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Recent Reviews

Author: 
Renée Poznanski
Reviewer: 
François Jarraud

Jarraud on Poznanski, 'Etre juif en France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale (L'Histoire en marche)'


Renée Poznanski. Etre juif en France pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale (L'Histoire en marche). Paris: Hachette, 1994. 859 pp. ISBN 978-2-01-013109-7.

Reviewed by François Jarraud (H-Francais editor)
Published on H-Holocaust (December, 1995)

Dans "Vichy et les juifs", M.R. Marrus et R.O. Paxton avaient longuement analyse la politique antisemite de Vichy et les responsabilites de ce regime dans la Shoah.

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