Politics, Society and Christianity in Vichy France

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Index
Abadie, Moussa140
Abetz, Ambassador70-1, 73, 139, 157, 171, 179, 186-7, 304, 368
Action Catholique 280; Concordat idea 233
Action Catholique de la Jeunesse française (ACJF)27, 199, 275, 287-9, 297, 299, 302; church control 300-1; against STO323
Action Française 17, 361; alarmed by left-wing troublemakers 76; anti- Semitism 95-6; against Freemasonry 58; stress on unity of church and government views 132; support for 10; youth movement 270-1
Action Populaire 51, 242, 243
St Agobard 100
d'Alençon, Eric299
Algeria81, 83; anti-Semitism 133; Jews and Communists in government 157
Alibert, RaphaéBl59, 62-3, 101
Amitié Chréitienne116, 124, 136, 386; breaks up 140; practical help for Jews 137-8
St Anselm33
Aragon, Charles205
d'Argenlieu, Thierry213
Amoux, Père117
Assembly of Cardinals and Archbishops 12, 106; anti-communism 23; Chappoulie represents 227; on clandestine activities 200-1; on compulsory labour 312, 315; control of youth groups 300-3; expectations of new order 54; explains its position re STO to Bérard 325; formal support for regime 62; Laval asks to condemn Resistance 167-8; and the Légion 71; offical statement on bombings censored 168-71; and persecution of Jews 135; on persecution of Jews 99, 116; politics of épuration372-3; prostitution regulation 263; support for war 36; trade unions 249, 253-4; withdrawal from politics 69-70; youth movements 276-7, 279, 280
Astier de la Vigerie, Emmanuel211
Atger, Pastor 386
Aubert, Jeanne279
d'Anbigné, Jeanne Merle102-3
L'Autriche souffrante (Chaillet) 33
Auvity, Bishop of Mende 319, 330, 365; on black list 375; on the black list 376, 377; resignation 377
Badelle, Jean292
Bailleul, Roger313
Baptists 11
Barbie, Klausvii
Bardèche, Maurice282
de la Bardonnie, Louis207
Barot, Madeline102-3, 138
Barraud, Jean297
Barth, Karl25, 194; Le Culte raisonnable 35; influence on French Protestantism 34-5; Old Testament link to Jews 98; opposes 'Deutsche Christen' movement 32; Parole de Dieu et parole humaine 35; 'A Question and a Request to the Protestants of France' 38; warnings about nazism 36, 204; youth movements 295
Barthélémy, Joseph63, 89, 113; loyalty oaths 72; sees defeat as moral 37; wrangle over cathedral possessions 180
Bassompierre (of LVF) 346, 348
Baudouin, Paul45, 49, 272-3, 278
Baudrillart, Cardinal8, 19; anticommunism 20, 61-2, 159; Germans never trusted him 187; Groupe Collaboration 345; and LVF348; pro- Nazi 50, 61-2, 179, 361-3; reforms and military preparedness 27
Bazan, Paul282
BBC154, 182, 183; encouragement for Resistance 213; forbidden for Catholics 201
Beaujolin (of Amitié Chrétienne) 116
Beaussart, Mgr 72, 73, 275; accused of leaning towards Doriot 373; on black list 375; 'cordial' 342; Henriot's mass 355; punishment 377
de Beauvoir, Simone58, 271
Bédarida, Renée225
Béaguin, Archbishop of Auch 77, 167-8, 203, 367
Beigbeder, Marc295, 297; Jew Süss review 102
Belgium: compulsory labour 316
Belin, René246, 248
Bell, Bishop of Chichester168, 385
Benedict XV, Pope 15
Benedictine order: nuns save Jews 141
Benenson, Mira213

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Berg French Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • List of Abbreviations x
  • Part I - Christianity in Crisis 1
  • 1 - Introductory 3
  • Notes 13
  • 2 - Christians and Pre-War Politics 15
  • Notes 28
  • 3 - Prelude to Vichy 31
  • Notes 40
  • Part II - Aspirations, Realisations and Disappointments 43
  • 4 - The Man of Destiny 45
  • Notes 65
  • 5 - Christians in Disarray 69
  • Notes 84
  • 6 - The Church: New Laws 87
  • Notes 92
  • Part III - The Scapegoats 93
  • 7 - Christians and Jews--I 95
  • Notes 110
  • 8 - Christians and Jews--Ii 113
  • Notes 124
  • 9 - Christians and Jews: The Aftermath 127
  • Notes 144
  • Part IV - Friends and Foes 149
  • 10 - Christians and the Allies 151
  • Notes 162
  • 11 - Christians, Bombings and 'terrorism' 165
  • Notes 174
  • 12 - Christians and Germans 177
  • Notes 195
  • 13 - Christians and the Resistance 199
  • Notes 220
  • 14 - Vichy, the Church and the Vatican 223
  • Notes 236
  • Part V - The Church and Society 239
  • 15 - The Church and Economic and Social Affairs 241
  • Notes 265
  • 16 - Youth Policy and the Church 269
  • Notes 284
  • 17 - Youth Movements 287
  • Notes 307
  • 18 - Christians and Deportation to Germany 311
  • Notes 334
  • Part VI - Settling the Accounts 339
  • 19 - Christians and the Collaborationists 341
  • Notes 356
  • 20 - 'Epuration' and the Higher Clergy 361
  • Notes 379
  • 21 - Concluding Remarks 383
  • Notes 388
  • Appendix I Before the War: L'Aube and the Catholic Intellectual Press 389
  • Notes 391
  • Appendix II Bishops and Archbishops by Province 393
  • Bibliographical Note 397
  • Select Bibliography 399
  • Index 405
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