CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY WASHINGTON IB. D. C.
OFFICE Of THE DIKECTOK
MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT
David Schoenbrun came to seeew days ago just after hia talk with you. He gave me his impressions of de Gaulle's attitude toward always havingrench military force to meet the national requirements of France and of dc Gaulle's lively recollection of the incident during the Battle of the Bulge in4 when he had resisted General Eisenhower's order for the evacuation of Strasbourg.
Schoenbrun told me he had not mentioned this tohought the incident was sufficiently Important to make it worthwhile for you to glance overf the third volume of his Memoirs (attached) which describe this incident in some detail.
The fact that you are familiar with this particular
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