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L'impossible neutralité : Jean Rudolf von Salis et Herbert Lüthy, deux intellectuels suisses face à la guerre

Abstract : Although Switzerland was like a « besieged fortress » after France’s surrender in 1940, it preserved some basic freedoms, like the freedom of expression, even if the « neutrality of opinion » limited the possibility of criticizing foreign powers. This paper shows how two Swiss commentators in these years 1940 to 1944, Jean Rudolf von Salis and Herbert Lüthy, tried to analyse and explain the situation of a world torn apart by war.
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Thomas Nicklas. L'impossible neutralité : Jean Rudolf von Salis et Herbert Lüthy, deux intellectuels suisses face à la guerre. La Suisse, entre consensus et conflits : enjeux et représentations, Germanosphères (Maison des Sciences de l'Homme ; Clermont-Ferrand), Nov 2015, Clermont-Ferrand, France. pp.49-63. ⟨hal-02547324⟩

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