Thousands of French people who collaborated with the Nazis during World War II are set to be unmasked as official reports from the era are finally made public.

All of the files will be scanned and published online.

They include information passed on to the Gestapo by those who lived during the Occupation of 1940 to 1944.

Since the Liberation of Paris all have been kept hidden in cardboard boxes in the basement of the Police Museum in the French capital.

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