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test. Thenceforth Germany could build a line of fortifications to protect her armies in the west; she had her hands free in the east.
The election of 1936 which brought the Popular Front to power upset the French political system. Not because a coalition of the parties of the Left came to power (France had seen this without perturbation in 1924 and 1932) but because the Socialists, a so-called revolutionary party, snatched the leadership of the coalition away from the Radicals, old hands at government, and because the Communists now formed a very powerful group of seventy-two deputies. The French middle class had expected Daladier and were undismayed; they saw the arrival of Leon Blum flanked by Thorez and Duclos.
At first Leon. Blum did not terrify them too much. After all, wasn't he, too, middle class in life and culturee Since by all counts it was necessary to rejuvenate France, wasn't it better to have the task done by a man who was intelligent and perhaps moderate? I often heard reasoning of this sort in May 1936 in strong conservative circles in Paris. In addition England and America, both capitalist countries, seemed favourable to this government. The American Club in Paris held a luncheon in honour of the new Premier. The conservatives in London hoped to find in him a French Disraeli. The first Blum Ministry came to power in a favourable atmosphere.
After June 1936 the honeymoon was over. The Communist party which true to its doctrine wanted, not reforms, but revolution, had organized `sit-down' strikes with occupation of the factories and forced Leon Blum to do in four days what he had planned to do in four years. Paris assumed an air of violence. Bands of lads wandered down the Champs Elysees hooting at passers-by, and the police, lacking orders, did nothing to stop them. One Sunday, since we were going to have lunch in the country at the home of a mutual friend, Max Fischer, Tardieu took us in his car. He considered the suburbs so unsafe that he had put a policeman in plain clothes beside his chauffeur. Everywhere we saw red flags, parades and deserted streets, emptied through fear.
The reaction was extremely violent. The middle class had been frightened. From this time dates the renaissance in France of antiSemitism which since the war of 1914, when so many young Jews had splendidly served their country, had appeared to be if not extinguished at

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