Translation for 'collaborationist' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a collaborationist | collaborationists
SYNO collaborationist | collaborator | quisling
collaborationist {noun}колаборационист {м}
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Translation for 'collaborationist' from English to Bulgarian

collaborationist {noun}
колаборационист {м}
Usage Examples English
  • Heads of various National collaborationist Administrative Committees within Italian governorate of Montenegro.
  • Ying Gui, Making films with the enemy: Chinese collaborationist filmmakers in Manchukuo, 1937-1945. University of British Columbia, 2018.
  • Four stamps commemorating the exhibition were issued by Serbian collaborationist authorities in January of 1942, depicting Judaism as being the source of all evil in the world and portraying a "strong and victorious Serbia triumphing over the plot of world domination."
  • The Ukrainian collaborationist forces were composed of an estimated 180,000 volunteers serving with units scattered all over Europe.
  • In 1943, it participated in a collaborationist front, dominated by the National Popular Rally, in an attempt to unify with other fascist movements.

  • In 1939, Mu became the general manager of a collaborationist newspaper under Wang Jingwei's collaborationist government.
  • With the governance of Peru split between a Chilean administration in Lima and the rest of the Peruvian coast, a collaborationist government in La Magdalena and later Cajamarca, and De Piérola's partially organized resistance in Ayacucho, later joined by another collaborationist government turned parallel government in Arequipa, different countries took different attitudes regarding who to recognize as the legitimate government of Peru.
  • He refused to work with collaborationist socialists and founded a socialist action committee, which became part of the French Resistance.
  • He published "Material de Discusión" in London, and maintained a collaborationist position.
  • Other collaborationist movements were sub-sections of national political parties.

  • He had become hostile to communism, and wrote for the collaborationist press.
  • It was widely viewed as a collaborationist organization.
  • During World War II, he ran for a while the collaborationist radio station Radio Paris.
  • Velimirović had a high opinion of Dimitrije Ljotić, a Serbian fascist politician and German collaborationist.
  • During the German occupation Sundlo was "Rikshirdsjef" (paramilitary collaborationist commander) from the autumn of 1940.

  • Mamy had also been a journalist on the collaborationist periodical "L'Appel" under Pierre Constantini (leader of the Ligue française d’épuration, d’entraide sociale et de collaboration européenne) and on the collaborationist journal "Au pilori".
  • "L'Appel" ("The Calling") was a collaborationist periodical of Vichy France.
  • The Ukrainian Legion of Self-Defense ([...] , [...]) was a Ukrainian collaborationist formation during World War II.
  • Dušan Letica ([...]; 23 October 1884 – 19 September 1945) was a Serbian lawyer, translator, and Axis Power collaborationist during World War II.
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