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Les Parisiennes: How Women Lived, Loved and Died in Paris 1939-1949

Anne Sebba
Thursday 16 February 2017
Anne Sebba

Les Parisiennes is a story about women's lives during the dark years of Nazi occupation and beyond.  It includes British and American women caught in Paris as well as native born resisters who were eventually sent to camps, courturiers and jewelers, some of whom flourished in wartime, together with actors, singers, night club dancers and housewives.  You will also hear some music from this fascinating period of history.

Anne Sebba is a well known NADFAS lecturer and a celebrated author.  This is the subject of her latest book and will be a really interesting lecture.