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France: Miscellaneous Publications, 1939-1944 (continued)
Folder 54: Lettre Ouverte Addressée à Son Eminence le Cardinal Archevèque de Paris par un de ses Diocésains. An open letter to the Archbishop of Paris urging him to reject Pétain’s request that the clergy collaborate with the Germans. 5 pp. (4 copies) Dec. 12, 1940
Folder 55: Libération Chronique Alpine. A leaflet that reveals the names of collaborators and a list of violent acts against Vichy offices. (Undated)
Folder 56: Liberté pour les Députés Communistes Imprisonés L’Union des Comités pour la Libération des Prisoniers Politique. A leaflet giving details about Communists sent to jail and the deplorable conditions there. (Undated)
Folder 57: Manifeste des Régions Communistes de la Vienne,..... Les Régions Communistes de la Vienne, des Deux-Sèvres, de la Vendée. A flyer calling for the sabotage of German transport. (Undated)
Folder 58: Une Manœuvre Désespére Les Mouvements Unis de Résistance (M.U.R.). A flyer claiming that Pétain will face punishment after the war for his acts of treason. (6 copies) (Undated)
Folder 59: Le Maréchal Pétain a déclaré: Les Prisonniers ont droit á la sollicitude de la Patrie .... Le Comité National des P.D.G. A pamphlet criticizing Pétain especially for the harsh conditions imposed upon French prisoners of war and their families. 4 pp. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 60: Manifeste pour la Nation Française. A leaflet proclaiming that the end of the war is near and that a new government must be voted into power, the 4th Republic. (2 copies) Feb. 1943
Folder 61: Mémorandum sur l’Organisation de la Résistance et les Réfractaires. See also oversize Box 1, Folder 20 for other copy. A leaflet urging the French people not to participate in a German-census which will really be used as a tool to round-up French workers to be deported to Germany as forced laborers. (Undated)
Folder 62: Ménagères, Mamans Marseillaises! Le Comité Populaire des Femmes de Marseille. A flyer appealing to French women of Marsseille to demand more food from the authorities. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 63: Mères de Famille Les Comités Féminins. (Undated)
Folder 64: Mères, Femmes et Jeunes Filles Allemandes! A French flyer addressed to German women telling them that Hitler’s desire to continue the war in the face of certain defeat is a crime against Germany. (Undated)
Folder 65: Messieurs et Chers Compatriotes.... Comité Paysan du Front National de Lutte pour l’Indépendance de la France. See also oversize Box 2, Folder 1 for other copy. A letter addressed to government officials of rural communities to resist German and Vichy demands for food stocks as these products will be sent to Germany. (11 copies) (Undated)
Folder 66: Ministère de l’Assassinat et de la Trahison Les Mouvements Unis de Résistance (M.U.R.) A flyer naming Darnand as "Minister of Assassination and Treason" on the payroll of the Gestapo, and stating that he and all Vichy police will be held accountable for their actions after the war. (8 copies) (Undated)
Folder 67: Mon Cher Camarade,....A flyer claiming that the "Armée Volontaire" will eventually liberate France. (Undated)
Folder 68: Mon Cher Tout Petit. These are 4 letters written by a Frenchman (typewritten by another party) who is imprisoned by the Germans. The letters, all dated, tell of the circumstance of his arrest and his impending execution. Sept. 12, 1942, Dec. ?, 24, 29, 1943
Folder 69: Monsieur....This "letter" is a reply to Herold Paqui who had insulted the young men and women in France. (Unsigned) (Undated)
Folder 70: Monsieur.... Ministère du Travail. Office Regional du Placement (Paris) This satyrical letter pretends to recruit young Frenchmen to work in Germany. Aug. 12, 194?
Folder 71: Monsieur le Syndic Régional Le Comité Départemental du Front National (Le Mans). A letter addressed to a Vichy official attacking him for collaborating with the Germans. May 1, 1944
Folder 72: Morale Socialiste Le Parti Socialiste Clandestin. A leaflet claiming that the catastrophe of the French defeat of 1940 was the responsibility of the bourgeoisie. (2 copies) (Undated)
BOX 25 Folder 1: Mort pour la France Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet issued to honor the memory of Jean Catelas (photo included) and other members of the Party who have been executed by the Germans and their Vichy collaborators. (Undated)
Folder 2: Morts au Champ d’Honneur. A leaflet listing resistance members executed in France, Norway, Luxemburg, and Czechoslovakia, and accounts of sabotage committed against Germans throughout Europe. (Undated)
Folder 3: Mot d’Ordre des Hommes Libres. A leaflet urging French civilians not cooperate with the Germans who will probably seize young Frenchmen to fight for Hitler in Russia and North Africa. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 4: Mussolini Chassé du Pouvoir! Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet proclaiming that after the fall of Mussolini there will even more Allied victories in 1943, therefore, the day of liberation for France draws nearer. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 5: Mussolini Est Chassé du Pouvoir. Hitler Va Suivre. Le Mouvement F.T.P. des Savoies. A small flyer urging French patriots to join them and to fight the Germans since the hour of liberation is near. (Undated)
Folder 6: Non! Pas un Fonctionnaire ne Prêtera Serment à Himmler! Le Comité Directeur du Front National de Lutte pour la Libération et l’Indépendance de la France. A leaflet addressed to French government workers not to swear allegiance to Hitler. (Undated)
Folder 7: Une Nouvelle Canaillerie de la Gestapo Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet which denounces a recent bulletin released by the Socialist Party which was critical of the Communist Party. (8 copies) Jan. 1944
Folder 8: Nuances! A leaflet containing a sampling of "letters to the editor" which are mostly anti-German and anti-collaboration in content. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 9: On a Beaucoup Calomnié l’Union Soviétique Mais les Faits Sont Plus Forts que les Calomnies Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet defending Russia’s war policies, and urging French citizens to not read Western newspapers and to listen only to Radio Moscow. (Undated)
Folder 10: On Assassine. Le Parti Communiste Français. A small flyer declaring that members of the Party are being jailed and executed for their political convictions. (Undated)
Folder 11: On Peint. A series of excerpts taken from "Libération" about anti-Facist broadcasts from Vatican Radio, the conscripting of young Frenchmen into the German army, and pillaging of French factories for the Nazi war effort. (Undated)
Folder 12: Le 11 Novembre, à Midi, Tous les Français.... Les Mouvements Unis de Résistance. A flyer urging French citizens to wear black on Nov. 11, to stop work for 1 hour that day, and to give money to families of the victims of German aggression. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 13: 11 Novembre Parisiens, Parisiennes,.... Le Comité Parisien de la Libération. A flyer urging citizens of Paris to bring flowers to World War I memorials on Nov. 11, 1943. (Undated)
Folder 14: 11 Novembre 1943 Le Comité de l’Isère Et des Alpes Dauphinoises de la France Combattante. An appeal to the citizens of Grenoble to meet in front of the World War I memorial in their city to commemorate the dead of that war. (Undated)
Folder 15: 11 Novembre 1943. A small flyer urging French citizens to observe the anniversary of the end of World War I with a moment of silence, and to reflect on the current suffering of French soldiers and political prisoners held by the enemy and Vichy. (Undated)
Folder 16: 11 Novembre1943 Les Forces Unies de la Jeunesse Patriotique. A leaflet urging French workers not to report to work on Nov. 11, and, instead, to participate in anti-German and anti-Vichy demonstrations. (Undated)
Folder 17: Ordre de Mutation Commissariat Général au Service du Travail Obligatoire. An official document ordering a French citizen to quit his present job and to report to this office for deportation to Germany to work in that country’s war industry. Issued Mar. 6, 1944
Folder 18: Ordre de Réquisition. A handwritten notice sent to a railway worker to report to a specific railway site for a night watch, Mar. 28, 1942. (Undated)
Folder 19: Ordre du Jour du Haut Commandement des F.T.P.F. Francs-Tireurs et Partisans Français (Zone Sud). A flyer ordering all its officers and soldiers to organize a general strike in conjunction with the expected Allied invasion. (3 copies) June 6, 1944
Folder 20: Ordre du Jour Spécial Forces Françaises Intérieures Francs-Tireurs, Partisans Français. An order directing the soldiers of F.F.I. and F.T.P.F. to render aid to the civilian population of the Savoy area where fighting with Germans is occurring (probably 1944). (6 copies) (Undated)
Folder 21: Origine, Activité et Rôle du Comité "Allemagne Libre" Comité "Allemagne Libre" pour l’Ouest. A leaflet giving an historical account of the formation and activities of a resistance group whose members were from many countries, including Germany and Austria. 3pp. (Undated)
Folder 22: Oslo Strasbourg Les Comités Universitaires du Front National de la Libération Strasbourg. A leaflet addressed to the students of the University of Strasbourg informing them of the arrests and executions of some of that University’s students and professors by the Germans. (Undated)
Folder 23: Ouvriers Français Le Mouvement Ouvrier Français. A flyer warning to French workers who may have to report for deportation to Germany that Allied air forces are bombing factories in major cities, such as Bremen, Hamburg, etc.... (Undated)
Folder 24: Ouvriers, Techniciens, Fonctionnaires Lyonnais La Région Lyonnaise du Parti Communiste Français. A flyer requesting workers in Lyon to demonstrate on next Bastille Day (July 14, 194?) for the liberation of prisoners, better salaries, more food and clothing, etc.... (Undated)
Folder 25: Parents d’Élèves,.... Le Parti Communiste Français. A flyer addressed to the parents of school children asking them to resist the closing of schools, and to demand more food and clothing for their children. (Undated)
Folder 26: Paroles Françaises. An extract of an essay originally published in London for a journal called Marseillaise concerning the subject of Gen. Giraud. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 27: Le Parti Communiste Français (S.F.I.C.) a la Douleur de Faire Part.... Le Parti Communiste Français. A flyer announcing the execution on Dec. 15, 1941 of 2 of its members (photographs included) by the Nazis with the complicity of the Vichy regime (Undated)
Folder 28: Le Parti Communiste Français Approuve la Dissolution de Internationale Communiste Le Comité Central du Parti Communiste Français. The Party announces in this leaflet that the International Communist is dissolved, thereby, removing an obstacle preventing the people of France from uniting in concerted resistance action against the Germans. (Undated)
Folder 29: Le Parti Socialiste au Peuple Français Le Conseil National de la Resistance. A flyer issued by the Socialist Party urging French citizens to join the fight for the coming liberation by placing them- selves under the discipline of the F.F.I. (Undated)
Folder 30: Pas Un Etudiant au Service de l’Allemagne Les Forces Unies de la Jeunesse. A flyer urging French students to resist being deported for labor in Germany. (Undated)
Folder 31: Pas Un Jeune aux Griffes des Trafiquants de Chair Française.... Les Forces Unies de la Jeunesse Patriotique. A leaflet addressed to young French citizens urging them to hide under cover instead of reporting for labor deportation to Germany. (7 copies) (Undated)
Folder 32: Patriotes Savoyards! Le Mouvement des Francs-Tireurs de Savoie-Dauphiné. A flyer urging the people of the province of Savoy to join the F.T.P. in fighting the Germans. (Undated)
Folder 33: Pétain-Bazaine Valet des Boches Le Parti Communiste Français. A flyer criticizing Pétain for organizing a parade of school children and policemen in Paris to promote the false notion that all the French people approve of his Vichy regime. (Undated)
Folder 34: Pétain et la Cinquième Colonne Documents d’Histoire. A pamphlet offering an account of the subversive activities of the Fifth Column before the war, during the fall of France in 1940, and during the present period of collaboration. 46 pp. Feb. 1944?
General Collection/LC Call no.: DC397.P4718
Folder 35: Pétain tel qu’il est Le Front National de Lutte pour l’Indépendance de la France. A leaflet denouncing the pro-German policies of the Vichy regime. (Undated)
Folder 36: Peuple Dauphinois! Le Comité de l’Isère et des Alpes Dauphinoises de la France Combattante. A leaflet addressed to the people of the province of Dauphiné urging to join this committee in fighting for the liberation of France. (5 copies) (Undated)
Folder 37: Peuple de France! Le Comité Central du Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet proclaiming that the Communist Party is the only instrument to liberate France, and, in spite of the failed German-Russian Non-Aggression Pact, Stalin remains an inspiration. (Undated)
Folder 38: Le Peuple de France... Accuse....A pamphlet accusing Pétain of being partly responsible for the insufficient military preparations in the years prior to the German attack of 1940. 4 pp. Nov. 1941
Folder 39: Peuples! A small flyer claiming that the enemies of France are the politicians, bosses, dictators, and journalists. (3 copies) (Undated)
Folder 40: Les Pillards et les Provocateurs au Service des Boches.... Le Comité Militaire des Francs-Tireurs et Partisans Français du Limousin, du Périgord et de la Marche. A flyer critical of Vichy plundering on behalf of it’s German superiors. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 41: Plus que Jamais, à bas le Gouvernement de Vichy!!! Le Parti Communiste Français. A flyer proclaiming that arrests and persecution will not silence the Communist Party, and urging French citizens to read the Party’s newspaper, L’Humanité. (Undated)
Folder 42: Plutôt que de Répondre aux Appels.... A flyer claiming that 250 young men attending clock-making schools joined the resistance movement in order to avoid deportation for work in Germany. Libération (Undated)
Folder 43: Le Populaire (Edition Spéciale) Le Parti Socialiste Clandestin. A special issue of the journal Le Populaire, announcing an assassination attempt against Hitler, proving that his popularity in Germany is waning. (Undated)
Folder 44: Pour Améliorer la Production Agricole il Faut:... Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet listing a number of recommendations for breaking up the German control of French agricultural produce. (Undated)
Folder 45: Pour Combattre et Vaincre comme les Patriotes Savoyards Levez-Vous Le Comité de France National. A flyer asking French citizens to follow the example of their countrymen in the province of Savoy who left their villages to live in the mountains rather than be deported to work in German factories. (Undated)
Folder 46: Pour, Contre, Souscrivez Le Front National. A flyer asking French citizens to give clothing, food and money to this organization for the support of their countrymen in the resistance movement. (Undated)
Folder 47: Pour Désarmer l’Allemagne. A flyer stating that the United Nations will oversee the disarming of Germany. (Undated)
Folder 48: Pour l’Unité Totale de Toutes les Forces Françaises.... Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet in which the Party praises the creation of Le Comité Français de la Libération Nationale which will unite the various armed resistance groups. (Undated)
Folder 49: Pour la Dissolution de la Milice.... Le Comité du Rhône de la Résistance Française. A leaflet demanding the dissolution of the Milice, Vichy police, who are now committing acts of sabotage and then accusing the resistance movement of committing the very same crimes. (4 copies) (Undated)
Folder 50: Pour Libérer la Patrie, tous les Français Doivent se Battre! Le Front National. An appeal by this organization for French citizens to procure arms, ambush German convoys, destroy bridges and railroad tracks. (Undated)
Folder 51: Pour un 14 Juillet de Combat! Les Mouvements de Résistance Unis. A flyer asking French citizens not to report for work on Bastille Day, July 14, 1943, to display the Tricolor, and to sing the "Marseillaise" in front of the city hall. (Undated)
Folder 52: Pourquoi Manquons de Viande Groupe de Bouchers Parisiens. A flyer stating that a communique issued by L’Association Générale des Producteurs de Viande Publié claiming that its estimate of meat shipped from France to Germany is far less than the actual amount pillaged from the French people. (Undated)
Folder 53: Premier Mai 1943 Le Comité National d’Unité Syndicale et d’Action. A leaflet calling upon French workers, especially metallurgists, railway workers, and miners, to refrain from working on May Day 1943 in order to frustrate the war effort of Germany and Vichy. (Undated)
Folder 54: 1er Mai 1944 Le Parti Socialiste. A flyer urging French workers to cease working to cease working from 11AM to 12 Noon on May Day 1944. (Undated)
Folder 55: 1er Mars: Anniversaire de la Luftwaffe. A leaflet, possibly air-dropped, ridiculing the Luftwaffe on its upcoming 9th anniversary (Mar. 1, 1944) for not having the ability to stop British and American aerial bombing campaigns. (Undated)
Folder 56: Prenez Garde! Les Mouvements de Résistance Unis. A flyer warning the French people that due to the successful Allied invasion the Germans have ordered the destruction of factories, electrical power plants, works of art, and the increase of deportation of French workers to Germany. (Undated)
Folder 57: La Presse Clandestine
These are 3 memos each presenting condensed press articles: 1) Apr. 14, 1944 - A demand made by "Défense de la France" for the union of all resistance groups in France under a "Comité d’Initiative du Mouvement de la Libération Nationale". 2) Apr. 15, 1944 - Several speeches made by Stalin concerning the defense of the Soviet Union. 3) Apr. 17, 1944 - A press account of the Giraud-de Gaulle feud, favorable to Giraud.
Folder 58: La Presse Parisienne n’a qu’un Seul Directeur: Le Docteur Eich Le Comité National des Journalistes (Zone Nord. A leaflet declaring that a German army officer controls press coverage in French newspapers such as Le Matin, L’Oeuvre, Paris-Soir, etc.... (4 copies) (Undated)
Folder 59: Un Prisonnier de Guerre Écrit à Sa Manan Le Comité National des Prisonniers de Guerre. A published letter from a French prisoner of war detailing the brutal and harsh conditions imposed upon them by the Germans. 4 pp. (Undated)
Folder 60: Prisonniers Évadés,.... Le Mouvement de Résistance des Prisonniers et Déportés. A flyer urging escaped French prisoners of war to protest to Vichy, veterans organizations, and private associations their lack of legal status in France. (4 copies) (Undated)
Folder 61: Le Problème Angoissant des Pommes à Cidre: Pillage Nazi, Récolte Médiocre, Taxe Insuffisante Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet protesting Vichy’s tax policy for apple cider. (Undated)
Folder 62: Producteurss de Blé de l’Oise Le Comité Départemental du Front National. A flyer addressed to the farmers of the Oise department which accuses the Vichy regime of deliberately lowering the price of wheat in order to allow the Germans to purchase more of it. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 63: Projet de Lettre. A leaflet urging small business owners and craftsmen to send petitions to their unions demanding reforms from Vichy. (Undated)
Folder 64: La Promotion pour la Libération de la France Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet declaring that the Communist Party has been defending the rights of the working class since 1920, and is working now to unite all French citizens against Vichy and the Germans. (5 copies) (Undated)
Folder 65: Prophéties de Sainte Odile l’Alsacienne. A flyer reporting that St. Odile prophesized that after 3 years of German occupation, the Allies will liberate France. (Undated)
Folder 66: Proposition Faite par le Parti Communiste aux Groupements de Résistance et au Conseil de la Résistance Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet claiming that 300,000 French citizens have been imprisoned, and another 30,000 have been executed by the Vichy regime and the Germans, and that such crimes must be avenged. July 14, 1943
Folder 67: 14 Juillet. A small flyer urging citizens (Parisians?) to celebrate on Bastille Day by demonstrating at the Place du XIV. (3 copies) (Undated)
Folder 68: 14 Juillet. Le Comité de la France Combattante A small flyer urging French citizens to demonstrate on Bastille Day against the continued holding of French prisoners of war and political prisoners. (Undated)
Folder 69: 14 Juillet 1789 - 14 Juillet 1942 Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet urging the French people to observe Bastille Day publicly fly the Tricolor, workers to engage in acts of sabotage, and sailors of the Navy to desert to de Gaulle’s forces (Undated)
Folder 70: Quelques Exemples de l’Activité et du Rôle du Mouvement. A pamphlet offering an account of a new resistance group entitled "Allemagne Libre", which is operating in the French Rivière, and other reports of resistance activity are included. 11 pp. (Undated)
Folder 71: Les Rapatriés à Celui Qui Rentre Les Prisonniers de Guerre. A leaflet addressed to recently freed French prisoners of war by previously released prisoners warning them to beware of Vichy collaborators. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 72: Rapport du Préfet Régional de Limoges. A report by a Vichy official to Marshal Petain complaining of German atrocities committed in a village called Oradour-sur-Glane where men, women, and children were locked in a church that was set afire. All perished. (Undated)
Folder 73: Recommandations et Directives aux Militants Le Parti Communiste Français. A pamphlet addressed to party members instructing them how to behave during police interrogations and in the courtroom. 6 pp. (Undated)
Folder 74: Le Remaniement du Ministère de l’Intérieur.... Le Parti Communiste Français. A leaflet urging the general public to support Resistance members with arms and food. An appeal is made to French police to disobey the Vichy government. (Undated)
Folder 75: Réponses à Deux Campagnes Contre L’U.R.S.S. A leaflet claiming that Russia will not try to exploit Poland when its forces enter that country, and that Russia will never try to annex Poland. Feb. 1944
Folder 76: La Résistance Française Vous Communique.... Les Mouvements Unis de Résistance. A warning to collaborators that the hour of retribution for them is coming. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 77: Résultats de Vingt Mois de "Révolution Nationale" Le Parti Communiste Français. This leaflet claims that small farmers were hurt by a change in farm regulations in 1941 by the Vichy regime which now favors the large rich farms. (Undated)
BOX 26 Folder 1: Saint-Cyriens, Polytechniciens, Flottards,....A small flyer claiming that the Vichy regime allowed Germany to infiltrate the North African territories. Such collaboration is treason. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 2: Selon que vous serez puissants ou misérables ... A leaflet claiming that the Vichy regime has made survival difficult for small businesses because of its price control policy. (3 copies) (Undated)
Folder 3: Les Sept Poèmes d’Amour en Guerre Jean du Haut. A pamphlet presenting 7 poems about the sufferings of the French people in the present war. 8 pp. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 4: Service de Défense des Nouveaux Français. A flyer urging economic boycotts against Germany in reponse to its pillage of France. (Undated)
Folder 5: Si Ce Redressement Doit Être Une Réalité....A pamphlet attacking Pétain for hypocrisy in calling for a return to moral life while allowing the Germans to persecute Jews on French soil. 8 pp. (3 copies) Mar. 28, 1941 Postscript, Apr. 9, 1941
Folder 6: Le Socialisme à Ses Morts Paris. A flyer memorializing those who lost their lives resisting the Germans. Aug. 15, 1944
Folder 7: Sous-Officiers! Soldats de l’Armée de l’Armistice! A flyer warning French soldiers formerly in service before the Armistice of 1940 that the Germans will attempt to have them deported to Germany to work in war-effort factories. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 8: Suivons l’Exemple de la Corse Le Comité de la Loire du Front National de Lutte pour l’Indépendance de la France. A flyer encouraging French citizens to imitate the citizens of Corsica who rose up in revolt against Vichy when the Allies invaded in Corsica. (Undated)
Folder 9: Syndiqués, Anciens Syndiqués, Travailleurs de Toutes Corporations de la Région Parisienne Unions des Syndicats de la Région Parisienne. This union leaflet urges its members to support the resistance. (3 copies) (Undated)
Folder 10: Toujours Sous la Coupole de la Rotonde,....This flyer reveals the traitorous conduct of a collaborator named Mr. Peytral who will be punished after the war. Also, retaliatory bombings against the places of work of other collaborators. (Undated)
Folder 11: Toutes les Armes Contre Hitler! Le Comité "Allemagne Libre" pour l’Ouest Paris. This pamphlet is the first conference report of a group of both Frenchmen and Germans opposed to Hitler. 24 pp. Nov. 13, 1944
Folder 12: Travailleur des Services Publics. A small flyer urging public service employees to resist the Vichy regime’s attempts to divide them. (Undated)
Folder 13: Le Travailleur Qui Change d’Employeur....This blank form is a check that the French workers in Germany would use to exchange Deutsche marks into French currency so that pay earned in Germany may be sent to the workers’ families in France. There is a warning which states that if a worker changes his job for another, the German authority will deprive him of this exchange privilege. Crédit Lyonnais Paris (Undated)
Folder 14: Travailleur, Souviens-toi! La Confédération Générale du Travail. A leaflet which state that although the Vichy regime’s labor ministry has dissolved the CGT, the spirit of that union continues to fight. (Undated)
Folder 15: Les Travailleurs Parisiens se Rassemblent Massivement.... L’Union des Syndicats de la Région Parisienne. A leaflet appealing to citizens of Paris to rise up and participate in the city’s liberation. (Undated)
Folder 16: Travailleurs, Sabotez la Production de Guerre Allemande. A flyer calling for acts of sabotage by French workers in German factories. (Undated)
Folder 17: Le Triomphe de la Canaille Un Groupe d’Anciens Combattants Décrétés Qui n’Ont ni Spéculé ni Volé. This flyer charges that Pétain gave important jobs to 3 men who had previously been implicated in speculation and corruption. (Undated)
Folder 18: Tu Seras un Scout Courageux et Loyal Secrétariat d’État à l’Éducation Nationale et à la Jeunesse. A pamphlet suggesting how French workers can avoid being deported to work in Germany by taking to living in the mountains in groups of ten. 15 pp. (Undated)
Folder 19: Unissez-Vous, Résistez, Sabotez. A flyer asking workers who are resisiting deportation to work in Germany to join the resistance movement. Oct. 30, 194?
Folder 20: Urgent et à Reproduire Le Parti Socialiste. A small flyer warning Jews of all nationalities that they are in danger of being arrested by the Nazis and sent to concentration camps. (Undated)
Folder 21: 20 Septembre 1942 Cent Cinquantième Anniversaire de la Bataille de Valmy. A leaflet urging Frenchmen to publicly celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Valmy in 1792 in which the French army defeated the forces of the Duke of Brunswick, a Prussian precursor of Hitler. (Undated)
Folder 22: La Vérité sur la Politique de l’U.R.S.S. L’Association Française des Amis de l’U.R.S.S. A pamphlet declaring that France and Russia must put aside their past differences and unite against their common enemy of today, Germany. 34 pp. (Undated)
Folder 23: Vive la Corse Libre! Le Comité Exécutif du Parti Socialiste. A leaflet celebrating the liberation of Corsica on Sept. 19, 1943. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 24: Vive la Grève Générale La Front Patriotique de la Jeunesse. A flyer urging young French workers to go on strike in order to obtain more bread, clothes, and shoes, and to join the resistance movement. (4 copies) (Undated)
Folder 25: Vive la Nation! A leaflet by the pro-de Gaulle party urging French citizens to celebrate the 151st anniversary, Sept. 20, 1943, of the battle of Valmy, a victory over Prussia. (2 copies) (Undated)
Folder 26: Vive la République. A leaflet declaring that when the Germans are defeated and the republic restored, then freedom, prosperity, full employment, hunger, and tolerance will return to France. (Undated)
Folder 27: Vive le Courage, Vive l’Effort! Les Forces Unies de la Jeunesse Patriotique A leaflet stating that the young people of France, unlike their elders, cannot wait for Hitler to self- destruct, but will immediately demand more food, coal, and clothing, and also engage in acts of sabotage and attacks against collaborators. (7 copies) (Undated)
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