The White Mouse

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Pan Macmillan, 1997 - Great Britain. Special Operations Executive - 206 pages
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The Gestapo called her the "White Mouse", an Australian who became one of the most highly decorated women of World War II, tells her own story. Includes index. Spine title: The White Mouse. Maps on lining papers.

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After helping people flee France from the Nazi's Nancy found herself fleeing to England. Determined to do more, she joined the military and parachuted back into France to coordinate drops of weapons ... Read full review

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Fascinating story about the French Resistance and the daring exploits of Nancy Wake. Born in New Zealand, raised in Australia, Nancy survived the war, was much decorated, and showed great courage in very dangerous situations. Read full review

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