Pétain's Crime: The Full Story of French Collaboration in the Holocaust

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I.R. Dee, 1991 - History - 225 pages
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"A controversial best-seller in Paris, this shocking history of French collaboration in the Holocaust accuses Petain and the Vichy government of independently and enthusiastically seeing to the extermination of French Jews."

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Pétain's crime: the full story of French collaboration in the Holocaust

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This book for general readers purports to sell the "complete story of the French collaboration in the Holocaust.'' Written in the tone of an expose of previously unrevealed secrets, it points to the ... Read full review

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This is probably a re-read. It was written in 1990 and chronicals the active collaboration of the Vichy Government in Jewish presecution during the war. At the time of publication the French denied any complicity. Read full review

Contents

La Douce France
1
The Origins of Hate
11
A Republic Dies
24
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Webster was born in England. He is the Paris correspondent of The Guardian, a London newspaper.

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