• The reaction of non-Jewish French people. - Juillet 2005

    It’s a question which needs a long and developed answer as it is not simple. We can generally say that there were two important periods. The first period was the catastrophe that all French people thought (like a lot of the world) they had one of the strongest armies in the world and after having been occupied and invaded, the French world cried. It cried to the point of turning to le Maréchal Pétain. Le Maréchal Pétain launched what he called the National Revolution, against the socialism that (...)