Evader provides a vivid picture of the French Resistance. Teare had the privilege of living in heroi..
One perspires freely whilst reading the simple facts which betray the courage of his story
A story of escape and evasion behind enemy lines
Evader is one of the most
remarkable stories ever to come
out of WWII.
On September 5th, 1943, Denys
Teare baled out of his burning
Lancaster bomber over Occupied
France; from this moment on
Teare was an evader in the midst
of the enemy.
Continually thwarted in his
escape attempts, he was a doubly
wanted man: not only a British
airman evading the occupying
force, but also an active member
of the French Resistance.
This book tells what it was really
like living in France under the
Nazis, of the danger and horror
before the Liberation – and of
what liberation really meant when
it came. This new hardback edition
includes much new material which
originally came under censorship,
and is illustrated throughout with
photographs from the author’s
Dimensions: 234mm x 156mm
Photos/Illus: b&w photographs throughout