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Defending National TreasuresFrench Art and Heritage Under Vichy$
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Elizabeth Karlsgodt

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780804770187

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804770187.001.0001

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Endangered Local Patrimony Bronze Statues in Paris, Chambéry, and Nantes

Endangered Local Patrimony Bronze Statues in Paris, Chambéry, and Nantes

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(p.165) 8 Endangered Local Patrimony Bronze Statues in Paris, Chambéry, and Nantes
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Defending National Treasures
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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804770187.003.0009

This chapter analyzes the impact of the Vichy regime's bronze statue campaign on three French cities: Paris, Chambéry, and Nantes. The competing narratives of local history that emerge in reaction to the recycling campaign help us understand the dynamics of local politics in communities distant from Vichy, both geographically and ideologically. These narratives also reveal the French people's emotional attachment to statuary that had long been considered low-quality works of art but that became infused with new significance when threatened by the wartime regime.

Keywords:   statue campaign, Paris, Chambéry, Nantes, bronze statues, Vichy regime, public reaction, politics

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