Jews and Gender in Liberation France.

Adler, K. H.

ISBN 10: 0521790484 / ISBN 13: 9780521790482
Verlag: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003
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BRAND NEW. Virgin copy, not yet traded. Royal 8vo. Pp. xii, 273, (2) publisher's catalogue. Illustrations, maps, diagrams, tables. Notes, bibliography, index. Hardcover, black cloth, spine lettered in gilt, with dust-jacket. ~ First edition. A volume in the Studies in the Cultural History of Modern Warfare Series. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1601

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Titel: Jews and Gender in Liberation France.

Verlag: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Erscheinungsdatum: 2003

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Taking a new view of France during and after the German occupation, this book challenges traditional chronology concentrating on the Vichy government. It punctures standard interpretations dividing occupied France into resisters and collaborators and explores the resistance concept of an ideal Frenchwoman by using interview material to contest the standard view. French demographers' post-liberation enthusiasm for Nazi population policy, women in the city, and the widespread fervor for the family are also examined. The significance of race--specifically Jewishness--and gender is emphasized throughout this study.

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This book takes a new look at France during and after the German occupation. It challenges traditional chronology that concentrates on the Vichy government and punctures standard interpretations that divide occupied France into resisters and collaborators. It also explores the resistance concept of an ideal Frenchwoman, using interview material to contest the standard view. French demographers' post-liberation enthusiasms for Nazi population policy, women in the city, and the widespread fervour for the family are all examined. Throughout, race - specifically Jewishness--and gender are drawn together in original and illuminating ways.

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