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Hungarian Premier Ferenc Szalasi is given the last rites before being hanged as a collaborator in Budapest. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 12th March 1946






Dutch collaborators under arrest at Nijmegan, Holland. They were rounded up after the capture of Nijmegan Bridge by the Allies. (Photo by H. Warhurst/PNA Rota/Getty Images). 1945






Soldiers cutting the hair of a collaborator on Bastille Day. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 12th August 1944






Two French spies, (woman in dark dress and man in white shirt), denying charges of having acted as informers for Nazi Gestapo to a crowd of hostile onlookers in a French village. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1944






Tried and found guilty of collaborating with the Germans, this Frenchman is shown at the instant that bullets from a French firing squad hit him, Rennes, France. (Photo by Himes/Getty Images). 1944






In Rome, an angry crowd of armed anti-Fascist civilians helps a policeman escort an ex-“Big Shot” of the Fascists to the jail where he will be held until tried for crimes committed under the Mussolini regime. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1944










A woman, with her baby whose father is German, and her mother are jeered and humiliated by crowds in Chartres after having their heads shaved as punishment for collaborating with the German troops. (Photo by Robert Capa/Getty Images). 1944






Two women, partially stripped, their heads shaved and with swastikas painted on their faces, are marched barefoot down the streets of Paris, to shame and humiliate them for collaborating with the Germans during the Second World War. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). 27th August 1944






A group of Frenchwomen, who had been accused of collaborating with the Germans, stripped down to their underwear, some with heads shaved, as part of their public humiliation. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images). 1945






Nazi collaborator and sweetheart to SS leaders Madame Aldegonda Zeguers awaiting trial for luring a young Dutch patriot to his death. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images). 1944






A woman collaborator and her baby, whose father is German, returns to her home after having her head shaven following the capture of Chartres by the Allies. (Photo by Robert Capa/Getty Images). 1944






On the left, two sisters, Madelaine Bazise and Mlle Suzanne Lemoine (without scarf) are accused by another women in the village of La Eglise, near Liesville of collaborating with the Germans during the occupation of France. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images). Circa 1945






The mother of Madaleine Bazise is trying to protect her daughter at the door of their house against two French patriots in the village of La Eglise near Liesville. They have come to accuse her daughter of collaborating with the Germans during the occupation. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images). Circa 1945






A woman with a shaven head, accused of collaborating with the Germans during the German occupation of France, is marched away by a member of the French Resistance in a street at Chartres after the city's liberation. (Photo by Ralph Morse/Keystone/Getty Images). August 1944






A woman who collaborated with the Nazis has her hair cut as a sign of public disgust. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). Italy, circa 1945






Four women with shaven heads, accused of collaborating with the Germans during the German occupation of France, lined up beside a member of the French Resistance after the liberation of Chartres. (Photo by Ralph Morse/Keystone/Getty Images). August 1944










A young woman has her hair cropped by French patriots who accuse her of collaborating with the Germans during the occupation. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). Circa 1945














Two French patriots cutting off the hair of a woman who was caught collaborating with the Germans. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images). 10th August 1944






















French traitors executed by firing squad, in the public square of Grenoble, France. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 13th September 1944


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