The plaque in Lower Manhattan honored Vichy French leader Philippe Petain, who oversaw the deportation of 75,000 Jews to concentration camps.
Like the thermal waters of the town, Vichy’s history continues to bubble and belch, at times with enough force to upend French politics and culture.
Faurisson insisted that the gas chambers in Auschwitz were the “biggest lie of the 20th century.”
Louis Vuitton has more baggage than you think, a new exhibit shows.
Jean Luc Mélenchon also said that Emmanuel Macron was wrong to explicitly link anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism, a crime in France.
New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind is asking the city to remove a plaque commemorating a ticker-tape parade held in honor of Philippe Pétain in 1931.
Zara sells gingham. Nothing to see here.
A new French best-seller puts the puppet Vichy regime on a shameful pedestal. Robert Zaretsky unpacks the historic distortion, written by a Jewish author.
When the Nazis invaded France in 1940, the music world was split down the middle. A new book finds both villains and heroes in the story of the World War II occupation.
The French winemaking region of Châteauneuf-du-Pape in Provence has a hidden history of anti-Semitism, as we learn in a new history of the Vichy regime.