DD351 The Barber & The Victim

King & Country

A forlorn young women sits alone and fearful as a male member of the resistance outs off her hair in front of a jeering crowd of onlookers. Because she has no child she may suffer further cruelty and humiliation... Some women collaborators were also ‘tarred and feathered’ before being expelled from their towns and villages. For many male collaborators punishment was even worse... they would be physically beaten, then shot or hanged!

Collections: King & Country - WWII D-Day

Category: WWII K&C DD

Type: Miniature

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