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Les Villeneuvois et les Villeneuvoises sous l'Occupation 1940 - 1944

£29.99

Product description

The French language book describes the life and sufferings of the citizens of Villeneuve-Saint -Georges and Villeneuve-le-Roi, twin towns on either back of the Seine, under German occupation during the Second World War. Their difficulties were greatly increased when the bridge linking the two towns was destroyed. Later many buildings were also destroyed by allied bombing. The book is well illustrated with contemporary monochrome photographs integrated into the text.

This copy appears to be clean and free from damage, with tight binding. The original purchase price on the back cover (155 F) has been covered with blue ink.

Item details

Author(s):
Castel, Jean-Marie & Juret, Raymond
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24cm x 16cm x 1.9cm
Edition:
2nd, 1991.
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
363
Publisher:
Desbouis Gresel, Montgeron.
Title:
Les Villeneuvois et les Villeneuvoises sous l'Occupation 1940 - 1944

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The French language book describes the life and sufferings of the citizens of Villeneuve-Saint -Georges and Villeneuve-le-Roi, twin towns on either back of the Seine, under German occupation during the Second World War. Their difficulties were greatly increased when the bridge linking the two towns was destroyed. Later many buildings were also destroyed by allied bombing. The book is well illustrated with contemporary monochrome photographs integrated into the text.

This copy appears to be clean and free from damage, with tight binding. The original purchase price on the back cover (155 F) has been covered with blue ink.

Author(s):
Castel, Jean-Marie & Juret, Raymond
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24cm x 16cm x 1.9cm
Edition:
2nd, 1991.
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
363
Publisher:
Desbouis Gresel, Montgeron.
Title:
Les Villeneuvois et les Villeneuvoises sous l'Occupation 1940 - 1944

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