MADISON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1944
Enemy Armies Flee
All North France,
Allies Take Honfleur Near Le Havre;
Nazis Quit Robot Bases, Rumors Say
NEW YOKE— (U.P) —Gen. Charles de Gaulle has arrived in Paris, Radio Paris said today.
By JOHN A. PARRIS
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Paris was reported firmly in Allied hands tonight, conquered by the overwhelming might of American and French armored forces and a motley street army of hundreds of thousands of Parisian patriots.
A secret Fighting French radio inside the old capital flashed word to the world this afternoon-that the commander of the Nazi garrison, had surrendered unconditionally, barely 12 hours after Lieut. Gen. Omar N. Bradley ordered his French and American troops into the city.