History of the Second World War, Volume 2

THE NAZI OVERLORDS With the conquest of the Balkans Hitler's '1000 year Reich' was supreme. How did German occupation affect the day-to-day life of the peoples of Europe? Here is a study of the first year in occupied Holland by a writer who was a schoolgirl thereat the time. She describes the growth of Dutch I scepticism towards the honeyed German assurances— and a conquered nation's resistance against slavish: 4 collaboration with Hitler in such matters as the J I persecution of the Jews. Below: the Orange 'V' Dutch symbol of victory was an early sign of resistance.
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