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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Corresponding to their larger treatments of the Revolution and French history, Vichy, the Resistance and various collaborationists assigned very different meanings to the day during the Occupation years.
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.
The Huks, Lansdale was to find, "fought with amateur intensity, despised wealthy fellow countrymen who collaborated with their enemies, and assassinated many collaborationists.
His call for purges, though understandably born from the loss of friends from the Resistance and nourished by his profound hostility towards the most diligent French collaborationists, was at odds with his long-standing opposition to the death penalty.
However, collaborationists in Paris took a very different view, considering the cartoon, like the cinema and comic strips, to be an ideological weapon, rather than just a form of entertainment exclusively reserved for children.
Vinen demonstrates that even though some French collaborationists were motivated by an admiration for Nazism or opportunism, the majority acted on the basis of other more complex and personal motives.
For these and other reasons, they were an irritation to both Germans and collaborationists, and they had to endure a certain amount of harrassment and a lot of bad press.
His government was hijacked in 1942 by collaborationists, led by Laval, the architect of "Kollaboration" with the occupier.
36] Beatrix Dussane, Henri Amouroux, and Herve Le Boterf also corroborate from first hand observation the tendency of Resistance sympathizers in the audience to |adopt' Anouilh's Antigone, while collaborationists applauded along with them.
Chinese resistance to collaborationist rule," as if collaborationists were somehow not Chinese).

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