Léon Degrelle  

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'Whoever does not understand the importance of mud in the Russian problem can not understand what took place for four years on the Eastern Front in Europe."--Campaign in Russia: The Waffen SS on the Eastern Front (1949) by Léon Degrelle

"Le Sec et l'Humide (2008) is a book-length essay by Jonathan Littell, a corpus analysis of the prose of Léon Degrelle in Campaign in Russia: The Waffen SS on the Eastern Front (1949) which makes a clear distinction between the dry (the fascists) and the humid (the Bolsheviks)."--Sholem Stein

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Léon Joseph Marie Ignace Degrelle (15 June 1906 – 31 March 1994) was a Belgian politician and Nazi collaborator. Degrelle rose to prominence in the 1930s as the leader of the Catholic authoritarian Rexist Party in Belgium. During the German occupation in World War II, he enlisted in the German army and fought in the Walloon Legion on the Eastern Front. After the collapse of the Nazi regime, Degrelle went into exile in Francoist Spain where he remained a prominent figure in neo-Nazi politics.

Le Sec et l'Humide (2008) by Jonathan Littell analyzes the corpus of La campagne de Russie, 1941-1945 (1949).

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