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The Patriotic Traitors

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The Patriotic Traitors

The Patriotic Traitors
Author David Littlejohn
Country United Kingdom
Language English, German
Genre History
Publisher Heinemann
Publication date
Pages 391 pp
ISBN ISBN 0-434-42725-X
OCLC 475283
LC Class D802.A2 L57

The Patriotic Traitors: A History of Collaboration in German-Occupied Europe, 1940-45 is a 1972 book by David Littlejohn. It is a history of the European nationalists who took part in collaborationism with the Third Reich. Individual chapters are devoted to Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and the Soviet Union.


Littlejohn was later criticized for the book and in his work The Kings And The Pawn, Leonid Rein stated that it was wrong to "attribute all collaboration during World War II to fascist and fascist-like parties".[1]

See also


  1. ^ Rein, Leonid (2011). The Kings And The Pawns. Berghahn Books. p. 28.  

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