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Diary January 18, 1941

Pierre Laval at court
Pierre Laval lives under the illusion that he could regain France its place in the new Europe ordered by Hitler. As the epitome of the’collaborator’, his countrymen give him a death sentence by court in October 1945.
Diary for Saturday, January 18, 1941:

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Vichy France: Petain and Laval reconcile their differences.

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