Clemenceau l'intraitable (The Uncompromising Clemenceau)
Before becoming "the Father of Victory" at the age of almost 80, Clemenceau was known for more than forty years as the "Tiger" of French politics: he was the leader of the extreme Left, an activist in the Dreyfus Affair, head of an uncompromising government, victor of the war, then leader of the Right.
A specialist of the Great War, Jean-Jacques Becker is emeritus professor of contemporary history.
"Jean-Jacques Becker paints a portrait of a remarkable and splendid Clemenceau." Le Monde