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The Vichy Syndrome: History and Memory in France since 1944

From the Liberation purges to the Barbie trial, France has struggled with the memory of the Vichy experience: a memory of defeat, occupation, and repression. In this provocative study, Henry Rousso examines how this proud nation–a nation where reality and myth commingle to confound understanding–has dealt with les ann&eacutees noires. Specifally, he studies what the French have chosen to remember and what have chosen to conceal.

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Author: Henry Rousso

Editor/Translator: Arthur Goldhammer

Edition: Revised

Binding: Paperback

Condition: New

Manufacturer: Harvard University Press

Number of items: 1

Number of pages: 400

Product group: Book

Studio: Harvard University Press

Publication Date: March 15, 1994

Publisher: Harvard University Press

Pages: 400

EAN: 9780674935396

ISBN: 067493539X

ASIN: 067493539X

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Art Goldhammer
Writer, translator, scholar, blogger on French Politics, affiliate of Harvard's Center for European Studies, writes for The American Prospect, The Nation, etc.