Author(s): Cobb, Richard
'There had grown up a sort of intimacy between occupant and occupe . . . a peculiar blending of mutual loathing and mutual respect, a pas de deux'
An extraordinary history of French lives under occupation in the First and Second World Wars, this is an intimate, unforgettable meditation on the strange mixture of compromise and betrayal, collaboration and resistance that marks defeat, written by one of the greatest historians of France.
About the author:
Richard Cobb (1919-96) CBE was a British historian and essayist, and professor at the University of Oxford. He was the author of numerous influential works about the history of France, particularly the French Revolution.
Number of Pages: 272
Publication Date: 20180917
Publisher: Penguin UK
Product Form: Paperback / softback
Dimensions (LxWxH): 196 mm130 mm20 mm
Weight: 200 gr