Nearly 60 years after the end of the Second World War, the name "Degrelle" remains controversial in Belgium and abroad. Reviled by many, honored by others, Leon Degrelle's service in the German military continues to spawn controversy. Was he a traitor to his nation, or a hero for anti-Communism. Until recently, the only information available on the man and his political movement came from Degrelle's own memoirs, or from works heavily slanted for or against him. Eddy De Bruyne, specialist in WWII Walloon Military Collaboration, and as such for more than 15 years correspondent to the former Brussels based Center for Research and Studies on the History of the Second World War (now CEGES), has devoted over 20 years to intensively studying the available documentation, as well as interviewing the surviving collaborators of that era, including Degrelle himself. De Bruyne's findings, set down in several French language publications, represent the most detailed studies of Walloon political and military collaboration yet assembled. Now, with the aid of American Waffen-SS researcher Marc Rikmenspoel, De Bruyne has combined his works into a single English language book.,
Publisher: Helion & Company
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 1583 g
Dimensions: 305 x 222 x 23 mm
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