Les Parisiennes: how the women of Paris lived, loved and died in the 1940s

"Women were doing things just as brave and dangerous as the men": Anne Sebba talks to Matt Elton about her book exploring the stories of 1940s Parisian women – resistance members, collaborators and those simply trying to survive in an occupied city...

Singer Germaine Lubin in conversation with officer Hans Speidel at the German Embassy in Paris, 1941. (Photo by ullstein bild/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

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