Collaborationism

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Collaborationism is a form of treason in which a party is caught helping out or giving supplies to an aggressor nation during wartime. Examples during World War II include the Vichy regime of France, American poet Ezra Pound, and the British radio personality Lord Haw-Haw. A recent example during the Vietnam War is Jane Fonda.

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