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France in the Second World War : collaboration, resistance, holocaust, empire

xv, 251 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
"France in the Second World War is a wide-ranging and clear introduction to French history during the Second World War and its aftermath. It examines the interwar years, the build up to the conflict, the fall of France and the founding of the Vichy regime, as well as collaboration, resistance, everyday life, the Holocaust, liberation and the echoes of the period in contemporary France. Chris Millington addresses the chief topics in separate chapters that synthesise the key points of history and historiography. He also ensures the French Empire is carefully integrated throughout, crucially enabling the global dimensions of France's war to be highlighted and discussed. In addition, Millington provides an online supplement in the form of an 'Instructor's Guide' to help lecturers looking to use the book in their courses, as well as a helpful glossary and an annotated bibliography of English-language sources to guide students to the most relevant works in the area. France in the Second World War provides you with the history and historiography of France and its Empire during their darkest hour."--
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1 januari 2020
  • Boek
  • Millington, Chris,
  • Bibliotheek NIOD
  • 2020-01-01
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