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The shadow war; European Resistance, 1939-1945. Translated from the French by Richard Barry.

By: Michel, Henri, 1907-1986.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Harper and Row [1972]Copyright date: ©1972Edition: [1st U.S. ed.].Description: 416 pages illustrations 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0060129360; 9780060129361.Uniform titles: Guerre de l'ombre. English Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movementsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Shadow war.DDC classification: 940.53 LOC classification: D802.A2 | M49513 1972b
Contents:
Part I. The occupiers and the Allies. The occupation and exploitation of Europe ; The collaborators ; External resistance : the Allies and the exiles -- Part II. Origins and organisation of clandestine warfare. First moves ; Propaganda ; Movements and circuits ; External contacts -- Part III. Component forces of resistance. Classes and groups of society ; Political parties, trade unions, churches ; The captive societies ; The Communists ; Appendix : women in the Resistance -- Part IV. Hundredfold battle. Passive and administrative resistance ; Sabotage, assassinations and strikes ; Conspiracies ; The resister's Calvary -- Part V. The shadow army. Guerrilla warfare : maquis and partisans ; The clandestine state ; The national rising ; Seizure of power : restoration, renovation, or revolution? -- Conclusion.
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D802.A2 D28 2004 Dangerous liaisons : D802.A2 L45 Axis rule in occupied Europe; D802.A2 L57 1972B The patriotic traitors; D802.A2 M49513 1972B The shadow war; D802.A2 R47 2000 Resistance in Western Europe / D802.A45 N48 L'évacuation en Lorraine : D802.B4 G67 Belgium in bondage,

Translation of La guerre de l'ombre.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 385-399).

Part I. The occupiers and the Allies. The occupation and exploitation of Europe ; The collaborators ; External resistance : the Allies and the exiles -- Part II. Origins and organisation of clandestine warfare. First moves ; Propaganda ; Movements and circuits ; External contacts -- Part III. Component forces of resistance. Classes and groups of society ; Political parties, trade unions, churches ; The captive societies ; The Communists ; Appendix : women in the Resistance -- Part IV. Hundredfold battle. Passive and administrative resistance ; Sabotage, assassinations and strikes ; Conspiracies ; The resister's Calvary -- Part V. The shadow army. Guerrilla warfare : maquis and partisans ; The clandestine state ; The national rising ; Seizure of power : restoration, renovation, or revolution? -- Conclusion.

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