Collaborationists


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Collaborationists

 

those who collaborated with the fascist invaders in the countries that the fascists occupied during World War II.

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Conditional collaborationism means that the collaborationist does not identify his objectives with those of the occupant (Tarvel 2005:7).
The only stylistic mannerism comes in a repeated use of canted shots which create disruptive diagonals in two of the scenes that involve the discussions and deliberations of the German officers and their French collaborationist associates.
It took eight years for the Institute for Research on Collaborationist Activities to finish the three-volume, 3,000-page compilation, which contains the list of 4,389 people, who the publisher says ''inflicted physical, material and mental damages, directly and indirectly, on Koreans and other people by positively cooperating with the Japanese imperialists' pillage of sovereignty, colonial rule and war of aggression.
The past few years have seen an avalanche of books on France under German occupation and the collaborationist regime headquartered at the resort town of Vichy from 1940 to 1944.
He also incorporates into his quasi-autobiographical account citations of his own analyses of assorted French collaborationists, including Drieu la Rochelle, Maurice Sachs, and the ill-fated Robert Brasillach.

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