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Charles de Gaulle
used in Killing Kennedy

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French general and arguably the most influential leader in modern French history (1890-1970)
  • President Kennedy made light of this when they visited Paris in June 1961, on a state visit to meet French president Charles de Gaulle.
    p. 64.4
  • Agents would later recall that his large wet footprints and the smaller prints of his female swim partners left a very clear trail, which Jackie did not see, having left in a huff Even as one part of the president's brain strategizes clever ways to deal with Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev, and Charles de Gaulle, another part strategizes ways to have as much sex as he wants without Jackie walking in on him.
    p. 75.6
  • President Charles de Gaulle is virtually untouchable inside the Elysee Palace, where he lives and works.
    p. 139.7
  • John F. Kennedy's European presence even affects the arrogant French president, Charles de Gaulle.
    p. 188.2

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