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Crowds of French patriots line the Champs Elysees to view Free French tanks and half tracks of General Leclerc's 2nd Armored Division passes through the Arc du Triomphe, after Paris was liberated on August 26, 1944. Among the crowd can be seen banners in support of Charles de Gaulle.

Today, we are living through a new assault on freedom, coming this time not from without but from within.

By Dan Gelernter, American Greatness, September 21, 2021

Dan Gelernter is a columnist for American Greatness living in Connecticut.

In August 1944, just four days before the arrival of the American Army, Parisians who had suffered under German occupation for four years began an uprising. This was unlike the Warsaw Uprising, which had begun a few weeks earlier—where friendly armies were much further away and where, after savage fighting against SS units for more than two months, the Soviets, though finally close enough to assist, had allowed the Polish freedom fighters to be crushed.

In Paris, the German occupiers were already on the way out. Hitler’s orders to destroy the city would not be enforced—the Nazis were simply packing up and leaving. The French police, having faithfully assisted the occupiers for four years, went on strike. …