Explores the complexities of some of the most provocative episodes of Vichy's curious persistence in France's national consciousness
Richard J. Golsan is a professor of French at Texas A&M University and the author or editor of several books, including Fascism's Return (Nebraska 1997).
"Golsan makes good sense out of a vast array of diverse material. This superb volume will interest anyone who wants to know more about conflicting French attitudes toward crimes against humanity committed from the Vichy regime to the present."--Robert J. Soucy, author of French Fascism: The Second Wave, 1933-1939