A LONG-LOST MEMOIR OF ESCAPING THE NAZIS
AND OCCUPIED FRANCE

33 Jours by Léon Werth is a 200 paged-account of the exodus of French citizens when the German army entered Paris in 1940 : 33 days of chaos when the French are on the road with all their belongings. Once their cars run out of gasoline, they continue on foot or by bike. People talk on the road, and choose sides...

Léon Werth is a direct witness and actor in this history-in-progress. His account is at once sharp, moving and funny.

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