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Margaret Atack. Literature and the French Resistance: Cultural Politics and Narrative Forms, 1940-1950. Manchester University Press. 1989. 250pp.

Martin Blumenson. The Vildé Affair: Beginnings of the French Resistance. Houghton Mifflin. 1977. 287pp.

Claude Chambard. The Maquis: A History of the French Resistance Movement. Bobbs-Merrill. 1976. 237pp. Translation of Histoire mondiale des maquis.

Arthur Layton Funk. Hidden Ally: The French Resistance, Special Operations, and the Landings in Southern France, 1944. Greenwood Press. 1992. 338pp.

Harry Roderick Kedward. In Search of the Maquis: Rural Resistance in Southern France, 1942-1944. Oxford University Press. 1993. 340pp.

Frida Knight. The French Resistance, 1940 to 1944. Lawrence and Wishart. 1975. 242pp.

Pierre Lorain. Clandestine Operations: The Arms and Techniques of the Resistance, 1941-1944. Macmillan. 1983. 185pp. Translation of Armement clandestin, S.O.E., 1941-1944, France.

Peter Novick. The Resistance Versus Vichy: The Purge of Collaborators in Liberated France. Columbia University Press. 1968. 245pp.

André Rougeyron. Translated by Marie-Antoinette McConnell. Agents for Escape: Inside the French Resistance, 1939-1945. Louisiana State University Press. 1995. 189pp.

David Schoenbrun. Soldiers of the Night: The Story of the French Resistance. E. P. Dutton. 1980. 512pp.

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