The saboteur : the aristocrat who became France's most daring anti-Nazi commando / Paul Kix.
- Other Title:
- Aristocract who became France's most daring anti-Nazi commando
- [New York] : HarperCollins, 
- Sound recording
6 audio discs (7 hr., 15 min.) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- La Rochefoucauld, Robert de, 1923-2012.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements -- France.
France -- History -- German occupation, 1940-1945.
Guerrillas -- France -- Biography.
- System Details:
- digital optical
audio file CD audio
- Robert de La Rochefoucald was raised in magnificent chateaux and educated in Europe's finest schools. When the Nazis invaded and imprisoned his father, La Rochefoucald escaped to England and learned the dark arts of anarchy and combat from the officers of Special Operations Executive, the collection of British spies, beloved by Winston Churchill. With his newfound skills, La Rochefoucauld returned to France and organized Resistance cells, blew up fortified compounds and munitions factories, interfered with Germans' war-time missions, and executed Nazi officers. Caught by the Germans, La Rochefoucald withstood months of torture without cracking, and escaped his own death, not once but twice.
- Read by Malcolm Hillgartner.
- Compact discs.
- Local notes:
- Athenaeum copy: Miller Fund bookplate.
- Hillgartner, Malcolm, narrator.
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