Jean de lattre de tassigny - Marshal de France superb autograph letter signed on France and the war - 1940. Jean de lattre de tassigny, hero of the Second World War, companion of liberation, marshal of France posthumously.
The youngest general in France stood up to the Germans and continued to fight until the armistice of June 1940. The only French general of the Second World War to have commanded large American units, he was the French representative at the signing of the German surrender in Berlin on May 8, 1945, alongside Eisenhower, Joukov and Montgomery.
Superb autograph letter signed of January 16, 1940 addressed to the famous writer paul valéry, 3 pages, in his head, on France and the war. Drawing on the writings of valéry on \"French thought and art,\" lattre writes. \"I had the feeling of better grasping for myself all that our France, its thought, its art, in their most profoundly original manifestations, have brought to \"the constitution of the capital of the human spirit\" ...
It is precisely to defend the value and forms of this contribution that we are making this war. And it is because of the importance of such an issue that we will put all the strength of our conviction to want to carry it to the end. The item \"Lattre de tassigny superb autograph letter signed on France, war 1940\" has been on sale since Friday, December 18, 2020. It is in the category \"collections-letters, old papers-autographs-historical personalities\". The seller is \"epistole\" and is located in bets.This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.