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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PETAIN'S CRIME: : The Complete Story of French Collaboration in the Holocaust

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

An informative but superficial expose of the responsibility of Marshal Henri-Philippe Petain and his French subjects for sending thousands of Jews to their death during WW II. British journalist ... Read full review

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An excellent and harrowing description of how a nation that prided itself on its support for the rights of man not only collaborated with Nazi persecution of Jews, but even anticipated such repression ... Read full review

Contents

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

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

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