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The Free Press, New York, 2000. 1st edition. Well illustrated by 33 black and white photographs, 2 maps, notes, an index and 328 pages. Polish born of Jewish parents Michael Thomas escaped Vienna Anschluss, arrived stateless in France one week before Kristalnacht. Arrested by Vichy France, Thomas was starved for two years in a concentration camp at the foot of the Pyrenees[ forced into slave labor in a coal mine in Provence; joined the secret army of the Resistance; was interrogated by Klaus Barbie, Butcher of Lyons; executed an ingenious scheme to infiltrate and expose underground networks of diehard SS men by posing as a mythical Nazi purportedly hand-chosen by Martin Bormann. The reader will be led through the extraordinary experiences that have shaped the profound insight of this most fascinating and complex man, whose story is one of the most inspirational of the century. Pristine condition. Original dust jacket over quarter bound cloth covered end boards. 382pp 240 x 160mm