173-74; supports Schuman Plan, 129
Action Républicaine Sociale (ARS), 182
Adenauer, Konrad, 160-61, 166, 187; opposes London accords, 101; elected chancellor, 113; opposes dismantling, 113, 115; favors German rearmament, 118-20, 135-39, 146-47, 152-53, 169, 176; and Saar, 121, 186; proposes Franco- German economic union, 122; and Europe, 123; seeks end to restrictions on Germany, 127; and Schuman Plan, 129; seeks revision of Occupation Statute, 158-59, 166; annoys Schuman, 164; and EDC, 174, 180, 184, 192, 194, 198-99; and German unification, 183. See also Germany; West Germany
Algerian war, 205
Allied Control Council (ACC): French membership in, 44, 49; French block work of, 51-54, 61, 82, 111; and German level of industry, 55, 58, 68-69, 78-79, 87-88
Allied High Commission (AHC), 112-13, 118, 136-38, 145, 147, 153, 156-58
Alphand, Hervé: wartime economic ideas of, 24, 38; seeks to exploit French zone, 45; pursues French control of Ruhr, 52-53, 58-59, 61, 94-95; seeks German coal, 67; and German rearmament, 125, 136, 150, 154; and EDC, 175, 178
Aron, Raymond, 173
Atlantic Alliance. See Western Alliance
Attlee, Clement, 154
Auriol, Vincent, 59, 70, 81, 95, 176, 182; opposes EDC, 155, 161-62, 172
Bank of France, 35, 64-65
Bao Dai, 117, 188
Basic Law, 102, 112
Bech, Joseph, 191
Belgium, 4, 77, 191
Benelux, 77, 93, 154, 162; and EDC, 191, 194, 198
Beneé, Edvard, 93
Bérard, Armand, 46, 135-36, 143, 153, 168, 176
Berlin, 94, 111, 159; blockade, 99, 103-5
Bermuda Conference, 184-85
Beuve-Méry, Hubert, 172
Bevin, Ernest: favors increased German industry, 69-70, 90; response to Marshall Plan, 74; and Brussels Treaty, 93; and NATO, 99; German policy of, 111-13, 115, 127; and German rearmament, 125, 138, 142, 145, 154, 162; reaction to Schuman Plan, 129-31; resignation, 155. See also Britain
Beyen, John-Willem, 191
Bidault, Georges, 3, 6, 176, 178; and CNR, 16, 18; view of de Gaulle, 18, 20, 21, 57, 221 (n. 40); pursues de Gaulle's foreign policy, 42, 57-59, 80; seeks control of Ruhr and Rhineland, 44, 68-69, 81, 87, 89-90; meets Byrnes, 50, 53; critical of Potsdam, 51; view of Russians, 57, 70, 71, 97; opposes new German administrative structures, 58-59; fails to gain hearing for French views, 60-61, 89-90;

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • TABLES & MAP viii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 The Founding Of The Fourth Republic And the Conditions For French Recovery 12
  • Chapter 2- The Limits Of Independence, 1944-1947 41
  • Chapter 3- No Longer A Great Power 72
  • Chapter 4- The Hard Road To Franco-German Rapprochement, 1948-1950 99
  • Chapter 5- Sound and Fury: the Debate Over German Rearmament 133
  • Chapter 6- The European Defense Community And French National Strategy 169
  • Conclusion 203
  • Notes 211
  • Bibliography 259
  • Index 281
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