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Description:Fair Worn, spots, yellowed jacket. Covers scuffed/scratched,...Fair Worn, spots, yellowed jacket. Covers scuffed/scratched, lots of shelf wear, spots on page edges Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority.
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Description:Fair to Good. 2nd impression. 327 pp. including index. Clean...Fair to Good. 2nd impression. 327 pp. including index. Clean tanned pages. Introductory pages plus chapter one are detaching at bottom margin. Title page is chipped along bottom edge. Wraps have creases at corners & by the spine. Spine cover is torn at the bottom front & peeling. Solid copy for reading. World War II biography about the underground escape lines.
Title: Saturday at M.I.9--One of the Great Untold Stories of Heroism in World War II // History of Underground Escape Lines in N.W. Europe in 1940-45 Author:Airey Neave ISBN-13:9780340127490 ISBN:034012749X
Description:PHOTO Cover! Good to Very Good. Mass Market Paperback. 12mo-over...PHOTO Cover! Good to Very Good. Mass Market Paperback. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" Tall. 318 pages. "This is the first inside story of the underground escape lines in occupied North-West Europe which brough back to Britain over 4, 000 Allied servicemen during the Second World War. It is not an official history. Many details will remain recret for a long time but Airey Neave who, in the last two of war, was the chief organizer at M.I. 9. gives his own unique account. He describes low the excape lines began in the first dark hours of German occupation an dhow until the end of the war, thousands of ordinary people made their own contribution to the Allied victory by hiding and feeding men and guiding them to safety..."
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