Escape and Evasion

For other escape and evasion book lists, I also suggest that you take a look at the following: Keith Janes’ Conscript Heroes website: http://www.conscript-heroes.com/Bibliography%20page.html, and John Clinch’s Belgium WW2 website: http://home.clara.net/clinchy/neeball.htm and click on Bibliography in the list of links on the left edge of the page.

  • Ainsztein, Reuben,  In Lands Not My Own,  A Wartime Journey, New York: Random House, 2002.
  • Air Forces Escape and Evasion Society, Paducah, Ky.: Turner Publishing Co., 1992.
  • Amicale des Milices Patriotiques du Front de l’independence de Schaerbeek, Album Souvenir, 1942-1972, Brussels, ca. 1972.
  • Anthoine, Roger, Infringing Neutrality, The RAF in Switzerland, 1940-1945, Gloucestershire, England: Tempus Publishing, 2006.
  • Ash, William, Under the Wire, New York: Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin’s Press, 2005.
  • Belot, Robert, Aux Frontières de la Liberté, Vichy-Madrid-Alger-Londres, s’évader de France sous l’Occupation, no place of publication: Fayard, 1998.  (Nearly 800 pp. Three chapters on Miranda de Ebro.  Heavy on diplomatic goings on.)
  • Bernard, Henri, Un Maquis Dans La Ville, Brussels (?): La Renaissance du livre, SC Maison d’edition Marcinelle, 1970.  ( Very thorough study of Service EVA. )
  • Bickers, Richard, Home Run, Great RAF Escapes of WWII, London: Leo Cooper, 1992.
  • Block, Gay, Rescuers, Portraits of Moral Courage in the Holocaust, New York: TV Books, 1992.
  • Bodson, Herman, Downed Allied Airmen and Evasion of Capture: The Role of Local Resistance Networks in World War II, Jefferson, North Carolina: Carolinal & London: Mc Farland & Co., Inc., 2005.
  • Brayley, Martin J., The USAAF Airman, Service and Survival, 1941-1945, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire: The Crowood Press, 2007.
  • Brennan, Dan, One of Our Bombers is Missing, New York: Belmont Tower Books, 1946.
  • Bretholz, Leo, Leap Into Darkness, Seven Years on the Run in Wartime Europe, New York: Anchor Books, 1999.
  • Brickhill, Paul, Escape or Die, Authentic Stories of the RAF Escaping Society, New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1952.
  • Bristow, Desmond,  A Game of Moles, The Deceptions of an MI6 Officer, London: Little, Brown and Co. (UK), 1993.
  • Brome, Vincent, The Way Back, The Story of Lieut.-Commander Pat O’Leary, London: The Companion Book Club, n.d. (1951 or later).
  • Brown, G.A., Those Who Dared, A Comprehensive List of World War II Allied Escapers,  no date, publisher’s name, or place of publication (apparently published in England re RAF escapes).
  • Brusselmans, Anne, Rendez-Vous 127, the Diary of Madame Brusselmans, M.B.E. September 1940—September 1944, London: Ernest Benn, Ltd., 1954.
  • Burgess, Colin, Destination: Buchenwald, Kenthurst, Australia: Kangaroo Press, 1995.
  • Butterwick, John T., Power of Survival, Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press, Inc., 1997, (collection of escape stories sold at 8th AF Museum).
  • Caine, Philip D., Aircraft Down!  Evading Capture in World War II Europe, Washington, D.C.: Brassey’s, 1997.
  • Cammaert, A.P.M., Het Verborgen Front, Leewarden/Mechelen: Eisma B.V.
  • Carroll, Tim, The Dodger, The Extraordinary Story of Churchill’s American Cousin, Two World Wars, and the Great Escape, Guilford, Connecticut: Lyons Press, 2013.
  • Clutton-Brock, Oliver, RAF Evaders, The Comprehensive Story of the Thousands of Evaders and Their Escape Lines, Western Europe, 1940-1945, London: Grub Street, 2009.
  • Consolmagno, Joe (ed.), Through the Eye of the Needle, Kerrville, TX: Stalag Luft III Former Prisoners of War, 1992.
  • Cooper, Alan W., Free to Fight Again, RAF Escapes and Evasion, 1940-45,Wellingborough, Northamptonshire: William Kimber & Co., 1988. (Some on the Ghost/Phantom Train, pp. 178-182; one chapter on Belgium [mainly Comet] and one on Netherlands with some Belgian overlap.)
  • Cooper, Capt. Dick, The Adventures of a Secret Agent, London: Frederick Muller, Ltd., 1957.  (Contains  references to the Seville-Gibraltar escape route.)
  • Copeiro del Villar, Jesus Ramirez, Espias y Neutrales: Huelva en la II Guerra Mundial, Huelva, Spain: Imprenta Jiménez, 1996.  (One chapter on escapes via Seville.)
  • Cupp, William L., A Wartime Journey, Bail-Out Over Belgium, World War II, Manhattan,Kansas:SunflowerUniversityPress, 2002.
  • Crawley, Aidan, Escape from Germany, New York: Dorset Press, 1985.
  • Crouzet, Jean, “Une Page de la Résistance sur la Côte Basque, ‘Petit Cyclone’ et la Reseau Comète,” Bulletin de la Sociéte des Sciences Lettres et Arts, no. 149 (1994), pp. 417-438.
  • Cury, Ed C., Time Out for War, Moore Haven, FL: Rainbow Books, 1988.
  • Darling, Donald, Secret Sunday, London: William Kimber, 1975.
  • Darling, Donald, Sunday at Large, Assignments of a Secret Agent, London: William Kimber, 1975.
  • Daley-Brusselmans, Yvonne, Belgium Rendez-Vous 127 Revisted, Manhattan, Kansas: Sunflower University Press, 2001.
  • Daley-Brusselmans, Yvonne, Anne Brusselmans, Mission Accomplished, no date or publisher.
  • Davies-Scourfield, Gris, In Presence of My Foes, A Memoir of Calais, Colditz and Wartime Escape Adventures, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England: Pen & Sword, 2004.
  • Dear, Ian, Escape and Evasion, Prisoner of War Breakouts and the Routes to Safety In World War Two, London: Arms and Armour, 1997.
  • De Graaf, Bob, Stepping Stones to Freedom, Help to Allied Airmen in The Netherlands During World War II, Amsterdam: Geert van der Meulen, 2003.  (Originally published in Dutch as Schakels naar de vrijheid by SDU Publishers, The Hague, 1995.)
  • De Ridder Files, Yvonne, The Quest for Freedom, Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 1991.
  • De Vasselot, Odile, Tombés du Ciel, histoire d’une ligne d’évasion, Paris, 1999.
  • De Vasselot, Odile, Sous l’ Occupation . . .J’Avais 20 Ans, Paris: 2000.
  • Dolph, Harry A., The Evader, An American Airman’s Eight Months with the Dutch Underground, Austin: Eakin Press, 1991.  (Info on Meppel organization of Peter van den Hurk and on Tiny Mulder.)
  • d’Udekem d’Acoz, Marie-Pierre, Voor Koning en Vaderland, published ca. 2002.  (This book appears to be about Resistance work of the Belgian nobility.)
  • Dunbar, John, Escape Through the Pyrenees, New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1955.
  • Durand, Arthur A., Stalag Luft III, The Secret Story, Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988.
  • Eisner, Peter, The Freedom Line, New York: William Morrow/HarperCollins, 2004. (Good account of the Comet Line.)
  • Elliott, J.M., One of Those Days, unpublished MSS, no date.
  • Evans, A.J., Escape and Liberation 1940-1945, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1945.
  • Evans, Alfred John, The Escaping Club, UK: Fonthill Media Ltd., 2012.
  • Eychenne, Émilienne, Les Pyrénées de la Liberté, 1939-1945, Paris: Éditions France-Empire, 1983.
  • Ferrari, Victor J.  Interview with him May 28, 1991, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, National Archives and Records Administration.
  • Fishman, Jack, And the Walls Came Tumbling Down, New York: Macmillan Co., 1982.  (This book is not to be confused with the one with a similar name by Henriette Roosenburg.)
  • Flanner, Janet, “The Escape of Mrs. Jeffries,” Willis, Clint (ed.), The War, Stories of Life and Death from World War II, New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 1999.
  • Florsheim, Chanan (Hans), He Who Dares Wins, Across the Pyrenees to Freedom.  Editors of the German version, Heinrich Nuhn & Erhard Roy Wiehn.  Publisher of the German version, Hartung-Gorre Verlag Konstanz, 2007.  Available on the Internet.  Go to the Escape and Evasion links on this website.
  • Flynn, George L., Escape of the Pacific Clipper, Boston: Branden Publishing Co., 1997.  (Fiction.)
  • Foot, M.R.D. and Langley, J.M., MI9 Escape and Evasion 1939-1945, Boston: Little Brown, 1980.
  • Freeman, Godfrey, Escape from Arnhem, A Glider Pilot’s Story, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, U.K.: Pen & Sword Aviation, 2010.
  • Ford, Herbert, Flee the Captor, Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Assn.,  1966.  (Story of John Weidner and the Dutch-Paris line.  Also available in a paperback edition published in 1994 by Review and Herald Publishing Assn. of Hagerstown, Md.   A new history of Dutch-Paris has been commissioned by the Weidner Foundation to be written by historian Megan Koreman.  See her website at http://dutchparisblog.com/.)
  • “For the Boys”, Canadian TV production on escape lines.
  • Friends of the Air Force Academy Library, Evade!, Evasion Experiences of American Aircrews in World War II, 2004.  (Video.)
  • Fry, Varian, Surrender on Demand, Boulder: Johnson Books, 1945 (reprinted 1997).  (The book by Fry, Assignment Rescue, NY: Four Winds Press, 1968, appears to be a shorter, unannotated version.)
  • Gay, Timothy M., Savage Will, The Daring Escape of Americans Trapped Behind Nazi Lines, New York: NAL Caliber (Penguin), 2013. (American personnel stranded in Albania in 1943.)
  • Gerstner, Karl-Heinz, Sachlich, kritisch, optimistisch, Berlin: edition ost, 1999.  (In German.  The author was a contact of the Dutch-Paris Line in the German Embassy.)
  • Gibbs, Patrick, It’s Further Via Gibraltar, London: Faber and Faber, 1961.
  • Goodall, Scott, The Freedom Trail: Following one of the hardest wartime escape routes across the central Pyrenees into Northern Spain, Banbury, Oxfordshire: Inchmere Design, Ltd., 2005.
  • Grace, Robert J., Silver Wings, A Young Man’s Dream, Fairlawn, Ohio: FedEx Kinko’s, 1999.
  • Graham, Burton, Escape from the Swastika, London: Marshall Cavendish, 1975.  (Prisoner of war escapes.  Heavily illustrated.)
  • Hackett, John, I Was a Stranger, New York: Berkley Books, 1990.
  • Haem-Leclercq, Marie-Pierre, La Maison des Prisonniers, La Familie Saint-Ghislain de 1942 a 1945, Templemars, France: ADLIS, 2010.
  • Haestrup, Jorgen.  European Resistance Movements, 1939-1945: A Complete History, London: Meckler Publishing, 1981.
  • Hallie, Philip, Lest Innocent Blood be Shed, The story of the village of Le Chambon and how goodness happened there, New York: Harper Colophon Books, 1979.
  • Hanson, S.E., Underground Out of Holland, London: Ian Allan Ltd., 1977.
  • Heaps, Leo, The Evaders, The story of the most amazing mass escape of World War II, Annapolis: Bluejacket Books, Naval Institute Press, 1976.  (Concerns Arnhem.)
  • History Channel, The, Nazi Ghost Train, videotape, (date 1997?).
  • Hoare, Samuel, Complacent Dictator, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1947.  (Description by the British Ambassador to Spain in WWII of diplomatic relations, Allied escapers.)
  • Hofker, Els, Vrouw in Verzet, Miet Pauw en de bezetting in Baarle, Baarle-Nassau: Em. de Jong BV, 1989.
  • Horning, Art, In the Footsteps of a Flying Boot, New York: Carlton Press, Inc., 1994.  (Lot of material on Service EVA.)
  • Hornsey, D.J., The Pilot Walked Home, London: Collins Clear-Type Press, 1946.
  • Hutton, Clayton, Official Secret, the Remarkable Story of Escape Aids,  London: Max Parrish, 1960.
  • Inks, James M., Eight Bailed Out, New York: Popular Library, 1954.
  • Jackson, Robert, Baling Out, Amazing Dramas of Military Flying, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England: Pen & Sword, 2006.
  • Janes, Peter Scott, Conscript Heroes, Great Britain: Paul Mould Publishers, 2004.
  • Jiménez de Aberasturi, Juan Carlos, El Camino de la Libertad, Ayuntamiento de Hernani, Archivo Municipal, 2008.
  • Jiménez de Aberasturi, Juan Carlos, En Passant La Bidassoa: Le Réseau “Comète” au Pays Basque, Biarritz: J & D Editions, 1996.  French edition.
  • Jouan, Cecile, Comete, Histoire d’une ligne d’evasion, place?: Les éditions du beffroi Furnes (B), 1948.
  • Katsaros, John, Code Burgundy, The Long Escape, Norwalk, CT: Oakford Media LLC, 2008.
  • Keeffe, James H., III, Two Gold Coins and a Prayer, Fall City, Washington: Appell Publishing, 2010.
  • Kellow, Bob, Paths to Freedom, Winnepeg, Manitoba: Western Canada Aviation Museum, 1992.  Edited by Peter Carlyle-Gordge.
  • Kelso, Nicholas, Errors of Judgement, SOE’s Disaster in the Netherlands, 1941-44, London: Robert Hale, 1988.
  • Kilbourne, Jimmy W. (ed.), Escape and Evasion, 17 True Stories of Downed Pilots, NY: MacMillan Co., 1973.  Only two chapters re WWII.)
  • King, Ernest C., Beyond Fantasy, Chanute, KS: King Publishing Co., 1985.
  • Kladstrup, Don & Petie, Wine and War: The French, The Nazis & the Battle for France’s Greatest Treasure, New York: Broadway Books, 2001.
  • Kohnstam, Pieter, A Change to Live: A Family’s Journey to Freedom, Sarasota, FL: Bardolf & Co., 2009.
  • Laffin, John, The Man the Nazis Couldn’t Catch, Phoenix Mill, Thrupp, Stoud, Gloucestershire, UK: Sutton Publishing Co., 2004.
  • La Grandeur, Philip, We Flew, We Fell, We Lived, Stories from RCAF Prisoners of War and Evaders 1939-1945, St. Catherines, Ontario: Vanwell Publishing Ltd., 2006.
  • Lande, D.A., Resistance, Occupied Europe and Its Defiance of Hitler, Osceola, WI: MBI Publishing Co., 2000.
  • Langley, Lt. Colonel J.M., Fight Another Day, London: Collins, 1974.
  • Lavender, Emerson, and Sheffe, Norman, The Evaders, True Stories of Downed Canadian Airmen and Their Helpers in World War II, Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1992.
  • Lay, Beirne, Jr., Presumed Dead, The Survival of a Bomb Group Commander, New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1980 (originally published 1945).
  • Le Vernoy, Alec, No Drums, No Trumpets, London: Michael Joseph Ltd., 1988.
  • Levine, Alan J., Captivity, Flight, and Survival in World War II, Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2000.
  • Levy, Harry, The Dark Side of the Sky, London: Leo Cooper, 1996.
  • Lewis, Greg, Airman Missing, The True Story of WWII Bomber Pilot John Evans’ 114 Days Behind Enemy Lines, Stratford-upon-Avon: Newman Books,2008.  (Helped by the Comet Line.  Hid in Ardennes forest.)
  • Lougarot, Gisèle, Dans l’Ombre des Passeurs, San Sebastian: Elkarlanean S.L. Donostia, 2004.
  • Lynn, Vera, Unsung Heroines: The Women who Won the War, London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1990.  (Nel Lind and Joke Folmer of the Fiat Libertas escape line are interviewed.)
  • MacLaren, Roy, Canadians Behind Enemy Lines, 1939-1945, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1981.
  • Marshall, Bruce, The White Rabbit, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1953. (Story of Wing Commander F.F.E. Yeo-Thomas.)
  • McDevitt, Bette, “A Teenage Resistance Heroine,” World War II, November 2003.  (This is a good article in World War II magazine on the Dutch guide Tiny Mulder with references to airmen McGlinchey, Spicer, McDonald, and Boulter.)
  • McElroy, Jim, Lucky Jim, unpublished mss, n.d.  (Compare this with The Freedom Line, since McElroy was a member of Grimes’ crew.)
  • Meckstroth, Glenna, Surviving World War II, Tales of Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times, Wooster, Ohio: Wooster Book Co., 2003.
  • Milton, M.C. Robert, The Man Who Stayed Behind, Hamilton Hill, UK: PK Print Ltd., 1997.
  • Moore, Bob, Survivors: Jewish Self-Help and Rescue in Nazi-Occupied Western Europe, New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • Murphy, Brandan M., Turncoat, New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1987.
  • Neave, Airey, The Escape Room, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1969. (Probably a shorter version of Saturday at M.I.9.)
  • Neave, Airey, Little Cyclone, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1954.
  • Neave, Airey, Saturday at M.I.9, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1969.  (Same as The Escape Room but may be more complete.)
  • Neave, Airey, They Have Their Exits, Barnsley, South Yorkshire: Leo Cooper, 2002 (Originally published in 1953).
  • Nichol, John and Tony Rennell, Home Run, Escape from Nazi Europe, London: Penguin Books, 2008.  (Good overall book on E&E experiences.)
  • Onderwater, Hans, Reis Naar de Horizon, Bearn: Hollandia, 1985.
  • Ostrum, Meg, The Surgeon and the Shepherd, Two Resistance Heroes in Vichy, France, Lincoln and London, University of Nebraska Press: 2004.
  • Ottis, Sherri Greene, Silent Heroes: Downed Airmen and the French Underground, Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, 2001.
  • Pack, Jeff (ed.), Love is in the Air, the Wartime Letters and Memories of Joe Pack and Margaret Dalton, Bognor Regis, West Sussex: Woodfield Publishing, Ltd., 2008.
  • Pearson, Simon, The Great Escaper, The Life and Death of Roger Bushell, Betrayal, Big X and the Great Escape, London: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 2013.
  • Pesic, Miodrag D., Operation Air Bridge, Serbian Chetniks and the Rescued American Airmen in World War II, Belgrade: Serbian Masters’ Society, 2002.
  • Pitchfork, Graham, Shot Down and on the Run, Kew: The National Archives, 2003.
  • Pretzel, Marian, Outwitting Hitler, Milsons Point, NSW, Australia: Random House Australia, 1990.  (Previously published as By My Own Authority and Portrait of a Young Forger.)
  • Reid, P.R., Escape from Colditz, New York: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1952-53.  (Combines two previous books, The Colditz Story and Men of Colditz.)
  • Remy, (no first name), Réseau Comète, La Ligne de Démarcation, vol. 1, Paris: Librairie Académique Perrin, 1966.
  • Remy, (no first name), Réseau Comète, La Ligne de Démarcation, vol. 2 (15 janvier 1943-18 janvier 1944, Paris: Librairie Académique Perrin, 1967.
  • Rigby, Françoise, In Defiance, London: Elek Books, 1960.  (Chapter on the Ghost /Phantom Train.)
  • Robertson, Anne Jacobson, The Road Home, James Carlson, 1996.
  • Roosenburg, Henriette, The Walls Came Tumbling Down, Pleasantville, N.Y.:  Akadine Press, 2000 (orig. pub. 1957).  (This is not to be confused with Jack Fishman’s book of almost the same name.)
  • Rossiter, Margaret L., Women in the Resistance, New York: Praeger Publishers, 1986.
  • Shiber, Etta, Paris Underground, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1943.
  • Shoemaker, Lloyd, Escape Factory: The Story of MIS-X, New York: St. Martin’s, 1990.
  • Shuff, Derek, Evader, Staplehurst, Kent, England: Spellmont, 2003.  (About the first man helped by the  Comet Line.)
  • Simpson, William, One of Our Pilots Is Safe, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. (Description of Spain and the British Embassy in 1941 in the last chapter.)
  • Sniders, Edward, Flying In, Walking Out: Memories of War and Escape, 1939-1945. Barnsley, So. Yorkshire: Len Cooper, 1999.)
  • Sømme, Sven, Another Man’s Shoes, Clifton-Upon-Teme, Worcestershire, UK: Polperro Heritage Press, 2005.
  • South, Oron P., It’s the Little Things, Escape and Evasion During World War II, U.S. Arctic, Desert, Tropic Information Center, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama, ADTIC Publication No. G-100, July 1950.  (I obtained a photocopy from the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle, PA and posted it on this website at http://wwii-netherlands-escape-lines.com/govt-reports/its-the-little-things/).
  • Spiller, H.J., Ticket to Freedom, Wellingborough, England: William Kimber, 1988.
  • Stevens, Marc H., Escape and Evasion and Revenge, the True Story of a German-Jewish RAF Pilot who Bombed Berlin and Became a POW. South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Aviation, 2009.
  • Stourton, Edward, Cruel Crossing: Escaping Hitler Across the Pyrenees, New York: Doubleday, 2013.
  • Strubbe, Fernand, Geheim Oorlog 40/45, De Inlichtings en Actiediensten in België, Tielt, Belgium: Uitgerverij Lannoo nv, 1992.
  • Sunderman, Lt. Col. James F., Air Escapes and Evasion, NY: Franklin Watts, Inc., 1963.
  • Tanham, George K., Contribution a L’Histoire de la Resistance Belge 1940-1944, Brussels: Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles, 1971.
  • Vaculik, Serge, Air Commando, NY: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1955.  (Crossed the Pyrenees.)
  • Van der Linden, Peter, Kampina Airborne, Airborne evaders of the Kampina Forest, Boxtel: Heemkundekring Boxtel, 2013.  (Also published in Dutch.)
  • Vanderstok, Bob, War Pilot of Orange, Missoula, Montana: Pictorial Histories Publishing Co., 1987.  Out of 76 men who escaped from Stalag Luft III, Vanderstok was one of only three who made it back to England.
  • Van Driel, Bert, Partisans in the Biesbosch, A Tale of Dutch Resistance During World War II, Melbourne: Chandos DI Bookshop, 1988.
  • Verhoeyen, Etienne, La Belgique Occupée, Brussels: DeBoeck Université, 1994.
  • Warren, Geoff, Cheryl Padgham, and Philippe Connart, “Comet Alternative Passages,” unpublished report, 2009.
  • Watt, George, The Comet Connection, Escape from Hitler’s Europe, Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, 1990.  A new edition was published in 2007 as Escape from Hitler’s Europe: An American Airman Behind Enemy Lines.
  • Weber, Ronald, The Lisbon Route, Entry and Escape in Nazi Europe, Ivan R. Dee: Lanham, Maryland, 2011.
  • Whitby, H.A. Morton, Courage Her Passport, the Story of Marie Augusta Krauss, London: Frederick Muller Ltd., 1963.
  • Woodruff, Gordon Thomson, Getaway, Orewa, New Zealand: Riverside Publications, 1999.
  • Woodrum, Henry C., Walkout, New York: iUniverse, Inc., 2010.  From the book cover: “Walkout not only relays the incredible story of a young American behind enemy lines during pivotal months of World War II but also illustrates the quiet heroism displayed by American airmen and the French Resistance….”

  • Yeager, Gen. Chuck, Yeager, An Autobiography, New York : Bantam Books, 1985.
  • Yoors, Jan, Crossing, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1971.

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