Felix Eboue, French Resistance, Afraican Affairs, French Africa
On July 14, 1944, The New York Times reported that French citizens in New York were celebrating both the liberation of Normandy and Bastille Day. The French consul general in New York, Guerin de Beaumont, expressed gratitude for what he called the first time since the beginning of World War II that the French were able to celebrate the holiday in recently freed Normandy without interference. He expressed the hope that "perhaps in another year all of France will be able to celebrate the day so..."
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Skabelund, Andrew, "Félix Éboué: The Second Resister" (2011). Student Works. 74.
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