Charles Dupont

Mémoires du chef des Services Secrets français durant la Grande Guerre

Olivier Lahaie

Charles Dupont, an officer educated at the Polytechnic, and a former gunner, was moved to the Intelligence Services after the Dreyfus Affair; he accomplished many secret missions in Germany before taking charge of the Bureau of Intelligence in 1913, traversing the big military shocks of the Western Front: the Marne (1914), Verdun (1916), and ...
Publication date:
October 2015
Publisher :
Histoire et Collections
Language:
French
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Paperback
ISBN : 9782352503583

Dimensions : 154 X 240 cm
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£17.50
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Charles Dupont, an officer educated at the Polytechnic, and a former gunner, was moved to the Intelligence Services after the Dreyfus Affair; he accomplished many secret missions in Germany before taking charge of the Bureau of Intelligence in 1913, traversing the big military shocks of the Western Front: the Marne (1914), Verdun (1916), and the Aisne (1917)

Considered the best Allied specialist by the German army, Dupont is also a perspicacious observer; his memoires, unprinted until now, are an exceptional testimony to the personalities of Generals Joffre, Nivelle, and Pétain, and other political men with whom he crossed paths.

TEXT IS IN FRENCH.