FRANCE: The Jackals

To Louis Salve and his sidekick Gaston Lange, who had been a police inspector before the war, the postwar world looked bright indeed. When they dropped into their favorite cafe in the Rue Sorbier, the patron broke out the tricolor as a sign that Heroes of the Resistance were having a drink in his humble place. Lange and Salve spent a lot of time in the courts, where they were recognized as authorities on who had been a collaborator and who had not: again & again Lange and Salve testified that suspected traitors...

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