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Sunday, June 14, 2015

June 14, 1940: German Troops Occupy Paris

June 14, 1940: German Troops Occupy Paris

German troops, occupying Paris during the “Fall of France,” in 1940. (Wikimedia Commons) The Nation had long urged American intervention in the European war against fascism and responded to the Nazi occupation of Paris with a call to arms: an editorial by editor and publisher Freda Kirchwey titled “What Next?” What comes next? Let us hope that it will not be...

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