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Collaboration and Resistance in Occupied France

Representing Treason and Sacrifice

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 1-41
  3. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 42-78
  4. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 79-116
  5. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 117-155
  6. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 156-193
  7. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 194-230
  8. Christopher Lloyd
    Pages 231-237
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 238-270

About this book


This book is about how people behaved during the German occupation of France during World War Two, and more specifically about how individuals from different social and political backgrounds recorded and reflected on their experiences during and after these tragic events. The book focuses on the concepts of treason and sacrifice, and takes the form of an introductory overview, followed by contextualised case studies in the areas of politics, daily life, civil administration, paramilitary action, literature and film.


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About the authors

Christopher Lloyd is Professor of French at Durham University.

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