Uniting in spirit with Free French sympathizers all over the world on the only Armistic Day which they recognize, members of the "France Forever" chapter at Harvard will hold a rally tonight in the Geographical Institute at 8 o'clock.
Pitirim A. Sorekin, chairman of the Sociology Department, and Louis Cons, professor of French Literature, will speak at the meeting, which is open to the public. In addition, the only Allied-released motion picture of the Nazi invasion of France will be shown.
The meeting to be conducted from beginning to end in English, was organized by the Harvard unit, together with members of the Radcliffe, Wellesley, Lassell, and Piue Manor chapters. It is one of similar meetings that will take place wherever Free Frenchmen are fighting Nazilsm. As well as the pictures of the invasion of France, the first reel depicting DeGaulle's army, navy, and air force in Great Britain and in the Free French empire, will be released tonight.
Professor Cons. recognized as the greatest living authority on Resistance literature, will discuss "Resistance in France," while Professor Sorokin's subject has not been announced yet.