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Liberation

 

two bourgeois organizations of the French Resistance in World War II that operated during the occupation of France by Nazi Germany. The organizations were known as Liberation Nord in the north of France and as Liberation Sud in the south. Beginning in 1943 the two were represented in the Council of National Resistance. The organizations published a newspaper, Liberation.

REFERENCES

Koloskov, I. A., and N. G. Tsyrul’nikov. Narod Frantsii v bor’be protiv fashizma. Moscow, 1960.
Le Parti communiste français dans la Resistance. Paris, 1967.
Noguères, H. Histoire de la Résistance en France. Paris, 1967.
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