Collaboration with the Axis Powers

Collaboration with the Axis Powers

English | 2021 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B092JBDGCB | 150 Pages | EPUB | 1.56 MB

Within nations occupied by the Axis powers in World War II, some citizens and organizations, prompted by nationalism, ethnic hatred, anti-communism, antisemitism, opportunism, self-defense, or often a combination, knowingly collaborated with the Axis Powers.
Collaboration
With the
Axis Powers
Index
Chapter 1: Story of Axis Power
1.1 Australia
Chapter 2: German occupation of Belgium during World War II
2.1 Administration and governance
2.2 Leopold III
2.3 Rationing
2.4 Allied bombing
Chapter 3: Economic situation
3.1 Galopin Doctrine
3.2 Deportation and forced labour
3.3 Belgian prisoners of war
3.4 Repression
3.5 Persecution of Jews and the Holocaust
3.6 Political dissent
3.7 In Flanders
3.8 In Wallonia
Chapter 4: Resistance
4.1 Liberation
Chapter 5: Burma Independence Army
5.1 Hsaya Rebellion
5.2 Aung San and Japan
5.3 Formation and action of the Burma Independence Army
5.4 Battle of Shwedaung
5.5 Tension between the Japanese and BIA
Chapter 6: Transition into the Burma National Army
Chapter 7: Change of sides
7.1 Aftermath
7.2 Significance of the Burma Independence Army today
7.3 China
Chapter 8 : German occupation of Czechoslovakia
8.1 Munich Agreement
Chapter 9: First Vienna Award
9.1 Second Republic (October 1938 to March 1939)
9.2 Second World War
9.3 Czechoslovak resistance
9.4 German policy
9.5 Slovak National Uprising
9.6 Czechoslovak government-in-exile
Chapter 10 : End of the war
10.1 Annexation of Subcarpathian Ruthenia by the Soviet Union
10.2 Expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia
10.3 Denmark
Chapter 11: Foreign volunteers
Chapter 12: Jewish collaboration

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