, thousands of refugees left Europe for Martinique. Almost all of them were anti-fascists and many of them Jewish, fleeing war and persecution in Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, and France. Eric Jennings's most recent book provides an
Laura Levine Frader, Ian Merkel, Jessica Lynne Pearson, and Caroline Séquin
Recasting the Image of the Post-1945 French Occupation of Germany
fifty to thirty years following their creation. 28 From this change, announced in 1979, emerged a plan to create the Archives of the French Occupation of Germany and Austria, which opened in the Alsatian town of Colmar in 1986. The archives in Colmar
Racing towards Eurafrica?
, with the Mediterranean as an interior lake. Proponents of Eurafrica in the interwar era hailed from Austria, Italy, France, and elsewhere. While each had different plans to achieve Eurafrica, they shared a fundamental assumption that it would result in