Promouvoir et jouer au football pendant la guerre : la Fédération internationale de football association, les forces de l’Axe et la Deuxième Guerre mondiale

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Title
Promouvoir et jouer au football pendant la guerre : la Fédération internationale de football association, les forces de l’Axe et la Deuxième Guerre mondiale
Journal
Hispania Nova : Primera Revista de Historia Contemporánea on-line en castellano
Author(s)
Vonnard P., Quin G.
Publication state
Published
Issued date
01/2019
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
17
Pages
306-340
Language
french
Abstract
The repercussions of the rise of totalitarianism in the interwar period and more precisely of the war itself on international sport have already been the subject of detailed studies, particularly around the International Olympic Committee (IOC), but football - and in particular the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) - is also an excellent analyst of this "turning point" in the history of the 20th century. Indeed, the 1930s and 1940s were key decades to understand the challenges of the politicization of football, to highlight how sports leaders operate in an ambivalent context, but also to analyse the transformation of the governance of an international organization between the attempts of interference driven by Axis forces and the "resistance" orchestrated by Secretary General. Thus, this article aims to question and analyse the investment of Axis forces around FIFA, particularly in the light of its continued activity during the war, using some original archives and documents from the FIFA documentation center.
Keywords
History, Second World War, Politics, FIFA, International Relations
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Yes
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