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Between Resistance and Collaboration Popular Protest in Northern France, 1940-45 (Studies in Modern History) by Lynne Taylor

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English


  • Political Discontent And Violence,
  • World War II - Europe,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Europe - France,
  • Military - World War II,
  • Political History,
  • History / France,
  • History / Military / World War II,
  • History-Military - World War II,
  • Political Science-Political History,
  • Collaborationists,
  • France,
  • France, Northern,
  • Underground movements,
  • World War, 1939-1945

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10387481M
ISBN 100312222068
ISBN 109780312222062

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Get this from a library! Between resistance and collaboration: popular protest in Northern France, [Lynne Taylor] -- "Between Resistance and Collaboration is a study of the impact of the Nazi occupation of northern France on the local population. With the establishment of a military dictatorship and a controlled.   Resistance almost got in the way of a beautiful friendship and the collaboration of an upcoming book. Together, inspired by one another, we can create new paths for this uncharted territory. Between Collaboration and Resistance – Papers from the 21st. "A splendid book. It provides an admirably concise narrative of the major events and personalities that shaped the experience of collaboration and resistance in France between and with many new insights drawn from recent research." Teaching History "A tour de s:

Such considerations are key in the development of collaboration between peers, as is the readiness to acknowledge resistance and to work through potentially divisive issues of conflict in a constructive way. Death to facism, freedom to the people! Yugoslav Partisan slogan. In Occupied Europe, resistance and collaboration could take many forms. The Vichy regime established in France in July , led by Marshall Petain, is the most famous example of official collaboration, but the governments of Denmark, the Low Countries, Norway, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Greece all signed alliances with the Third. Collaboration, on the other hand, involves participants working together on the same task, rather than in parallel on separate portions of the task. However, Dillenbourg et al. () note that some spontaneous division of labor may occur during collaboration. Thus, the distinction between the two is not necessarily clear-cut. According to. Lecture 23 - Collaboration and Resistance in World War II Overview. One of the principal myths concerning collaboration during World War II in France, as in other countries, is that the domestic collaborators did so despite themselves, or to prevent even greater atrocities.

  Collaboration and Resistance. Septem From time to time, we’ll be bringing you reviews about books, films, and exhibits that we think may interest you. This week’s blog is by Jeff Koerber, research associate at the Rodgers Center and adjunct faculty member in . This was my choice for Belgium in my Around the World in 80 Books challenge. I love reading about the resistance movement during the Second World War, which is what Anita Shreve's Resistance largely concerns itself with. I was a little sceptical, as I have not been a great fan of Shreve's writing in the past due to its simplicity and detachment/5(). This is the first comprehensive study of the German occupation of France between and The author examines the nature and extent of collaboration and resistance, different experiences of Occupation, the persecution of the Jews, intellectual and cultural life under Occupation, and the purge trials that s: Collaboration and resistance during the Vichy regime () is a complex and controversial topic. Vichy France, a topic both controversial and complex in itself, is one that had not been very openly discussed until the s, roughly 40 years after the event. [1] From my research in this topic it seems that all forms of collaboration must be put under categories of voluntary and involuntary.