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Author: George Holoch,Olivier Wieviorka
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Publisher: Harvard University Press; 1st Edition edition (March 31, 2009)
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Harvard Historical Studies 164. Orphans of the Republic. The Nation’s Legislators in Vichy France. Olivier Wieviorka offers a nuanced portrait of the individuals who determined the fate of France at this critical moment. Pétain claimed to be saving France from ruin.

Harvard Historical Studies 164. Translated by George Holoch. The day of the vote has been described as a journée des dupes, the legislators so ignorant or fearful that they voted without a thought to the consequences. But Wieviorka shows that most of the deputies made a considered decision to vote for Pétain.

Orphans of the Republic book. Hardcover, 436 pages. Published March 1st 2009 by Harvard University Press. Petain claimed to be saving France from ruin. On July 10, 1940, by a 570 to 80 margin, the representatives in the French parliament voted full powers to Philippe Petain, ending the Third Republic and paving the way for the collaborationist Vichy regime.

Harvard Historical Studies, volume 164. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2009.

Orphans of the Republic: The Nation's Legislators in Vichy France. By Olivier Wieviorka. Translated by, George Holoch. Harvard Historical Studies, volume 164.

The Nation's Legislators in Vichy France (2009). America's sense of nation is very strong today. Olivier Wieviorka accomplishes a staggering amount in the 179 pages that constitute Divided Memory: French Recollections of World War II from Liberation to the Present. Indeed, one cannot help but be awed by the efficiency of this accomplished historian. Wieviorka analyzes in depth the evolution of national commemoration days, memorials, museums, plaques, and the like.

Harvard historical studies ; 164. General Note: "Originally published as Les orphelins de la Re?publique . The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. General Note: "Originally published as Les orphelins de la Re?publique : destine?es des de?pute?s et se?nateurs franc?ais (1940-1945)" . General Note: Translated from the French. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 405-416) and index. Download book Orphans of the Republic : the nation's legislators in Vichy France, Olivier Wieviorka ; translated by George Holoch.

He studied Law, and obtained his doctorate in 1897 with a thesis on Scottish crofters. Wieviorka 2009, p. 354. ^ collectif 2001. Wieviorka, Olivier (2009). Orphans of the Republic: The Nation's Legislators in Vichy France. Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-03261-3. He lectured at the Faculty of Law in the University of Paris, then taught a course on Political Economy and History of Economic Doctrines in the Faculty of Law of the University of Lyon Political career. Retrieved 2015-11-10.

Personal Name: Wieviorka, Olivier, 1960-. Uniform Title: Orphelins de la Re?publique. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, (c)2009.

George Holoch has translated such works as Orphans of the Republic: The Nation’s Legislators in Vichy France (by Olivier Wieviorka) and Lafayette: Hero of the American .

George Holoch has translated such works as Orphans of the Republic: The Nation’s Legislators in Vichy France (by Olivier Wieviorka) and Lafayette: Hero of the American Revolution (by Gonzaque Saint Bris).

Creating the nation in provincial France: Religion and popular identity in Brittany. Wieviorka, O. (2009). Orphans of the Republic: The nation’s legislators in Vichy France. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Bronze to bullets: Vichy and the destruction of French public statuary, 1941–1944. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Winter, J. M. (1988). The experience of World War I. London: Guild Publications.

On July 10, 1940, by a 570 to 80 margin, the representatives in the French parliament voted full powers to Philippe Pétain, ending the Third Republic and paving the way for the collaborationist Vichy regime. Olivier Wieviorka offers a nuanced portrait of the individuals who determined the fate of France at this critical moment.

Pétain claimed to be saving France from ruin. The day of the vote has been described as a journée des dupes, the legislators so ignorant or fearful that they voted without a thought to the consequences. But Wieviorka shows that most of the deputies made a considered decision to vote for Pétain. He analyzes the factors, such as political culture and regional origins, that motivated the voting on both sides, and traces the men’s fates through the war.

Recreating the tense atmosphere of summer 1940, Wieviorka shows how pressures brought on by defeat could affect even the most hardened republicans. He illuminates the complex moral issues inherent in accommodation and collaboration in a time of crisis.

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