HIS 445 / ECS 445

Remembering Deportation and Genocide in France since the Second World War

Philip G. Nord

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160,000 persons were deported from France to camps in Central and Eastern Europe during the Second World War. A rough half were Jews; a rough half were résistants. How was the experience of deportation remembered in literature and film? How do the two kinds of experience, Jewish and résistant, compare and contrast?

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