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Description: Elek Books, London, ND [1960], 1st edn., 224pp, frontis port. and 4pp half tone ills, dark blue cloth lettered in gilt at spine, coloured pictorial dustwrapper by D. L. Sayer, the story of a young Belgian girl Francoise Labouverie, and her work in Brussels for the Resistance. Eventually coming under suspicion she went into hiding but after a time was denounced, arrested and imprisoned. With the advance of the Allies the prisoners were due to be transported to Germany and she relates how they were prevented by Belgian patriots, faintly bumped at tips, edges tanned and a little foxed, 3 line ink inscr. front free endpaper, dustwrapper: price clipped, a little rubbed at extrems., several small chips and short closed tears, repaired to reverse, very good in a good plus dustwrapper,

Keywords: autobiography war ww2 belgian brussels resistance france refugee

Price: GBP 13.70 = appr. US$ 19.56 Seller: A Book for all Reasons
- Book number: 11883

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