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Paperback Details
  • 07/2012
  • 978-1478346777
  • 286 pages
  • $12.60
Ebook Details
  • 02/2013
  • B00BRPZHLY
  • 235 pages
  • $5.57
The Lives of Alice Pothron
In July 1938 Alice and Emil Pothron leave New York for a six-week vacation in France, the land of their birth. It would be four years before they see America again. This is the true story of what one family had to endure when Germany invaded France in May 1940. It tells of hardship, endurance and courage under Nazi occupation. In particular, it is the story of a mother's fight for her survival and that of her child, Evelyne.
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This inspiring tale of a mother's love and the lengths to which she will go to protect her child held me in thrall from beginning to end. Living in the United States in these modern times, it is hard to imagine the the bleak conditions and extreme danger of living in Nazi-occupied France. That this family, torn apart by war, survived at all is a testament to the indomitable spirit of Alice Pothron. Meeting Alice's daughter Evelyn made this book a personal journey for me. I recommend this book as a reminder not only of how much we have, but also the strength that love gives us to endure.

Formats
Paperback Details
  • 07/2012
  • 978-1478346777
  • 286 pages
  • $12.60
Ebook Details
  • 02/2013
  • B00BRPZHLY
  • 235 pages
  • $5.57

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