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Nationalism, Collaboration, and Resistance: France under Nazi Occupation
Many scholars and analysts suggest that nationalism produces resistance against foreign powers, but a reconsideration of the German occupation of France in World War II reveals how a population might instead choose acquiescence or active collaboration. Domestic political competition and the international context prevented French nationalism from being translated into wholesale resistance.
Matthew Adam Kocher, Adria K. Lawrence, and Nuno P. Monteiro, "Nationalism, Collaboration, and Resistance: France under Nazi Occupation," International Security, Vol 43, No. 2 (Fall 2018), pp. 117–150, doi:10.1162/ISEC_a_00329.
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