The Germans Came to Paris

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The Germans Came to Paris

By Peter De Polnay
Duell, 1943
280 pp. $2.75

This description of life, intrigue and growing French resistance in Nazi-dominated Paris is one of the best accounts to come out of occupied France. The author is a Hungarian novelist who for a while enjoyed special privileges in the French capital.

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