Nationalism, Collaboration, and Resistance: France under Nazi Occupation

  title={Nationalism, Collaboration, and Resistance: France under Nazi Occupation},
  author={Matthew Adam Kocher and Adria Lawrence and Nuno P. Monteiro},
  journal={International Security},
Does nationalism produce resistance to foreign military occupation? The existing literature suggests that it does. Nationalism, however, also can lead to acquiescence and even to active collaboration with foreign conquerors. Nationalism can produce a variety of responses to occupation because political leaders connect nationalist motivations to other political goals. A detailed case study of the German occupation of France during World War II demonstrates these claims. In this highly… 
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