Fair stood the wind for France

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Little, Brown and company, 1944 - Bomber pilots - 268 pages
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An English fighter pilot brings his plane down in Occupied France during WWII. The family of a French farmer risk their lives to protect him. He and the daughter of the house are drawn to each other, but it is not time to fall in love.

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Fair Stood the Wind for France

User Review  - madaboutbates - Babelio

Fair Stood the Wind for France par H. E. Bates A truly great story, one of H.E.Bates' most famous works, excellently adapted by the BBC and filmed on location. Read full review

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Having thoroughly enjoyed a collection of Bates' short stories, I was delighted to find this novel on the shelves of our holiday home. 'Best novel about WW"' I had been told. I am not sure whether I ... Read full review

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Section 2
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