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1941-1942. Et si la France avait continué la guerre...
Author: Jacques Sapir
Publisher: Tallandier
Pages: 720
Year: 2014-08-21T00:00:00+02:00
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Et si, la prise du pouvoir par Pétain ayant échoué, la France avait continué la guerre en juin 1940 ? Telle est l’histoire « alternative » que racontait le premier volet de cet essai où l’histoire rencontre la fiction. Mais ensuite ? En 1941, le centre de gravité du conflit s’est déplacé vers le sud, la guerre en Méditerranée s’intensifie, tandis que Hitler envisage de se lancer à l’assaut de l’URSS. Couvrant tous les aspects du conflit – politique, économie, diplomatie, stratégie et même tactique –, ce deuxième volume livre le récit d’une histoire qui n’a pas été, mais qui aurait pu être, celle des années 1941-1942. Ce récit haletant se lit comme un véritable roman, mais il constitue aussi un exercice historique original. Une façon entièrement novatrice et fascinante de relire l’histoire de la Seconde Guerre mondiale.
1940 Et si la France avait continué la guerre T03
Author: Jean-Pierre Pécau
Publisher: Soleil
ISBN: 2302067304
Pages: 56
Year: 2017-10-11
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Derniers mois de l'année 1940, la contre-offensive des Alliés commence enfin. La France prépare le débarquement en Sardaigne. Les trois héros participent aux événements : Jules retrouvant son escadrille, Yvon lors du raid contre Tarente et Marianne organisant la première escadrille de chasse féminine. Décembre 1940, la guerre a séparé les trois amis, seul deux d'entre eux vont finir par se retrouver...
1940 Et si la France avait continué la guerre T02
Publisher: Soleil
ISBN: 2302054652
Pages: 56
Year: 2016-06-22
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La France a perdu une bataille mais pas la guerre ! La nouvelle grande série uchronique du scénariste de Jour J. Juin 1940, les armées allemandes déferlent sur la France. Mais le gouvernement Reynaud organise la résistance. L'aventure de nos trois héros se poursuit : Jules est descendu au-dessus de l'Auvergne, Yvon gagne Toulon, Marianne se retrouve à Toulouse. Son grand rêve est de former un corps de pilotes de chasse féminin. Elle va y parvenir en Algérie.
History as a Kind of Writing
Author: Philippe Carrard
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022642801X
Pages: 264
Year: 2017-03-07
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In academia, the traditional role of the humanities is being questioned by the “posts”—postmodernism, poststructuralism, and postfeminism—which means that the project of writing history only grows more complex. In History as a Kind of Writing, scholar of French literature and culture Philippe Carrard speaks to this complexity by focusing the lens on the current state of French historiography. Carrard’s work here is expansive—examining the conventions historians draw on to produce their texts and casting light on views put forward by literary theorists, theorists of history, and historians themselves. Ranging from discussions of lengthy dissertations on 1960s social and economic history to a more contemporary focus on events, actors, memory, and culture, the book digs deep into the how of history. How do historians arrange their data into narratives? What strategies do they employ to justify the validity of their descriptions? Are actors given their own voice? Along the way, Carrard also readdresses questions fundamental to the field, including its necessary membership in the narrative genre, the presumed objectivity of historiographic writing, and the place of history as a science, distinct from the natural and theoretical sciences.
The Third Reich
Author: David Welch
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134477503
Pages: 240
Year: 2008-01-28
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Published in the year 1994, The Third Reich is a valuable contribution to the field of History.
Swastika Night
Author: Murray Constantine
Publisher: Gateway
ISBN: 147321467X
Pages: 208
Year: 2016-08-11
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SWASTIKA NIGHT takes place seven hundred years after Nazism achieved power, by which time Adolf Hitler is worshipped as a god. Elsewhere, the Japanese rule the Americas, Australia, and Asia. Though Japan is the only rival superpower to the Nazi West, their inevitable wars always end in stalemate. The fascist Germans and Japanese suffer much difficulty in maintaining their populations, because of the physical degeneration of their women. The protagonist is an Englishman named Alfred on a German pilgrimage. In Europe, the English are loathed because they were the last opponents of Nazi Germany in the war. Per official history, Hitler is a tall, blond god who personally won the war. Alfred is astounded when shown a secret, historic photograph depicting Hitler and a girl before a crowd. He is shocked that Hitler was a small man with dark hair and a paunch. And his discovery may mean his death...
La Mamounia
Author: Laure Verchère
Publisher: Editions Assouline
ISBN: 2759404943
Pages: 192
Year: 2011-03-01
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Marrakech's famed hotel La Mamounia is inteimately linked to the flourishing of Morocco and its artisans. Turn the pages of this book and embark on a sensuous journey, one that celebrates the refined Moroccan lifestyle.
Author: Robert Harris
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061006629
Pages: 380
Year: 1993-04-01
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Twenty years after Germany's victory in World War II, while the entire country prepares for the U.S. president's visit, Berlin Detective Xavier March attempts to solve the murder of a high-ranking Nazi commander. Reprint.
Strange Defeat
Author: Marc Bloch
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393319113
Pages: 178
Year: 1999
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A renowned historian and Resistance fighter -- later executed by the Nazis -- analyzes at first hand why France fell in 1940.
Wartime Mission in Spain, 1942-1945
Author: Carlton J. H. Hayes
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1787200922
Pages: 272
Year: 2016-08-09
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This book, first published in 1945, is a fascinating personal account of the late U.S. Ambassador to Spain Carlton J. H. Hayes’ diplomatic mission in Spain during World War II, from May 1942 to January 1945. Whilst briefly touching on Spain’s internal affairs, the principal focus is firmly on American policy toward Spain during those three wartime years, and Spain’s response thereto. Hayes provides the reader with a candid and factual record of this period, gleaned from firsthand eyewitness accounts and sensitive information he was privy to during his tenure. He draws in detail on excerpts from his personal diary kept for those three years, as well as various conversations, documents and correspondence from and with President Roosevelt and others. A fantastic historical record.
Ici Londres, 1940-1944: Le monde en feu, 8 décembre 1941-7 novembre 1942
Author: Jean-Louis Crémieux-Brilhac
Year: 1975
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English Zone
Author: David Newbold, Rob Nolasco, Meredith Levy
ISBN: 0194618226
Pages: 128
Year: 2008-03-27
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An easy-to-teach course for pupils aged 10-14.
L'"Ostland" en France durant la seconde guerre mondiale
Author: Jacques Mièvre
Pages: 163
Year: 1973
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The Politics of Survival
Author: Steven M. Zdatny
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195363108
Pages: 272
Year: 1990-01-11
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The problem of the general political inclinations of the petite bourgeoisie, and especially its relationship to fascism, is one of the major questions currently facing historians dealing with European society in the past one hundred years. Independent artisans have at best been seen as an anachronism in the industrial age. Often, they are regarded as the social basis of the fascist movements of the 1920s and 30s because of their supposedly reactionary class interests. Unfortunately, such sweeping analyses--by both Marxists and non-Marxists alike--have been based largely on one case, that of Germany. It is France however, that has been considered the pre-eminent nation of the petit bourgeois, and fascism had only limited appeal there. This is the central question Zdatny addresses in this book as he examines the social and political history of the archetypical petite bourgeois, the self-employed craftsmen of France.
Among the Righteous
Author: Robert Satloff
Publisher: PublicAffairs
ISBN: 1586485105
Pages: 263
Year: 2007
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Looks at the reaction of the Arab people to the Holocaust in North Africa, where thousands of Jews were forced into labor camps.