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100 1  Humbert, Agnès 
240 10 Notre guerre.|lEnglish 
245 10 Résistance :|bmemoirs of occupied France /|cAgnès Humbert 
       ; translated from the French and with notes by Barbara 
       Mellor ; afterword by Julien Blanc 
260    London :|bBloomsbury,|c2009 
300    x, 370 p., [8] p. of plates :|bill. ;|c20 cm 
500    [Also publised in US as title: Résistance : a woman's 
       journal of struggle and defiance in occupied France] 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [358]-359) and 
505 0  The fall of the Third Republic -- Paris under the Swastika
       -- In the prison du Cherche-Midi -- In the prison de la 
       Sante -- In the prison de Fresnes -- In the communal cell 
       -- Forced labour -- At the Phrix Rayon Factory -- The fall
       of the Third Reich -- Hunting the Nazis 
520    A real-life Suite Française, this riveting diary by a key 
       female member of the French Resistance in WWII is 
       translated into English for the first time. Agnès Humbert 
       was an art historian in Paris during the German occupation
       in 1940. Though she might well have weathered the 
       oppressive regime, Humbert was stirred to action by the 
       atrocities she witnessed. In an act of astonishing bravery,
       she joined forces with several colleagues to form an 
       organized resistance--very likely the first such group to 
       fight back against the occupation. (In fact, their 
       newsletter, Résistance, gave the French Resistance its 
       name.) In the throes of their struggle for freedom, the 
       members of Humbert's group were betrayed to the Gestapo; 
       Humbert herself was imprisoned. In immediate, electrifying
       detail, Humbert describes her time in prison, her 
       deportation to Germany, where for more than two years she 
       endured a string of brutal labor camps, and the horror of 
       discovering that seven of her friends were executed by a 
       firing squad. But through the direst of conditions, and 
       ill health in the labor camps, Humbert retains hope for 
       herself, for her friends, and for humanity. Originally 
       published in France in 1946, the book was soon forgotten 
       and is now translated into English for the first time.--
       From publisher description 
600 10 Humbert, Agnès|vDiaries 
650  0 World War, 1939-1945|xPrisoners and prisons, German 
650  0 World War, 1939-1945|xUnderground movements|zFrance 
650  0 World War, 1939-1945|vPersonal narratives, French 
650  0 Prisoners of war|zFrance|vDiaries 
650  0 Prisoners of war|zGermany|vDiaries 
651  0 France|xHistory|yGerman occupation, 1940-1945 
700 1  Mellor, Barbara 
740 02 Résistance : a woman's journal of struggle and defiance in
       occupied France 
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