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I Was a Stranger review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Cupied Holland hidden by a Dutch family at great risk to their own lives in a house a stone's throw from a German military police billet After four months in hi. I ve nearly finished this and can t tell you how much I m enjoying it don t want it to finish The author writes so humbly and clearly I would love to have met him The Dutch family who hide him while he recovered from this wounds were the epitome of kindness and courage so heart warming and all of course true I salute them all Le cirque (MP-Sous les pétales) recovered from this wounds were the epitome of kindness and courage so heart warming and all of course true I salute them all

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I Was a Stranger review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ding Hackett was at last well enough to strap a battered suitcase to an ancient bicycle and set out on a high adventure which would he hoped lead him to freedom. A war story with a difference Wounded in the battle at Arnhem the author was rescued from hospital by Dutch resistance and hidden for 4 months during 1944 by a Dutch family eventually making his way by bicycle to the liberated area of the Netherlands Very well written and gives a very interesting account of bravery of the family who sheltered him and life in the Netherlands under the German occupation Vendredi ou la vie sauvage rescued from hospital by Dutch Les Royaumes de feu, 11: Le Continent perdu (Grand format littérature - Romans Junior) (French Edition) resistance and hidden for 4 months during 1944 by a Dutch family eventually making his way by bicycle to the liberated area of the Netherlands Very well written and gives a very interesting account of bravery of the family who sheltered him and life in the Netherlands under the German occupation

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I Was a Stranger review ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Badly wounded at the battle of Arnhem and then spirited from his hospital bed by the Dutch Resistance Brigadier John Hackett spent the winter of 1944 in Nazi oc. A stirring and insightful tale of how General Hackett was looked after and returned home by many Dutch families after being wounded at Arnhem He was reunited with many of his rescuers after the end of the war Told in a low key style that reveals the bravery of the author and his Dutch saviours who reacted to the situation with praiseworthy organisation and almost routine savoir faire A magnificnet read revealing a truimph of kindness and benevolent human nature