C'est Impossible: A Life's Journey is an autobiographical narrative of young woman's life during WWII in Italy, France and Germany and as a war bride coming to America. It details the struggles of an affluent Italian family from Asiago, Italy, that fled to Paris, France when Hitler and Mussolini joined forces. It recounts the occupation of Paris by the Germans and how the life of a young Italian woman would change. It details the liberation of Paris by America and the young soldier who would bring her home with him. The book chronicles the joys and sorrows in the life of Alba Guerrieri.
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