View 1 : "Franco-British day, to the benefit of those who fight and their families, 11 and 12 November 1939" poster - ADSM, 63 Fi 50
View 2 : "Vive la France, Vive De Gaulle, Vive les Alliés" posters - ADSM, 63 Fi 39
View 3 : "Assassins always return to the scene of their crime" poster - ADSM, 63 Fi 30
View 4 : "Thanks to the English, our Way of the Cross" poster - ADSM, 63 Fi 58
View 5 : "French, do not forget that if England established an empire in the world over the 200 past years, it is only to the detriment of our country" poster - ADSM, 63 Fi 32
View 6 : "Dakar - Mers El Kebir" poster - ADSM, 63 Fi 66
The Vichy regime likes to recall episodes of Mers-el -Kebir and Dakar in July 1940, which saw the destruction of the French ships and a large part of their crews.
Mers El- Kebir bombings made 1297 victims, while the battleship Richelieu was torpedoed a few days later to Dakar.
At local level, the German authority reminds peoples that helping British airmen leads the guilty before a military tribunal where he will be punished with the death penalty : for Germany, England is the enemy of Europe .