By Jacques Sapir
Et si los angeles France avait continué los angeles guerre en juin 1940 ? Et si le gouvernement français avait continué los angeles lutte contre l’Allemagne hitlérienne depuis l’Afrique du Nord ?
Telles sont les questions posées par cet essai où l’histoire rencontre l. a. fiction à travers une oeuvre romanesque haletante et poignante.
Ainsi prend forme une façon entièrement novatrice de relire et d’étudier l’histoire de l’année 1940, dans tous ses features : politique, économique, diplomatique et stratégique. Une substitute aux journées tragiques de juin à décembre 1940 se dessine alors, le contraste entre le attainable et le réel n’ayant qu’un seul yet : montrer que l. a. décision de demander un armistice n’était en rien inéluctable.
Voici le récit d’une histoire qui n’a pas été, mais qui aurait pu être.
« Un récit maîtrisé et plein de suspense, un exercice intellectuel stimulant ponctué de qualities d’humour. » L’Express
« Une ‘‘uchronie” aussi sérieuse qu’excitante.
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Extra info for 1940 Et si la France avait continué la guerre...
It then fought during B A R B A R O S S A with Army Group North in the advance on Leningrad, before shifting south to the Lake Ilmen area. Already depleted, Totenkopf was caught in the Demyansk pocket, and was a mainstay in its defense between February and October 1942. From May, elements were withdrawn to rebuild in France, and new subunits were formed, so that a new Totenkopf Division organized even as the last of the old version bled to death in the Valdai Hills. 35 FORMATIONS OF THE WAFFEN-SS One of the SSTotenkopf Infantry Regiments on the march, circa 1941.
Most of the division went into Soviet captivity, while some individuals went into American captivity near Pilsen. 1) SS-Standartenführer, later SS-Oberführer August Schmidhuber (17 April-11 December 1944) Waffen-Mo\mta\\\ Infantry Regiment of the SS 50 (Albanian no. 1) Wajfjfen-Mountain Infantry Regiment of the SS 51 (Albanian no. 2) Wajfjfen-Mountain Artillery Regiment of the SS 21 (one battalion) W`a/Jer¿-Reconnaissance Battalion of the SS 21 Waff en-Mountain Combat Engineer Battalion of the SS 21 Waffen-Sìgna\ Battalion of the SS 21 Waff en-Anti-Tank Battalion of the SS 21 Ordered into existence in 17 April 1944, the Waffen-SS believed a small division could be formed from Albanians to fight Communist partisans.
After several reorganizations, it became SS-Cavalry Regiments 1 and 2 under control of the WaJfen-SS on 25 February 1941. Expanded into the SS-Cavalry Brigade on 21 July 1941 and used for mopping-up and rear-area operations in the Pripet Marshes region; committed numerous atrocities against civilians and Red Army stragglers. Most of the brigade saw front line action with Army Group Center from December 1941 to May 1942, with units gradually withdrawn for reconstitution. Reorganization into the SS-Cavalry Division ordered on 1 June 1942, with the unit now having a military rather than police character.
1940 Et si la France avait continué la guerre... by Jacques Sapir