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The autobiography of the woman the Gestapo called the White Mouse (1985)

by Nancy Wake

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After helping people flee France from the Nazi's Nancy found herself fleeing to England. Determined to do more, she joined the military and parachuted back into France to coordinate drops of weapons and supplies with the resistance. Overall, I thought Nancy was an intriguing and brave person. At times the book did go into more details about partying and drinking than her missions, but I guess that was just her personality. Overall, an interesting book, one worth picking up. ( )
  JanaRose1 | Jun 25, 2015 |
Fascinating story about the French Resistance and the daring exploits of Nancy Wake. Born in New Zealand, raised in Australia, Nancy survived the war, was much decorated, and showed great courage in very dangerous situations. ( )
  earthsinger | May 1, 2012 |
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This is the story of a naive and rather sensitive young Australasia romantic who arrived in Paris in 1934 determined not to be uncouth, and of how her experiences made her the woman who K.O.'d a waiter with her bare fist in a Paris club in 1945.
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