Convoys ambushed, bridges blown up, trains derailed . . . that’s what Claude Sillac wanted to see as he led his Resistance group in the savage battle against the Nazis.
But then came the man from London with orders for everybody to cool it. Now they had to collect details of troop movements and rail freight rather than kill. Claude seethed with rage, but it was about time that he learned that there was more than one way of winning a war.
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