The French at War, 1934-1944.
By: Atkin, Nicholas.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Seminar Studies: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (385 p.).ISBN: 9781317878933.Subject(s): France -- History -- 1914-1940 | France -- History -- German occupation, 1940-1945 | World war, 1939-1945 -- FranceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The French at War, 1934-1944DDC classification: 940.109247 LOC classification: D813.F8 .F384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; CONTENTS; Introduction to the Series; List of Abbreviations; Author's Acknowledgements; Publisher's Acknowledgements; Chronology; Maps; PART ONE: THE CONTEXT; 1. INTERPRETING THE VICHY REGIME; The Vichy Syndrome; Through Mourning to Repression, 1946-69; Orthodoxies and Obsessions, 1971-85; Alltagsgeschichte; PART TWO: ANALYSIS; 2. THE THIRD REPUBLIC, 1934-40; The Republican Context; Decadence and Depression; The Popular Front; Daladier and the Coming of War; 3. THE DEFEAT; The Strange Defeat; Material for Victory; Strategy
From Rethondes to Vichy4. VICHY; The Cult of Pétainism; One Vichy or Several?; Exclusion and Repression; Living with the Enemy; 5. COLLABORATION; Collaboration d'Etat; Collaborationisme; 6. RESISTANCE; La Résistance à Londres; Metropolitan Movements; Diversity; Unity; Liberation; PART THREE: ASSESSMENT; 7. AN UNCONQUERABLE PAST?; PART FOUR: DOCUMENTS; Glossary; Who's Who; Guide to Further Reading; References; Index; Plates
The years 1934 to 1944 remain the most contentious and dramatic decade in modern French history. Covering the Occupation, the Vichy regime, the Resistance and collaboration, Nick Atkin provides an important introduction to this key period. Accessible and concise, the book offers a wide-ranging synthesis of key themes and events. Looking ahead to the present day, the book also examines how the French establishment and public have coped with the legacy of Vichy, and explains why the occupation is still ever present in French politics and everyday life.
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