Les lundis, un genre d’expérience particulier – Kateryna Ziborova

Dans sa seconde «Lettre de Kyiv», Kateryna Ziborova envoie quelques conseils utiles pour quand vous subissez une attaque de missiles.    Après neuf mois d’agression et d’atrocités tout à fait outrageantes contre le peuple d’un pays européen démocratique, la tendance à devenir « las de la guerre » et à être blasé par la répétition…

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Mondays are a Special Kind of Experience – Kateryna Ziborova

In her 2nd ‘Letter from Kyiv’ Kateryna Ziborova sends some useful advice for when you are under missile attack.   After 9 months of utterly outrageous aggression and atrocities against the people of a democratic European country the tendency to become “war weary” and blazé by each day’s repeated news of attacks and obscenities is…

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Une lettre de Kyiv – Les Braves Gars, par Kateryna Ziborova

Dépêches de la ligne de front transmises par une écrivaine et mère de famille, alors qu’elle s’est mise à l’abri et que les missiles russes explosent au-dessus de sa tête.     Kateryna Ziborova est écrivaine et auteur professionnel, elle vit à Kyiv avec sa fille de 5 ans. Elle nous a envoyé ceci sur…

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A Letter from Kyiv – The Good Guys by Kateryna Ziborova.

Despatches from the Front Line by a writer and mother as she shelters whilst Russian missiles explode overhead.       Kateryna Ziborova is a professional writer and author and lives in Kyiv with her 5-year-old daughter and has sent this to us on her mobile phone whilst they are both sheltering from russian missile…

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Ab Homburg: Dutch SOE Agent & Spitfire Pilot – Anke ter Doest

The remarkable story of a Dutch resistance fighter who escaped to England twice and became a RAF fighter pilot .     In total darkness two young men in a rowing boat paddled frantically in the direction of England, the third passenger sat at the front on the look-out for possible danger. It was a…

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In Love with the Resistance – Rosie Whitehouse

In love with the Resistance: my mother-in-law’s war by Rosie Whitehouse       On a moonlit night in March 1944, three agents floated down on parachutes into the Languedoc highlands east of Castres, in southern France.   One was Pierre Haymann, a Parisian Jew who had been trained in sabotage and partisan warfare in…

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Amoureux de la Résistance – Rosie Whitehouse

Amoureux de la Résistance – La guerre de ma belle-mère.     Marion Müller   Par une nuit de pleine lune en mars 1944, trois agents descendirent en parachute sur les hauts plateaux du Languedoc à l’est de Castres, dans le sud de la France.   (Version in English click here:  https://afheritage.org/in-love-with-the-resistance-by-rosie-whitehouse)   L’un était…

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The Man with the White Handkerchief – Caroline Broch

The personal memories of a survivor of the tragedy at Oradour in June 1944 – a lesson in history.   Although I have spent most of my life in Paris, my family lived in a small town called Saint Junien in the Haute-Vienne region of central France, about 20 mls (32km) from the city of…

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Women of the Royal Navy – Geneviève Moulard

From her latest book, examples of the often overlooked but strategically vital roles played by the “Wrens” in wartime       In extracts from her latest book Geneviève Moulard revisits a little-known area (particularly in France) of the part British women played during the two wars. In these two short extracts from her new…

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Les Femmes de la Royal Navy — Geneviève Moulard

Extraits de son tout dernier livre. Un aspect peu connu (en France) du rôle joué par les femmes britanniques.   (For English translation click here:   https://afheritage.org/women-of-the-royal-navy-genevieve-moulard)     Les Femmes de la Royal Navy – leur combat pour la liberté 1917 – 1945     Dans son dernier ouvrage, Geneviève Moulard revient sur un…

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