Was the French Resistance Jewish?
Jews led—and purposefully did not lead—some of the many specialized groups that fought Vichy France and its Nazi occupiers
BY RENÉE POZNANSKI
MAY 03, 2016
Proust’s Madeleine Was Originally a Slice of Toast
The publication by Gallimard of the earliest manuscript of what would become ‘In Search of Lost Time’ lays bare the autobiographical origins of Proust’s key themes, including his ambivalence about his Jewishness
BY MITCHELL ABIDOR
JULY 09, 2021
The Jewish communities of America and France created liberal modernity, so it’s no accident they’re dissolving
BY MARC WEITZMANN
JANUARY 06, 2021
Double Exposure: Jean-Pierre Melville
The ambiguities and darkness of Nazi-occupied France propelled him to flee his country, take a new name, fight in the Resistance, and then invent film noir. But the past continued to haunt him.
BY ADRIEN BOSC
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