Opening of Holocaust era archives may shed light on French collaboration with Nazis - Jerusalem Post Israel News

“The increased availability of such documents will inspire further research into the nature of collaboration during the Holocaust." Yad Vashem. A Holocaust survivor wears a yellow star during a ceremony at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem.

France opens archives of WWII Vichy regime to the public - The Times of Israel

Files of the 1941 Rosenthal case are displayed by French historian Francois Le Goarant de Tromelin in the 'reading room' of the Paris Police Prefecture Archives department in Paris, France, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015. Adolphe Rosenthal, jeweller and ...

Dark Details of France's WWII Vichy Regime Exposed - Newser

Robert Paxton, a US historian specializing in Vichy France, left, and ex-Mayor of Paris Bertrand Delanoe are seen during the opening of the exhibition "French Literary Life Under Nazi Occupation." (AP Photo/Michel Euler). camera-icon View 1 more image.

France's Nazi-era archive released - Columbus Dispatch

Among the archives is the plight of Adolphe Rosenthal, a jeweler and diamond dealer who was shot to death in Paris in 1941 under unclear circumstances. Francois Mori | Associated Press. Hide caption. France is opening police and legal archives from the ...

French public get access to archives of WWII regime - Naples Herald

PARIS (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of files on members of the French resistance, communists and Jews hunted by the collaborationist Vichy government in France during World War II are now accessible to the public. The French government has opened ...

This Nazi-era archive has brought people to tears. Now, it is open to the public. - Washington Post

It has been more than 70 years since the end of the war, but emotions have been running high in France since the government announced it would open the archives of the so-called Vichy regime that collaborated with Nazi Germany. "There will be no scoop, ...

France opens files about Vichy collusion with Nazi occupiers - Press Herald

Historians and average citizens alike will have access to the details of a disturbing chapter of French history. By SYLVIE CORBETThe Associated Press. Share. facebook. tweet. email. print. Comment. Read Article. PARIS — Hundreds of thousands of files ...

French public get access to sensitive archives of the WWII collaborationist regime - U.S. News & World Report

Files and books are stored in the temperature-controlled storage room where historic archived documents are stored on shelves of the Paris Police Prefecture Archives department, in Paris, France, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015. France is opening police and ...

France Releases WWII Documents Showing Collaboration With Nazis - Breitbart News

For the first time in three-quarters of a century, the French government released 200,000 WWII records revealing French collaboration with Nazi Germany. The records, which were released online on Monday, were taken from the foreign, justice and ...

France Is Making Thousands of Vichy-Era Documents Public - Smithsonian

vichy france. Spanish dictator Francisco Franco (left) and Philippe Petain (right), head of state for Vichy France, salute during the French national anthem during a meeting in Montpelier, France, March, 1941. (Bettmann/CORBIS). By Danny Lewis ...

France Releases More Holocaust Era Records on Collaboration With Nazi Germany - Haaretz

The archive, which is available online, names those from France who directly collaborated with Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1945. Haaretz. Dec 28, 2015 11:36 PM. 0comments Print Zen Subscribe now · Shareshare on facebook · Tweet · send via email ...

France opens classified Vichy archives to public - Telegraph.co.uk

France has opened to the public formerly classified archives that could shed new light on the deportation of Jews and Resistance fighters under the wartime collaborationist Vichy regime. More than 200,000 police and government files revealing the inner ...

The new normal - France vies for a perpetual state of emergency - RT

Catherine Shakdam is a political analyst, writer and commentator for the Middle East with a special focus on radical movements and Yemen. A regular pundit on RT and other networks her work has appeared in major publications: MintPress, the Foreign ...

France Makes Wartime Vichy Government Archive Available To The Public - NPR

The French government is making available for the first time more than 200,000 documents on the Vichy government, which collaborated with the Nazis during World War II. The documents, which were previously only partially accessible to researchers, will ...

French role in Nazi Holocaust revealed in official papers kept secret for 75 years - Mirror.co.uk

Two women, partially stripped, their heads shaved and with swastikas painted on their faces Shame: Two French women are partially stripped and paraded through Paris in 1944. Their heads had been shaven and daubed with swastikas as punishment for ...

France's collaboration with Nazis revealed - RT

From Monday, the public can access the police and legal documents from the Vichy regime's collaboration with the German invasion from 1940-44. A culture of secrecy surrounds this period in France's history, when the government worked with the Nazis in ...

France to open Nazi-era collaboration files - FRANCE 24

France announced Sunday that it is set to open its archives from one of the country's darkest hours, when the Vichy regime collaborated with the Nazi occupiers during World War II. The Vichy regime, led by World War I hero Philippe Pétain, holds a ...

France opens access to Vichy archives from Nazi collaboration era - Deutsche Welle

The classified documents belong to the notorious Vichy era during the second World War when thousands of Jews were deported in collaboration with the Nazis. The archives can now be "freely consulted" by the public. Vichy Cabinet discussing a report by ...

Archives naming French Nazi collaborators opened after 70 years - Arutz Sheva

Hidden details of France's collaboration with its Nazi occupiers during the Holocaust become publicly available for the first time Monday. The records, kept secret for some 75 years, include countless documents relating to the Vichy Regime, led by ...

France opens WWII collaboration archives - Ynetnews

Records released online as French continue to grapple with legacy of collaboration with Nazi Germany in occupied France and under the Vichy regime. Ynet|Published: 28.12.15 , 14:52. The French government was on Monday to begin releasing online ...