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Chris Millington

influence of the culture on post-war mentalities and discourse detached some conservative veterans from the republic and prompted them to join extreme right-wing anti-republican leagues. Five months after the Wagram meeting, in February 1934, UNC veterans joined the leagues on the streets of Paris in a riot that brought down the radical government of Edouard Daladier. After so many threats, it appeared that the veterans had made good on their promise to attack those in power. Notes    1  Bruno Cabanes, La Victoire endeuillée. La sortie de guerre des soldats français 1918

in From victory to Vichy
Keith Rathbone

L. Capdevila, Les Bretons au lendemain de l’Occupation: imaginaire et comportement d’une sortie de guerre (1944–1945) (Rennes: Presses universitaire de Rennes, 1999), p. 222. 66 SF Archives, Marcel Villette, ‘Le Stade de la Faisanderie pendant l’Occupation’ (1946). 67 ADHG 2042 W 15 ‘Letter from

in Sport and physical culture in Occupied France