A catch phrase for French defeatists on the
eve of World War II was "Die For Danzig?," the title of an article by
right-wing Socialist Marcel Dêat. Last week Defeatist Dêat was ready to
die for Danzig, Berlin and all way stations. With other leaders of
France's Fascist-minded Rassemblement National Populaire he enlisted to
fight with the Nazis in Russia.
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