Occupation %26 Exile %26 Internment

Occupation %26 Exile %26 Internment - Nancy Wake the...

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Occupation/Exile/Internment The Story of André Breton’s Voyage to Martinique
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OCCUPATION Germany invades France
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Maginot line on the surface. To keep Germans from marching into France as in WW I
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Maginot line defends France/Germany border
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German Invasion of France through the Ardennes May 13, 1940
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German Invasion of France British and French evacuate
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Troops on the beach
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“Miracle of Dunkirk” May 26 to June 3, 1940
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Germans take over France
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Marshal P é tain greeted by Hitler
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Germans enter Paris
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French are unhappy
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Vichy was known as a spa
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Vichy water Since at least 50 BCE. The Romans built formal baths at Vichy rebuilt in the 1700s. naturally effervescent bubbling water. Many people drank Vichy water for stomach complaints sparkling contains bicarbonate of soda Hangover remedy “taking the cure”
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Paris under the occupation
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Rick helps refugees escape, in “Casablanca”
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EXILE Trying to get out of Vichy France
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Vichy officer in Casablanca
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Real Life Escapes from Vichy:
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Unformatted text preview: Nancy Wake, the “White Mouse” The Emergency Rescue committee-- Varian Fry was an American who had been to Berlin in 1935 and was shocked by the Nazi treatment of Jews. --In New York, Emergency Rescue Committee. Tries to help European intellectuals. --1940, Fry goes to Marseille with $3,000, lots of people trying to get out. --Fry and some other Americans helped get 1,500 people out --Lots of illegal means Intellectuals at Villa Air Bel Breton and his daughter Aube at Villa Air Bel Wilfredo Lam (Cuban surrealist) in group photo Escape in March 1941 on the Capitaine Paul-Lemerle INTERNMENT Detention of undesirables 1940 P é tain poster: “ Are you more French than he is? ” View of Fort-de-France in 1941 Downtown Fort-de-France in 1941 Didier district of Fort-de-France In the hills above town. Guess who lives here? Aubery bought this plantation and made it into a distillery Aubery’s rum...
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