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  • French Resistance — The French Resistance is the collective name used for the French resistance movements which fought against the Nazi German occupation of France and the collaborationist Vichy Regime during World War II. Resistance groups comprised small groups of …   Wikipedia

  • Combat (French Resistance) — Combat was a large movement in the French Resistance created in the non occupied zone of France during the Second World War (1939 1945). Combat was one of the eight great resistance movements which constituted the Conseil national de la… …   Wikipedia

  • National Front (French Resistance) — This article is about the WWII French resistance movement. For the French far right wing political party, see Front National. The National Front (French: Front national or Front national de l indépendance de la France) was a World War II French… …   Wikipedia

  • List of networks and movements of the French Resistance — It is customary to distinguish the various organisations of the French Resistance between movements and networks. A resistance group or network was an organization created for a specific military purpose (intelligence, sabotage, helping prisoners …   Wikipedia

  • Joseph Epstein (French Resistance leader) — Joseph Epstein (October 16 1911 ndash; April 11, 1944, Fort Mont Valérien, France), also known as Colonel Gilles and as Joseph Andrej , was a Polish born Jewish communist activist and leader of the French Resistance during World War II. He was… …   Wikipedia

  • List of people involved with the French Resistance — People involved with the French Resistance include: * Abbé Pierre (Catholic priest, Maquis, transition of Jews to Switzerland and safe Spain) * Edith Piaf * José Aboulker * Gilbert Renault, (1904 1984) * Berty Albrecht, (1893 1943) * Dimitri… …   Wikipedia

  • Resistance during World War II — occurred in every occupied country by a variety of means, ranging from non cooperation, disinformation and propaganda to hiding crashed pilots and even to outright warfare and the recapturing of towns. Resistance movements are sometimes also… …   Wikipedia

  • French-German enmity — French–German hereditary enmity [Julius Weis Friend: The Linchpin: French German Relations, 1950 1990 , [http://books.google.com/books?id=fg Vcjjyg7kC pg=PA8 dq=french+german+enmity as brr=3 sig=Dm7Na5 A8WBL OaKwDvldQNXh A] ] ( de.… …   Wikipedia

  • Resistance — may refer to: Physics * Electrical resistance, a measure of the degree to which an object opposes an electric current through it * Friction, the force that opposes (relative) motion ** Drag (physics) ( air resistance ), fluid or gas forces… …   Wikipedia

  • French people — can refer to: * The legal residents and citizens of France, regardless of ancestry. For a legal discussion, see French nationality law. * People whose ancestors lived in France or the area that later became France.They are one of the Latin… …   Wikipedia

  • French underground — may refer to the *French Resistance during World War II *French crime (see French Connection, Unione Corse, etc.) …   Wikipedia


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