Politics, Society and Christianity in Vichy France

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List of Abbreviations
ACA Assemblée des Cardinaux et Archevêques
ACJF Action Catholique de la Jeunesse franÇaise
Actes: Biviers Actes du Colloque de Biviers, 1987 ( Grenoble, 1987)
Actes:Grenoble Actes du Colloque de Grenoble, 1976 ( Lyons, 1978)
Actes: Lille Actes du Colloque de Lille, 1977 ( Lille, 1978)
Actes: Lyons Actes du Colloque de Lyon, 1978 ( Lyons, 1982)
AD Archives départementales
A Dio Archives diocésaines
AJ Auberges de Jeunesse
AN Archives nationales, Paris
APEL Association des Parents de l'Enseignement Libre
BCRA Bureau Central de Renseignements ct d'Action
BSHPF Bulletin de la Société d'Histoire du Protestantisme
fraÇais
Cahiers Cahiers et Courriers du Témoignage Chrétien, 1941-1944
( Paris, 1980)
CDJC Centre de Documentation juive contemporaine
CFTC Confédération FranÇaise des Travailleurs chrétiens
CGOJ Commissariat/Commisssaire général aux Questions
juives
CGT Confédération générale du Travail
CGTU Confédération générale du Travail unfiée
CIMADE Comité Inter-Mouvements auprès d'Evacués
CNEL Comité National de l'Enseignement libre
COIC Comité d'Organisation de l'Industrie
cinématographique
Comte, Thesis: B. Comte 'L'Ecole nationale des cadres
d'Uriage (1940-1942)'
, doctoral thesis, University of
Lyons II, 1990.
Courriers See Cahiers
DRAC Droits des Religieux Anciens Combattants
FCO Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London
FFACE Fédération française des associations chrétiennes
d'étudiants
FFI Forces françaises de l'Intérieur

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