Чертежи кораблей французского флота - DUNKERQUE 1935

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The commander said to me: ‘What on earth are you doing here? ’ He was outraged. ’ He said: ‘Well, listen carefully. It’s not complicated. ’ There were raids going on in the centre of Nice at the time, but Mont Faron was on the outskirts. It was full of Italian market gardeners. ‘You can work there,’ the commander said. ‘I’ll give you the papers. ’ That was it. I stayed with the Italians while the raids went on in Nice. I watered their vegetables and flowers. I didn’t have a ration card, but they gave me some bread, and I fed myself with fruit, some delicious figs.

Guillon accepted, and resigned as pastor of Le Chambon. The scholarly Roger Casalis replaced him. ) Guillon now moved to Geneva with his wife and children. However, if the UCJG was determined to have him back, the people of Le Chambon were equally determined not to lose him. On 1 December 1929 they elected him to serve on their municipal council, and on 10 May 1931 he was elected mayor of Le Chambon. One of Guillon’s conditions for accepting the role of mayor was that he be allowed to continue his work with the UCJG.

The ancient train reminded Oscar of those he had seen in Western movies. At this point it is worth standing back and considering the enormity of the decisions the pair had made. Ruben Rosowsky had been arrested, and neither his wife nor his son knew where he was. Mira and Oscar were foreign Jews, subject to instant deportation under Vichy law. They had already come to the attention of the authorities in Nice, so they could expect arrest at any moment. Now, on the say-so of a Boy Scout friend of Oscar’s, they were travelling to a place where they had no family or friends, trusting that the strangers at their destination would risk their lives by giving the Rosowskys shelter.

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