New York: Simon & Schuster, (1965). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. Small 4to. Publisher's black cloth with embossed title, in original graphic dust jacket. A near fine copy, in a very good DJ. Jacket edgeworn and lightly toned with several small tears. Interior bright, clean, and crisp, though very lightly age-toned. Binding remarkably tight. 376pp.
A thoroughly researched, in-depth account of August 1944, during which time Paris narrowly escaped from Hitler's demands for its annihilation. A handsome edition. (Inventory #: 18075)
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