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Charles de Gaulle saviour of France's honour in 1940 and founder of the Fifth Republic in 1958 was a man of contradictions A conservative who brought the communists into his government and an imperialist who completed France's decolonisation in Algeria


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    This is a long book at 928 pages or 41 hours and 35 minutes in audiobook format Julian Jackson covers De Gaulle from childhood to death The book is well written and meticulously researched I have read a lot of books about World War I but I do not recall any author mentioning the role De Gaulle played in the Great War Jackson covers in detail De Gaulle’s role as a lieutenant in the WWIJackson appears to have done a good job in writing an unbiased biography of De Gaulle The author covers in depth De Gaulle’s role in World War II I must admit that when I started reading this book most of my knowledge about De Gaulle was based on my readings by Churchill and Eisenhower It was good to obtain an unbiased viewpoint of De Gaulle I learned about his role in WWII and as president of France I still do not have a high opinion of him One of his comments I cannot seem to get out of my mind is as follows “It is not the role of government to obtain proposals or seek consensus but to give orders” That statement seems to really bother me I also noted he tried to do away with political parties but was unsuccessful I enjoyed the book and learning about De Gaulle and also about the civil war with Algeria that De Gaulle triggered If you are interested in De Gaulle or French history you should give the book a tryI read this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible Julian Jackson is a British historian James Adams does a good job narrating the book I enjoyed his British accent Adams is a British audiobook narrator who now lives in the United States