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Printed in the Stars & Stripes issue of August 19, 1944 (the official date of the Paris liberation) was this short notice concerning the hasty disappearance of the Nazi-collaborators who lorded over the French during the occupation:

"Laval, Darnand and other Vichyites fled from Paris to Metz, according to a United Press report quoting a French resistance leader who reached the British front from Paris. The whereabouts of Marshal Petain were not known."

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Vichy Government Flees Paris (The Stars and Stripes, 1944)

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