Les Parisiennes (How the women of Paris lived, loved and died under Nazi Occupation) by NY Times Bestselling Author Anne Sebba


This is the first book I have read written by Anne Sebba, and as a Holocaust Researcher, I found this book to be accurate in all forms and areas.

This book covers the period in history of Paris 1940’s when the men were off to war, and the women were left behind to deal with the Germans and search for food.

Women faced life and death decisions every day, especially when the Nazis and the Vichy regime began rounding up Jews and shipping them to Concentration Camps.

I received this book in exchange for a review, from NetGalley.

It will be available for purchase on Amazon October 18, 2016.



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