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On 25th August 1944 Hitler called for the burning of Paris. How the city escaped his death sentence is dramatically revealed in this account of the ...Show synopsisOn 25th August 1944 Hitler called for the burning of Paris. How the city escaped his death sentence is dramatically revealed in this account of the events involved. On 19th August, the Parisians rose in open defiance of their Nazi oppressors. After stirring days of tension, suspense and heroism the long, agonizing week ended in victory. On 26th August General de Gaulle strode towards Notre Dame while firing swept its rooftops. This marked the first full day of liberty. From the author of "O Jerusalem!" and "Freedom at Midnight".Hide synopsis
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Gripping story of how Paris was preserved as German occupation ended! Subplots of conflict between French communists and DeGaullists and how Choltitz resisted detonating dynamite charges planted about the City before retreating are remarkable.
This story of the liberation of Paris opens in mid-August 1944 with the covert arrival in France of a messenger for the head of British Intelligence in Paris. The devastating information he carries is that the city will not be liberated until after the Allied armies have swept round in a pincer movement ...
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