By Judy Barrett Litoff,Virginia d'Albert-Lake,Judy Litoff
Judy Barrett Litoff brings jointly infrequent documents—Virginia’s diary of wartime France until eventually her seize in 1944 and her legal memoir written instantly after the conflict. Masterfully edited, they communicate the compassion and longevity of an almost forgotten heroine as they supply a useful list of the workings of the Resistance via one of many only a few American ladies who participated in it.
“An indelible portrait of notable energy of personality . . . [D’Albert-Lake] is sombre, reflective, and responsive to each detail.”—The New Yorker
“A sharply etched and relocating tale of affection, companionship, dedication, and sacrifice. . . . This fantastically edited diary and memoir throw an unique gentle at the French Resistance.”—Robert Gildea, writer of Marianne in Chains: looking for the German career, 1940-1945
“At as soon as a beautiful self-portrait and dramatic narrative of a valorous younger American girl . . . a thrilling and gripping tale, the most effective of the various wartime tales.” —Walter Cronkite
“An spell binding story which brims with courageous airmen and plucky heroines.”—David Kirby, St. Petersburg Times
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An American Heroine in the French Resistance: The Diary and Memoir of Virginia D'Albert-Lake (World War II: The Global, Human, and Ethical Dimension) by Judy Barrett Litoff,Virginia d'Albert-Lake,Judy Litoff