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Peeters, Benoît: "A Never Ending Trial. Hergé and the Second World War." In: Rethinking History 6 (2002), S. 261–271. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1080/13642520210164490
BibTeX citation key: Peeters2002b
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Categories: General
Keywords: "Tintin", Belgium, Hergé, Remi. Georges, War
Creators: Peeters
Collection: Rethinking History
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Abstract
Hergé, creator of Tintin, has attracted controversy for his political views and actions during the Nazi occupation of Belgium. The recent publication The Hergé Myth (2001) re-ignited the question of Hergé’s war record. This article responds to the aforementioned pamphlet by simply exploring the key facts from the period. While of course the record is not entirely perfect the article offers a more nuanced view of Hergé’s war than has been offered in recent articles in the press.
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