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18 June, 1940 de Gaulle flew to London to continue Frances struggle against the invading Germany. This was the start of his political career. He led the resistance for the Free French movement from the UK, against the will of the legal government of France. In the summer of 1944, de Gaulle entered Paris at the end of the War as the commander of the Free French forces. He was appointed the President of France for a short period, where he retired in 1946. Charles de Gaulle was invited back to power in 1958 to solve the problem with the Algerian war of independence. These two key periods are seen as significant periods of success in Charles de Gaulle’s leadership. To evaluate de Gaulle against the trait theory and transformational leadership, the paper analyses him as a leader and individual. To achieve this, the paper has concentrates on his strengths and opportunities that are presented to him, because they best illustrate how the relevant theories contribute to his success as a leader. When evaluating de Gaulle’s strengths his traits are immediately identifiable to those highlighted by Stogill (1948 & 1974), Mann (1959), Lord, DeVader, and Alliger (1986) and Kirkpatrick and Locke (1991) in their research. De Gaulle was of an above average intelligence. In particular, his strategic conceptual thinking was excellent. For example, de Gaulle knew that for France to remain a global power they must have a nuclear capability. On July 22, 1958, de Gaulle, now president, set the date for the first atomic explosion to occur within the first three months of 1960 . For de Gaulle especially, French attainment of the bomb symbolized independence and a role for France in geopolitical affairs . This was a clear indication of France’s global intent and highlighted de Gaulle’s foresight and long term vision, arguably a key trait to be a leader. He was extremely patriotic and loved his country and what it stood for. He had a strong personality, bordering on arrogance at
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