Preface List of Tables Introduction PART I: TAKING OVER (JUNE 1940 - JUNE 1941) Chapter 1. Law and Order Chapter 2. Rules and Regulations Chapter 3. Economy and Armament Chapter 4. Culture and Propaganda Chapter 5. Germans and Jews PART II: CRACKING DOWN (JUNE 1941 - NOVEMBER 1942) Chapter 6. The Hostage Crisis Chapter 7. A Dangerous Place Chapter 8. Strict Controls and Stringent Quotas Chapter 9. A Lost Battle Chapter 10. Eichmann in Paris PHOTOS PART III: HOLDING ON (NOVEMBER 1942 - JUNE 1944) Chapter 11. A Turn of Fortune Chapter 12. A Police State Chapter 13. A Deep Contradiction Chapter 14. A Waning Hope Chapter 15. A Wretched Conclusion PART IV: PULLING OUT (JUNE - AUGUST 1944) Chapter 16. The Twilight Weeks Epilogue: The Long Handshake Appendix: Classified French Police Files at the Archives Nationales in Paris List of Abbreviations Notes Bibliography Name Index Subject Index
Allan Mitchell received his PhD from Harvard in 1961 and then taught at Smith College (1961-1972) and the University of California (1973-1993). He has recently published three books: a paperback edition of The Great Train Race: Railways and the Franco-German Rivalry, 1815-1914 (Berghahn Books, 2006); Reves Parisiens. L'echec de projets de transport public en France aux XIXe siecle (Ponts et Chaussees, Paris, 2005); and A Stranger in Paris: Germany's Role in Republican France, 1870-1940 (Berghahn Books, 2006).
...an essential book. It provides precise facts and figures for many issues that have heretofore been presented in impressionistic terms.A" * The International History Review