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THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS

and of financial aid to the German government. He hoped thus to bring about a reconciliation between the two countries. I was in the Chamber on the day when he said to Franklin-Bouillon:
`You say you have no confidence in the men who are governing Germany ... Formerly I heard you say that you had no confidence in Stresemann and he died in harness ... I heard you say in days past that you had no confidence in Rathenau and he was assassinated for his ideas ... Does a man have to be dead in order to be trusted by you?'
It was a nice piece of oratory in the manner of the Ancients. Toward the end of his life he no longer had any hope:
`It's not enough,' he said, `for the French Minister of Foreign Affairs to put in an appearance in Berlin with an engaging smile. He must be free to negotiate, and this right is refused me.'
In r93r even his friends were deserting him, with the exception of certain faithful men like Alexis Leger, and after his defeat for the Presidency of the Republic his face took on a pathetic expression. Hurt and ill, he slept through the Council meetings. After he had retired to Cocherel, a friend who went to see him found him alone in an easy chair playing with a little mechanical mouse which he wound up and let run across the floor.
`You see,' he said with a melancholy smile, `to what the Republic reduces its servants.'
But he said it without bitterness. He knew men, even his enemies, too well to hate them.
It has been said that ingratitude is the mark of strong nations, but that is false. Post-war France (I mean official France) was not strong but she was ungrateful. Who gave a thought to Poincare, that great servant of his country, at the time when he was dying, poor and paralysed, tenderly watched over by his wife in a villa in the Midi: Who rendered thanks to Lyautey who had given France an empire~ No one save a small band of faithful friends to which I was proud to belong. I used to go sometimes and spend several days at his home at Thorey in Lorraine. The Marshal's deafness made conversation difficult. But I loved to hear him tell of the great things he had done or to see him in his garden laying out a path with the same pains that he had formerly given to planning a city or mapping the course of a railroad.
Little by little, as a result of listening to him, the idea dawned upon me

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