The Patriotic Traitors by Littlejohn
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The Patriotic Traitors...The History of Collaboration in German Occupied Europe 1940-1945 by David Littlejohn. This is a carefully researched and well documented account of those who collaborated with and provided aid to the German occupying authorities throughout Europe during World War II. There is a chapter devoted to the actions of these groups in six of the occupied nations of Europe. These nations are Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, France and the Soviet Union. The chapters are presented in the order in which they were invaded by the Germans. This is a hard cover first edition that was published in 1972 by Doubleday & Company. There are 391 pages of which seven contain photographs and two contain maps. The dust jacket has yellowed some over the years, but it is protected by a 1.5 mil book jacket cover. Overall, this is a tight and clean copy.


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