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France in torment, Madeleine Gex Le Verrier, 1942 - Paris occupée, deuxième guerre mondiale, english

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France in Torment, Madeleine Gex le Verrier -  I. Ten months in the occupied zone, june 1940 to 10 April 1941 : last days before the Armistice - the Germans arrive - how the peasants reacted to Marchal Pétain's speech and to Général de Gaulle's appeal - saving the archives of l'Europe Nouvelle - portrait of Paris in August 1940 - awakening of Resistance - My friends - law-suit brought by Je suis partout against L'Europe Nouvelle - the meeting at Montoire, and the anti-German demonstration in November 11th - the anti-Jewish decrees and their reception in the Occupied Zone - Glimpes of Paris little cafés and the man in the street - the return of the Duke of Reichstadt's ashes - crisis of december 12th - the Germans starve Paris - Martyrdom of engineer Bonsergent - the German in Paris - Commanderings, lootings, regulation of all kinds of french activity - the propaganda board - venalty of the Occupying Authorities - Foundation of the National populair Assembly - the V Campaign - the sale of Pétain's portrait- Résistance in Paris, the Country districts, the prisoners' Camps - A last afternoon with my friends - German repressive measures - end of the action brought against L'Europe Nouvelle - How I left Paris for the Unuccupied Zone - II. Fives months in the Unoccupied Zone. Edited Hamish Hamilton, London, 1942. #Paris occupée, #arrivée des Allemands dans Paris, #2e guerre mondiale, #2nd world war, #WW2, #war novel, #antique english book

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France in Torment, Madeleine Gex le Verrier -  I. Ten months in the occupied zone, june 1940 to 10 April 1941 : last days before the Armistice - the Germans arrive - how the peasants reacted to Marchal Pétain's speech and to Général de Gaulle's appeal - saving the archives of l'Europe Nouvelle - portrait of Paris in August 1940 - awakening of Resistance - My friends - law-suit brought by Je suis partout against L'Europe Nouvelle - the meeting at Montoire, and the anti-German demonstration in November 11th - the anti-Jewish decrees and their reception in the Occupied Zone - Glimpes of Paris little cafés and the man in the street - the return of the Duke of Reichstadt's ashes - crisis of december 12th - the Germans starve Paris - Martyrdom of engineer Bonsergent - the German in Paris - Commanderings, lootings, regulation of all kinds of french activity - the propaganda board - venalty of the Occupying Authorities - Foundation of the National populair Assembly - the V Campaign - the sale of Pétain's portrait- Résistance in Paris, the Country districts, the prisoners' Camps - A last afternoon with my friends - German repressive measures - end of the action brought against L'Europe Nouvelle - How I left Paris for the Unuccupied Zone - II. Fives months in the Unoccupied Zone

Edited Hamish Hamilton, London, 1942. #Paris occupée, #arrivée des Allemands dans Paris, #2e guerre mondiale, #2nd world war, #WW2, #war novel, #antique english book

description : livre relié, couverture toilée, 167 pages. format 20 cm x 13.5 cm. bon état intérieur, quelques taches sur la couverture.

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