Combat (newspaper)
Combat (French for "fight") was a French newspaper created during the Second World War. Originally a clandestine newspaper of the Resistance, it was headed by Albert Ollivier, Jean Bloch-Michel, Georg...
Faux Soir
The Faux Soir was a spoof issue of the Belgian newspaper Le Soir published on 9 November 1943 by the Front de l'Indépendance, a Belgian resistance organisation. Employing the weapons of humour and der...
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Operation N
Operation N (Polish: Akcja N, where "N" stands for the Polish word "Niemcy," "Germany") was a complex of sabotage, subversion and black-propaganda activities carried out by the Polish resistance a...
Operation N - Wikipedia
Sprawy Narodu
Sprawy Narodu was a Polish monthly magazine, dealing with the socio-cultural topics published in the occupied Warsaw from July 1943 to July 1944. It was printed secretly by the National Party (Stronni...
Polish underground press
Polish underground press devoted to prohibited materials (sl. Polish: bibuła, lit. semitransparent blotting paper or, alternatively, Polish: drugi obieg, lit. second circulation) has a long h...
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Vrij Nederland
Vrij Nederland (Free Netherlands) is a Dutch magazine which was established during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II as an underground newspaper but has since grown into a magaz...
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Rzeczpospolita Polska (magazine)
Rzeczpospolita Polska was the official magazine of the Government Delegation for Poland (highest authority of the Polish Underground State). It was a source of instruction and information for other Po...
Rzeczpospolita Polska (magazine) - Wikipedia
La Voix du Nord (daily)
La Voix du Nord (French; lit. The Voice of the North or The Voice of the Nord) is a regional daily newspaper from the north-east of France. Its headquarters are in Lille.
Voix du Nord was one of t...
Tajne Wojskowe Zakłady Wydawnicze
Tajne Wojskowe Zakłady Wydawnicze (translated as the Secret Military Printing Works or the Secret Military Publishing House) was the secret printing and publishing house of the Polish Underground Stat...
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Sztuka i Naród
Sztuka i Naród ([ˈʂtuka i ˈnarud]; Art and Nation) was a Polish monthly published covertly in Warsaw, occupied Poland during World War II. It was supported by the resistance group Konfederacja Narodu....
Polish literature during World War II
The outbreak of World War II in Europe completely changed the situation of Polish cultural and literary life. All institutions were liquidated by the Nazi and Soviet occupiers. Artists were forced to ...
Polish literature during World War II - Wikipedia
Droga
Droga was a monthly magazine dedicated to literary and social topics. It was published in Nazi-occupied Warsaw from December 1943 to April 1944. Its founders were Ewa Pohoska and Juliusz Garztecki.
Droga - Wikipedia
De Typhoon
De Typhoon: Dagblad voor de Zaanstreek was a Dutch regional newspaper published in Zaandam. It was founded in 1944 (during World War II) as an anti-German resistance paper, and continued after the war...
Biuletyn Informacyjny
Biuletyn Informacyjny ("Information Bulletin") was a Polish underground weekly published covertly in occupied Poland during World War II.It was started in November 1939 in Warsaw as the main press rel...
Biuletyn Informacyjny - Wikipedia
Trouw
Trouw ([trʌu]; English: Loyalty) is a Dutch daily newspaper appearing in compact size. It was founded in 1943 as an underground newspaper during World War II. Since 2009, it is owned by De Persgro...
Trouw - Wikipedia
De Waarheid
De Waarheid (literally 'The Truth') was the newspaper of the Communist Party of the Netherlands. It originated in 1940 under the German occupation as a resistance paper, the day after general H.G. Win...
Het Parool
Het Parool is an Amsterdam-based daily newspaper. It was first published on 11 August 1941 as a resistance paper during the German occupation of the Netherlands (1940–1945). The name means "The Passwo...