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Villa Air-Bel : World War II, escape, and a house in Marseille

저자: Rosemary Sullivan
출판사: New York : Harper Collins, ©2006.
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"France, 1940. The once glittering boulevards of Paris teem with spies, collaborators, and the Gestapo now that France has fallen to Hitler's Wermacht. For Andre Breton, Max Ernst, Victor Serge, Marc Chagall, Consuelo de Saint-Exupery, Remedios Varo, Benjamin Peret, and scores of other cultural elite denounced as enemies of the Third Reich, fear and uncertainty define daily life. One wrong glance, one misplaced
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장르/형태: History
자료 유형: 인터넷 자료
문서 형식: 책, 인터넷 자원
모든 저자 / 참여자: Rosemary Sullivan
ISBN: 9780060732509 0060732504
OCLC 번호: 69332425
설명: xv, 476 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
내용: The road out --
The photograph --
The dinner party : late October 1940 --
The heiress --
The young clerk at the Préfecture de Police : Paris, 1933 --
An evening at the apartment of Alexander Werth : 1934 --
The Paris riots, February 6, 1934 --
Up in the clouds, 1935 --
The Congress and the case of Victor Serge : Paris, 1935 --
Friends for life --
The Paris Exposition : 1937 --
Picasso and the dress rehearsal : April 1937 --
Degenerate art : Munich, 1937 --
The anschluss or merging : March 1938 --
The clients of Varian Fry --
The shadow city : 1938 --
Reality up for grabs : Summer 1938 --
Am I my brother's keeper? the French border : February 1939 --
Desperate to party : Paris, Summer 1939 --
The call : September 1939 --
L drôle de guerre : Autumn 1939-Spring 1940 --
Shame : September 1939 --
One man's nightmare : September-December 1939 --
L'humour noir --
Retreat : Operation Dynamo : May 26-June 4, 1940 --
The fall of Paris : June 10, 1940 --
Fear --
The capitulation --
Postcards from the zone libre --
Save the child : June 18-July 15 --
Marseille I : July 1940 --
They gather --
Marseille II : August 1940 --
The quiet American --
England is Ursula ; France is Heinrich --
The Fittkos : September 1940 Connections --
Killer --
Statut de Juifs : October 3, 1940 --
New staff at CAS --
The Villa Air-bel --
Sunday afternoon : rebellion --
Espervisa : Fall 1940 --
Marseille III : October 1940 --
The commandant --
We protest and reserve all rights --
The honeymoon --
Police report --
Deep freeze --
Visa division : Department of State --
Waiting at the villa : Spring 1941 --
Slipping the noose : March 1941 --
Art lover --
Boulevard Garibaldi --
Arrested --
My black heart --
Triste tropique --
Winding down : Summer 1941 --
End game --
Decompression chamber --
Empty villa : September 1941 --
Resistance : 1942-44.
책임: Rosemary Sullivan.
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"France, 1940. The once glittering boulevards of Paris teem with spies, collaborators, and the Gestapo now that France has fallen to Hitler's Wermacht. For Andre Breton, Max Ernst, Victor Serge, Marc Chagall, Consuelo de Saint-Exupery, Remedios Varo, Benjamin Peret, and scores of other cultural elite denounced as enemies of the Third Reich, fear and uncertainty define daily life. One wrong glance, one misplaced confidence, could mean arrest, deportation, and death. Their only salvation is the Villa Air-Bel, a chateau outside Marseille where a group of young people will go to extraordinary lengths to keep them alive."

"Financed by the Emergency Rescue Committee, a private American relief organization, unlikely heroes - feisty graduate student Miriam Davenport, Harvard-educated classical scholar Varian Fry, beautiful and compelling heiress Mary Jayne Gold, and brilliant young Socialist and survivor of the Battle of Dunkerque Danny Benedite and his British wife, Theo - cajole, outwit, and use every means possible to stave off the Nazis and newly installed Vichy government officials circling closer with each passing day. The chateau was a vibrant artistic salon, home to lively debates and clandestine affairs, to Sunday art auctions and subversive surrealist games.

Relationships within the house were tense and arguments were common, but the will to survive kept the covert operation under wraps. Beyond the chateau's luscious facade war raged, yet hope reverberated within its halls. With the aid of their young rescuers, this diverse intelligentsia - intense, brilliant, and utterly terrified - was able to survive one of the darkest chapters of the twentieth century." "Villa Air-Bel is a powerfully told, meticulously researched true story. Rosemary Sullivan explores the diaries, memoirs, and letters of the individuals involved while uncovering their private worlds and the web of relationships they developed."--Jacket.

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