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when Phipps had been appointed for the first time to Paris. Later he had been made Minister to Vienna, then Ambassador to Berlin; but when he spent his vacations in England I used to go and see him in his country house inWiltshire. In the course of my life I have never met a woman more completely kind than Lady Phipps. A convert to Catholicism and very religious, she unostentatiously scattered about her material and moral good deeds which have saved many unfortunates from misery and despair.
She made the British Embassy in Paris the scene of amicable and intimate reunions. Throughout all that year a great effort was made by both governments to strengthen the Franco-English ties which, because of the policy of Sanctions, had become much weakened in the French middle class. In July the King and Queen had come to France and had seemed to conquer Paris as the King's grandfather Edward VII had done before them. In November Neville Chamberlain was officially received in his turn. We dined with him at the Quai d'Orsay and later heard him, while dominating the group with his little bird-like head, tell of the interviews at Berchtesgaden and Godesberg.
On the 5th of November my daughter Michelle was married. This great happiness was tempered by painful anxiety about the future of Europe and the future of so many French couples. In the excitement of these beclouded festivities Simone lost a family ring which she valued highly. Was this the ring of Polyerates F No fisherman brought it back but an insurance company, modern incarnation of Destiny, reimbursed my wife for her loss. The Gods were not disarmed.

We were to leave in February 1939 for America where I had promised to make a long lecture tour. When we left Le Havre on the I 5th of February, Franco-Italian relations were strained. Were we going to be called back as soon as we landed? On the day of our arrival in New York the
newspapers carried huge headlines: `SIXTY-FOUR ITALIANS AND TWELVE FRENCHMEN KILLED ON THE BORDER OF TUNIS.' Next day the news was
denied. I found America irritated at France and England. All my American friends criticized the Munich agreement.
`But,' I said to them, `what would you have done to help us?'
`Nothing,' they replied with candour.
The truth is that the American's principal preoccupation in 1939 was

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