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Who Wrote the Memoirs of Jean Monnet?

An Intimate Account of an Historic Collaboration

Clifford P. Hackett

Who Wrote the Memoirs of Jean Monnet? presents the only account of the thirty years spent by Jean Monnet, the "Father of Europe," creating his memoirs. Based on numerous interviews with Monnet’s collaborator, Francois Fontaine, and many others, the book reveals the concepts, delays, frustrations, and successes of an historic collaboration. This significant contribution provides a fresh viewpoint into both European Union history and biographical writing.

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Part IX: Some Interesting Details

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Part IX



Some Interesting Details

The following interview summaries and excerpts, which form the basis for the narratives in the preceding sections, are presented in this order:

• Part III (Origins of the Memoirs) Henri Rieben, Jacques Van Helmont, Eric Westphal;

• Part IV (Preparing the Way) Jean Baptiste Duroselle, Pierre Gerbet, Andre Kaspi, Nicole Pietri;

• Part V (Watching the Process) Georges Berthoin, Francois Duchene, Pascal Fontaine, Beverly Gordey, Margot Mayne, Richard Mayne, Therese de Sainte Phalle;

• Part VII (The Collaboration) Francois Fontaine

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