Charles De Gaulle

Charles de Gaulle was a French military officer and statesman who led the Free French Forces during World War II. He later founded the French Fifth Republic in 1958 and served as its first President from 1959 to 1969. De Gaulle is one of the most influential figures in French history, known for his leadership during a critical period and for his efforts to maintain France's status as a major world power. Although he is not primarily known as an author, he wrote several books, including his war memoirs 'The Army of the Future' and 'War Memoirs.'


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  1. 1. The Edge of the Sword

    "The Edge of the Sword" is a compelling exploration of the art of leadership and the nature of power. The author, a prominent military and political figure, delves into the essence of politics and the requirements of leadership, emphasizing the need for strength, courage, and an unwavering commitment to one's principles. The book also provides a unique insight into the author's own leadership style and his views on France's role in the world.