Denouncing the “Quislings’ of Europe

Quisling

– a traitor who collaborates with an enemy force occupying their country.


The term ‘quisling’ originated in Norway in 1933.  Vidkun Quisling was a Norwegian military officer and politician who nominally headed the government of Norway during the occupation of the country by Nazi Germany during World War 2.

He was put on trial in Norway charged with embezzlement, murder and high treason against the Norwegian. He was sentenced to death and killed by firing squad on 24th October, 1945


Denouncing the “QUISLINGS” of Europe

Vidkun Quisling

The Norwegian adventurer who gave the world a new word. He is the original Quisling, the standard pattern of Nazi agent and tool who works for disintegration inside a country. After years in Russia, he tried to found a Red Guard in Norway. Now he is the Nazi’s big failure as Gauleilter in Oslo.

Others have sought to achieve success by selling their countries to the Nazis… the hypocrisy of these infamous creatures is laid bare in a series of candid articles in “THE STAR”


FRANCE: Laval

The Quisling who had dealings with the Nazis behind the backs of Frenchmen as long ago as 1934.


BELGIUM: Degrelle

The Belgian Fascist who today considers himself the mouthpiece of the Nazi New Order in Europe


HOLLAND: Mussert

Ex-waterworks engineer who in turn has been Communist, Socialist and Nazi – but could not impress Mussolini.


SLOVAKIA: Tiso

The priest-president of Bratislava who maintains a new feudalism under Berlin’s direction and control.


Source:
Article appeared in the Bromley & Kentish Times, March 1941

Terms:
Gauleilter= a political official governing a district under Nazi rule.

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