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Les juifs à Toulouse et en midi toulousain au temps de Vichy

Author: Jean Estèbe
Publisher: Toulouse : Presses universitaires du Mirail, ©1996.
Series: Tempus (Toulouse, France)
Edition/Format:   Print book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Utilizing archival materials recently opened to the public, describes the unique character of Toulouse as capital of the 12th region created by the Vichy government in 1941. Traces the history of French Jewry in the Midi region surrounding Toulouse from 1930-44. Due to its proximity to Spain and mountainous terrain, the camps created during the Spanish Civil War served as internment camps for Jews attempting to  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Estèbe, Jean.
Juifs à Toulouse et en midi toulousain au temps de Vichy.
Toulouse : Presses universitaires du Mirail, ©1996
(OCoLC)603914179
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Estèbe
ISBN: 2858162638 9782858162635
OCLC Number: 34687175
Description: 350 pages : 1 color illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Tempus (Toulouse, France)
Responsibility: Jean Estèbe.

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Utilizing archival materials recently opened to the public, describes the unique character of Toulouse as capital of the 12th region created by the Vichy government in 1941. Traces the history of French Jewry in the Midi region surrounding Toulouse from 1930-44. Due to its proximity to Spain and mountainous terrain, the camps created during the Spanish Civil War served as internment camps for Jews attempting to cross the border. Some of those Jews joined the partisans. Includes testimonies of survivors describing the daily life of Jews under Vichy and their efforts to survive. Examines the relationships between Jews and non-Jews, compares the attitudes of various social groups in France, and analyzes the reactions of non-Jews to antisemitism, with emphasis on the role of the regional clergy. Pp. 319-340 contain an introduction to and the text of "Le mensonge raciste", a clandestine document written in 1944 by Daniel Faucher, Étienne Borne, and Vladimir Jankélévitch in opposition to the Nazi regime, and only recently discovered.

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