No Passport for Paris

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No Passport for Paris

By Alice-Leone Moats
Putnam, 1945
275 pp. $2.50

Miss Moats, who seems to have quite a knack for getting into and out of tight places, tells us about affairs and personages in Franco Spain during the war and about an unauthorized trip into Occupied France. Miss Moats suffers from no afflictions of false modesty.

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