Debate at the CCLJ with Marie-Anne Weisers on her book “Belgian justice, German executioners and the Shoah”

Tracing the history of international law back to the First World War, the author examines the evolution of decisions taken in the field of repression of war crimes, first by the Allies, then by the Belgian government and parliament after the Second World War. The post-war Belgian trials of German war criminals were seen as a failure. The outcome of these trials did not meet the ambitions ...

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Guided tour of the exhibition “You won’t go dancing anymore! Clandestine dances 1939-1945”

From May 1940 until April 1945, dances in all their forms were banned on French territory. Dancing, a major leisure activity for French youth between the two world wars, came to a halt. Prevented, repressed and sanctioned by the Vichy regime, because it defied morality and good manners, the ball became clandestine. How was the ban transgressed? What music is played? What cultures of the body ...

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