Random House publishers; 1994 "First Edition" stated; hardbound with peach-brown boards and gilt lettering on spine; very good condition with clean pages and tight binding; appears unread; dust jacket quite good condition.
"In this extraordinary diary, Marie-Louise Osmont describes in riveting detail what life was like from the moment six German soldiers arrived at the door of her chateau in 1940, through the occupation of her home and country by both Axis and Allied troops. She shows us what the occupation and invasion of Normandy was like for those whose homeland become a momentous battlefield that changed the course of World War II."
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