Jean de Lattre de Tassigny - beautiful France Marshal autograph letter signed - 1940. Jean de Lattre de Tassigny, hero of the second world war, companion release, he was raised to the dignity of Marshal of France posthumously. Youngest general in France stands up to German and continued to fight until the armistice of June 1940. When the free zone is invaded November 11, 1942, he was arrested and convicted for refusing the order not to fight given by the government and one general activity to do, ordered his troops to oppose the Germans.
It is the only French general of the Second World War to have ordered large American units. It is the French representative at the signing of the German surrender in Berlin, May 8, 1945, along with Eisenhower, Zhukov and Montgomery.
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