MY LONGEST NIGHT: A Twelve-Year-Old Heroine's Stirring Account of D-Day and After
The story of the D-Day invasion told from the perspective of a 12 year-old girl, who, with her father, saved numerous Allied paratroopers who landed behind German lines near her home in Normandy.
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