To Walk with the Devil: Slovene Collaboration and Axis Occupation, 1941-1945

To Walk with the Devil: Slovene Collaboration and Axis Occupation, 1941-1945

by Gregor J. Kranjc

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781442660533
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division
Publication date: 02/22/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 344
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Gregor Joseph Kranjc is an assistant professor in the Department of History at Brock University.

Table of Contents

Abbreviations

Alternate Spelling of Place Names

Map 1: Axis-Occupied Yugoslavia, 1941

Map 2: The Province of Ljubljana and Surrounding Regions

Introduction

1 The Battle Goes Post-war: The Historiographical Debate

2 Before the Deluge

3 Reality Subverted (6 April-22 June 1941)

4 The Emergence of Resistance (July 1941-November 1942)

5 The Emergence of Collaboration (July 1941-July 1943)

6 The Collapse of Italy and a New Spirit of German Cooperation (July 1943-December 1943)

7 Shoulder to Shoulder with the German Armed Forces (January 1944-December 1944)

8 The Banality of Civilian Collaboration (September 1943-December 1944)

9 The Final Stand and its Consequences (January 1945-May 1945)

Conclusion: The Verdict

Notes

Bibliography

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Padraic Kenney

To Walk with the Devil succeeds admirably in addressing the complex problem of collaboration during the Second World War – which has become a major topic of interest – through a close study the Slovene case. Strongly researched and well-crafted, it is a valuable contribution to several current historical debates that stretch well beyond this specific country.’

From the Publisher

To Walk with the Devil succeeds admirably in addressing the complex problem of collaboration during the Second World War – which has become a major topic of interest – through a close study the Slovene case. Strongly researched and well-crafted, it is a valuable contribution to several current historical debates that stretch well beyond this specific country.’

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