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Колаборација у окупираној Европи 1939–1945: компаративна анализа француског, грчког и српског искуства
Collaboration in Occupied Europe, 1939–1945: A Comparative Analysis of French, Greek and Serbian Experience

Author(s): Aleksandar Stojanović, Dušan R. Bajagić
Subject(s): Military history, Political history, International relations/trade, WW II and following years (1940 - 1949)
Published by: Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije
Keywords: occupation; collaboration; World War II; Vichy France; Serbia; Greece;
Summary/Abstract: Collaboration is a social phenomenon that traces the history of war deep into the past, but the modern perception of which is largely shaped by the experience of the Second World War. Scientific study of the European experience of cooperation with the occupying forces took place over many years in the context of the Cold War ideological pressures on historiography, while the moral determination toward this phenomenon was often subordinated to current political and national interests. In the last two decades there has been an increase of research interest in the topic of collaboration in the World War II, as a significant improvement in the quality of the scientific production of this problem. The paper is a summarized overview of the results of recent historiographical research on the collaboration in the World War II on the territory of occupied France, Greece and Serbia. Originated from the original archival sources from the Serbian archives and the most current literature in English, this work is a contribution to the comparative study of collaboration in Europe during the World War II.

  • Page Range: 53-88
  • Page Count: 36
  • Publication Year: 2014
  • Language: Serbian