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  1. says:

    This had me teary eyed by the end Lucie Aubrac and her husband were Jewish members of the French Resistance and this is her account of her life during Nazi occupation About half way through her husband betrayed by a traitor is arrested by the notorious Klauss Barbie otherwise known as the “Butcher of Lyon”

  2. says:

    Maybe I would have liked this book had I been able to read it rather than having listened to the audiobook version read by Nadia May Nadia May is the English actress Wanda McCaddon Lucie Aubrac the author of this autobiographical m

  3. says:

    This is the third book I have read on the French Resistance which I am finding to be a fascinating subject  The first book was fiction the second of a personal although very educational journal  This third book is written in journal form but is giving me much history about the formation of the Resistance  It is giving me a big p

  4. says:

    I found this book uite remarkable for the ordinariness of courage on the part of a woman who is superficially conventional in every way she's a French Roman Catholic happily married with a child she adores She describes in an unders

  5. says:

    This memoir of the French Resistance is a good reminder of the bravery that people of principle can show even in t

  6. says:

    A good book about war shows the savagery and mindlessness of warfare Lucie Aubrac's book does that The book takes place in France during 1943 when Lucie despite being pregnant was trying to get her husband out of a German run prison in Lyon She was helped by many people in the French resistance but it was her daring in approaching Nazis like Klaus Barbie the butcher of Lyon to get an audience with her husband that allow

  7. says:

    The story of Lucie Aubrac and how she was able to spring her husband from the clutches of the Gestapo in wartime Lyon is well known via the 1990s film This memoir was written after the war since it was too dangerous for Resistance members to keep a diary I found it fascinating not only because real life stories are often outlandish than fiction but also because it provides details of daily life in occupied France The fact that it

  8. says:

    Lucie Aubrac was one kick a bad a lady Germans on my doorstep? Whatever I'll just lie to their faceNazis capture

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    Although not technically a journal or diary it is written id the format of a journal It lasts exactly nine months the gestation period of her second child a daughter Catherine one of Lucie's code namesIn the course of the n

  10. says:

    uite frankly Yes this blew my mind and I want to shout at everyone I know to READ THIS or listen as I did; the narration is sublime It's a must read book It's old but I was looking about something on Lyon France where I studied abroad during law school and incidentally learned some about the resistance It alway

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Ils partiront dans l'ivresse

Lucie Aubrac 1912 2007 of Catholic and peasant background was teaching history in a Lyon girls' school and newly married to Raymond a Jewish engineer when World War II broke out and divided France The couple living in the Vichy zone soon jo. This had me teary eyed by the end Lucie Aubrac and her husband were Jewish members of the French Resistance and this is her account of her life during Nazi occupation About half way through her husband betrayed by a traitor is arrested by the notorious Klauss Barbie otherwise known as the Butcher of Lyon The perilous deeds Lucie puts herself through in attempts to get her husband released are awesome in their bravery and ingenuity At this point the narrative becomes like a brilliant thriller as plans are made to attack the German convoy transporting her husband from Gestapo headuarters back to prison She s given such an intimate and beautifully written account of herself and her husband that you re rooting for them as if they were your own family The bravery of some people is almost beyond belief A fantastic read

Summary Ils partiront dans l'ivresse

Ined the Resistance Movement in opposition to the Nazis and their collaborators Outwitting the Gestapo is Lucie's harrowing account of her participation in the Resistance of the months when though pregnant she planned and took part in raids. This memoir of the French Resistance is a good reminder of the bravery that people of principle can show even in the darkest of times It is humbling to think about considering how easy it is to accommodate In Lucie Aubrac s case she and her husband chose to remain in France even though they had an out I d ask myself whether I would do the same but I m not sure if I d like the answerFrom the bookHer husband Raymond Samuel was of Jewish origin his ancestors had come from Poland at the beginning of the eighteenth century After the collapse of the French army in 1940 and following his own escape from a prisoner of war camp his professors in Boston offered him a job as an assistant I still had my fellowship so in September 1940 we applied for American visas in order to go to the United States But then we changed out minds could we really leave our families and our friends behind while our country was occupied by the Germans

characters ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Lucie Aubrac

To free comrades including her husband under Nazi death sentence from the prisons of Klaus Barbie the infamous Butcher of Lyon Her book is also the basis for the 1997 French movie Lucie Aubrac which was released in the United States in 199. The story of Lucie Aubrac and how she was able to spring her husband from the clutches of the Gestapo in wartime Lyon is well known via the 1990s film This memoir was written after the war since it was too dangerous for Resistance members to keep a diary I found it fascinating not only because real life stories are often outlandish than fiction but also because it provides details of daily life in occupied France The fact that it was written after the events described does make me wonder if there was a certain amount of post hoc rationalisation going on And the real history of that period has sometimes been obscured by the post war myths that grew up around the Resistance At times I found the narrative confusing and had to keep looking at the date to see where we were But overall I found this book a valuable piece in the jumbled mosaic of which the history of the French Resistance is composed I read the English edition and I would like to read it again in the original French

  • Paperback
  • 241
  • Ils partiront dans l'ivresse
  • Lucie Aubrac
  • English
  • 08 January 2019
  • 9780803259232