Police & Prison Writing

Paris Underground- Etta Shiber- 1943 First Edition

$25.00

  • Details
    New York, Charles Scriber’s Sons, 1943.

    First edition with Scriber’s ‘A’ on copyright page.

    A very good copy in good dust jacket. Head and tail of spine are turned in, previous owner’s name and address written on front free endpaper; spine of dust jacket sunned with a few chips to edges.

    An incredible true story of two women who smuggled nearly 200 British soldiers out of Nazi occupied France. Written by Etta Shriber, a widow of an American newspaperman, quietly living in Paris at the time of the Nazi invasion. Eventually caught and imprisoned in France, Mrs. Shriber was traded for the "hairdresser spy"- Johanna Hoffman. Her accomplice and parter in "crime", Kitty was sentenced to death. A truly remarkable tale that deserves to be told and re-told. Paris Underground was made into a movie of the same name in 1945 directed by Gregory Ratoff.
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