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"The Nazi troops who came marching through the wide boulevards of Europe's most beautiful city found a dead city. Of its 3,000,000 inhabitants, an estimated 2,000,000 had left, and those who remained stayed discreetly indoors. Not a business house functioned, not a café was open for business. Only the police roamed the streets and they had been disarmed to constitute a purely civilian force. Of the capital's diplomatic corps, only U.S. Ambassador William C. Bullitt (1891 - 1967) and a small part of his staff remained."

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Nazis Take Paris (PM Tabloid, 1940)

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