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Vichy regime, 1940-44

Robert Aron

Vichy regime, 1940-44

by Robert Aron

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Published by Dufour Editions in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • France -- History -- German occupation, 1940-1945.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Aron in collaboration with Georgette Elgey ; translated by Humphrey Hare.
    ContributionsElgey, Georgette.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC397 .A75
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 536 p. ;
    Number of Pages536
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18476480M

    Vichy (Occitan: Vichèi) is a city in the Allier department of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes in central France, in the historic province of Bourbonnais.. It is a spa and resort town and in World War II was the seat of government of Vichy France from to The term Vichyste indicated collaboration with the Vichy regime, often carrying a pejorative y: France.   Jewish deportees at the Drancy transit camp outside Paris, It’s called “the French paradox.” On the one hand the Germans, with the assistance of the actively anti-Semitic Vichy government and of a certain number of actively anti-Semitic French citizens, deported a shocking number of the Jews living in France between and to their deaths.

    The Vichy Government (), was a right-wing authoritarian regime which succeeded the third Republic in unoccupied French territory after Germany defeated France (June ) early in WWII.   The misconception that the Vichy Regime was the lesser of two evils endured only for the first few decades after the war. Since then, as more Author: Lorraine Boissoneault.

    However, the fact that his Vichy France: Old Guard and New Order now has the status of a classic in twentieth-century historiography means that it is easy to forget just how unpalatable the book was when it first appeared in French in , one year after publication in the USA. Why did the Vichy regime collaborate with the Germans from to ? Johnny Higgins In this essay through historical analysis one will decipher the reasons behind Vichy collaboration with the Author: Johnny Higgins.


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This book by Robert Paxton has the reputation of being ‘the’ classic work on Vichy France, and deservedly so. It is a wonderfully researched book based largely on contemporary German and French archives and avoiding, where possible, the /5(50).

3 1/2 stars. History of France fromduring the German occupation and the role of the Vichy government. I read this non-fiction book after reading the novel Sarah's Key, as I wanted to understand how collaborative the Vichy government had been with the Germans (which was quite a bit)/5.

If you want to understand where the Vichy regime came from, how it failed to protect France from the Nazi system but at the Vichy regime time planted some of the seeds of modern France, that's a book to read.

Read more. 5 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. by: The Vichy regime was the French government which succeeded the Third Republic from July to August It was proclaimed by Marshal Philippe Pétain following the military defeat of France and the July 10 vote by the National Assembly to grant extraordinary powers to Pétain, who held the title of President of the Council.

Vichy France, formally French State, French État Français, (July –September ), France under the regime of Marshal Philippe Pétain from the Nazi German defeat of France to the Allied liberation in World War II.

France, Battle of; Vichy France Occupation of France, – This book examines the role of the Vichy regime in bringing about profound changes in the French colonial empire after World War II.

In the war's aftermath, the French colonial system began to break down. Indochina erupted into war in and Madagascar inwhile Guadeloupe chose an opposite course, becoming territorially part of France in   In response to: Jews: How Vichy Made It Worse from the March 6, issue.

To the Editors. In his review of a book by French historian Jacques Semelin [“Jews: How Vichy Made It Worse,” NYR, March 6] Robert O. Paxton writes: Even some present-day authors try to use the ‘’French paradox’’ to make a positive case for Vichy. here's how far behind I am -- I finished this book the end of last month and am just now getting to it here.

aarrghh. Village of Secrets begins with the coming of the Nazis to France in and the establishment of the Vichy government under Pétain. It wasn't long until measures of repression against certain targeted groups ("foreign" Jews, Freemasons and Communists) began; the campaigns /5.

Led first by Philippe Pétain, the Vichy regime that replaced the French Third Republic in chose the path of collaboration with the Nazi policy included the Bousquet-Oberg accords of July that formalized the collaboration of the French police with the German police.

This collaboration was manifested in particular by anti-Semitic measures taken by the Vichy government. René Bonnefoy (16 December – 30 December ), known under the pen names B. Bruss and Roger Blondel, was a French science fiction and fantasy writer, and a civil servant under the Nazi collaborationist Vichy regime (–44).

Gertrude Stein and Vichy: the Overlooked History. By lesbian Jewish writer famous in her own right—did work on behalf of France’s Vichy government, which Author: Emily Greenhouse. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Vichy France: Old Guard and New Order, at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

Books. A History of the Jews by Paul Johnson (Weidenfeld and Nicholson, ) Vichy France and the Jews by Michael Marrus, Robert Paxton (Schocken, ) Vichy-Auschwitz by Serge Klarsfeld (Fayard. Verdict on Vichy: power and prejudice in the Vichy France regime User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

Drancy. Vel d'Hiv. Petain. These are just a few words that evoke one of the darkest times in France's history: the Vichy government of Curtis (political science, Rutgers Univ.) has written a Read full review4/5(1).

Between the French defeat in and liberation inthe Nazis killed alm of France's Jews, both French and foreign. Since that time, this tragedy has been well-documented. This book by Robert Paxton has the reputation of being ‘the’ classic work on Vichy France, and deservedly so. It is a wonderfully researched book based largely on contemporary German and French archives and avoiding, where possible, the /5(11).In addition to bottled Vichy water, pharmaceuticals, clothing, and cosmetics are manufactured.

The Vichy government was the regime set up there by Marshal Henri Pétain in July,subsequent to the Franco-German armistice of June Its effective control extended only to.

A lot of people argue that the establishment of the Vichy regime was the best way for France to protect its people and preserve its independent statehood. Curtis, however, disagrees, arguing that many French were fascist to begin with, and largely agreed with the viewpoint that Jews and other foreign-types were a problem and should go away/5.