Life in Occupied France
2nd August 1941: The German occupation is underpinned by strict laws
In August 1941 Agnes Humbert was in a French prison after she and her colleagues had been caught circulating anti German literature. The Germans cracked down on even the smallest acts of resistance:
The news from the Eastern Front may be disastrous, but we still do our best to keep up the spirits…
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