Politics, Society and Christianity in Vichy France

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compromise peace never came. For France his silence was disastrous. Up to mid-1942, and even beyond, this gave rise to a certain assent to, or at least acceptance by, the Church of State and German measures that profoundly shocked most Frenchmen. The Vatican has its share of responsibility for the fact that the French Church upheld, if only by tacit consent, a regime that was fundamentally flawed because in the end it had lost popular support.


Notes

Unless otherwise stated the place of publication is Paris

1.
N F7.13193. Le Bulletin du Jour (Correspondance de Presse) [du Parti Radical et Radical-Socialiste], 3 February 1925.
2.
D du Nord, M.154/116A. FNC. Speech at a meeting of the FNC at Dunkirk, 21 May 1925, reported by the Commissariat Central, Lille, to the Prefect, 22 May 1925.
3.
D du Nord, Lille, M.154/118. Speech at a meeting of the ACJF at Roubaix, 23 July 1924, reported by the Commissariat de Police, 4e arrondissement, to the Commissariat Central, Roubaix, 24 July 1924.
4.
Actes:: Grenoble, 1978, p. 56. Intervention of Latreille in discussion.
5.
"Un non poli", La Gazette, 5 February 1941.
6.
N 2 AG 492. Report of Bérard to Pétain, Vatican, 2 February 1942.
7.
. Cholvy and Y.-M. Hilaire, Histoire religieuse de la France contemporaine, 1930-1988, 1988, p. 78.
8.
Journal de Genève, 26 July 1943.
9.
Tisserant, born in 1884, was made a cardinal in 1936 1936.He was Secretary of the Congregation of the Eastern Church at Rome.
10.
Quoted in C. Falconi, The Silence of Pius XII, translated by B. Wall, London, 1970, p. 198.
11.
AN 2 AG 493. 'Note', Vichy, 8 July 1941.
13.
P. Christophe, 1939-1940: Les Catholiques devant la guerre, 1989, p. 107.
14.
Semaine Retigieuse (Aix), 23 November 1941, quoted in Renée Bédarida, "La Voix du Vatican (1940-1942). Bataille des ondes et Résistance spirituelle", Revue d'Histoire de l'Eglise de France, vol. 64, 1978, pp. 233f.
16.
See P. Simonnot, Le Secret de l'Armistice 1940, 1989.
17.
M. Martin du Gard, Chronique de Vichy, 1940-1944, p. 356.
18.
AN 2 AG 493. Rens. Gén. L.O.8/G1. 'Renseignernent, Vichy, 9 aoûit 1941. Objet: a/s de l'attitude du nonce apostolique'.
19.
Acta Apostolicae Sedis, Rome, vol. 32, pp. 299f, and pp. 550ff.
20.
Letter to ACA in Occupied France, 28 February 1941, published in Semaine Religieuse ( Paris), 29 March 1941. Letter to ACA in Unoccupied France, 1 March 1941, published in Semaine Religieuse (Verdun [sic]), 1 May 1941. Letter to Cardinal Suhard, 10 January 1942, published in Semaine Religieuse ( Paris), 7 February 1942.
21.
AN 72 AJ 1863. Agence Française d'Information de Presse, "Une lettre-circulaire du Pape", 29 March 1941.

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