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The Resource Paris-underground, by Etta Shiber ; in collaboration with Anne and Paul Dupré

Paris-underground, by Etta Shiber ; in collaboration with Anne and Paul Dupré

Label
Paris-underground
Title
Paris-underground
Statement of responsibility
by Etta Shiber ; in collaboration with Anne and Paul Dupré
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
True story of two women, an American, and an English woman, who are friends, and roommates. They are living in Paris when Germany invades Paris, during WWII. The book is narrated thru the eyes of Ms. Shiber. The two ladies become involved in the underground movement of transporting stranded English soldiers out of occupied France, and then back to England to rejoin the war effort. The two ladies are apprehended and thrown into jail. Compelling reading of war time conditions and atrocities.
Assigning source
Amazon
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Paris-underground, by Etta Shiber ; in collaboration with Anne and Paul Dupré
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Escape from Europe -- Flight from Paris -- The English pilot -- Running the gauntlet -- "They are here" -- Plans for escape -- William escapes -- A trip to Doullens -- Ten thousand Englishmen -- The gestapo pounces -- "Where is Lieutenant Burke?" -- Nach Paris -- The wound -- Friends or enemies? -- A visit to Father Christian -- The death decree -- An old friend -- Check to the gestapo -- Made in heaven -- Two scares -- The arrest -- Prison -- First day in prison -- The stool pigeon -- Release! -- Where is Kitty? -- Travels with a shadow -- Prison again -- Kitty -- The trial -- Captain Weber speaks -- The sentence -- Cut rate for freedom -- Micheline -- A new cell-mate -- Louise clears up a mystery -- A new prison -- Prison at Troyes -- Pearl Harbor : axis report --- A new arrival -- Spring -- Parole -- Father Christian -- Last days in Paris
Control code
396379
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
vi, 392 pages
Lccn
43014344
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Gift of Dick J. Reavis, 2008 (Access. No. 2008-003). Former owner's inscription on front free endpaper. Stamped on edges: Return to Dick J. Reavis. Book jacket chipped. With covered dust jacket.
Label
Paris-underground, by Etta Shiber ; in collaboration with Anne and Paul Dupré
Publication
Contents
Escape from Europe -- Flight from Paris -- The English pilot -- Running the gauntlet -- "They are here" -- Plans for escape -- William escapes -- A trip to Doullens -- Ten thousand Englishmen -- The gestapo pounces -- "Where is Lieutenant Burke?" -- Nach Paris -- The wound -- Friends or enemies? -- A visit to Father Christian -- The death decree -- An old friend -- Check to the gestapo -- Made in heaven -- Two scares -- The arrest -- Prison -- First day in prison -- The stool pigeon -- Release! -- Where is Kitty? -- Travels with a shadow -- Prison again -- Kitty -- The trial -- Captain Weber speaks -- The sentence -- Cut rate for freedom -- Micheline -- A new cell-mate -- Louise clears up a mystery -- A new prison -- Prison at Troyes -- Pearl Harbor : axis report --- A new arrival -- Spring -- Parole -- Father Christian -- Last days in Paris
Control code
396379
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
vi, 392 pages
Lccn
43014344
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Gift of Dick J. Reavis, 2008 (Access. No. 2008-003). Former owner's inscription on front free endpaper. Stamped on edges: Return to Dick J. Reavis. Book jacket chipped. With covered dust jacket.

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