Fb2 Valley of the Shadow ePub
by H.Oloff De Wet
|Author:||H.Oloff De Wet|
|Publisher:||TBS The Book Service Ltd; New edition edition (September 16, 1970)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1101 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1944 kb|
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De Wet gives his experiences as a secret agent of France in Prague, and of his capture and imprisonment by the Gestapo.
De Wet gives his experiences as a secret agent of France in Prague, and of his capture and imprisonment by the Gestapo. The thought and picture of man’s last hours was much in my mind during that time: a sort of mental drill to which the individual expecting execution must subject himself, continually at first and periodically as time moves on. All needful if he desires to De Wet gives his experiences as a secret agent of France in Prague, and of his capture and imprisonment by the Gestapo.
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The Valley of the Shadow by H. Oloff De Wet (1949). De Wet served in the Spanish Civil War, was arrested by the Gestapo and was a . The Threshold: A Memoir of Childhood by Dorothea Rutherford (1955). A memoir of childhood in Estonia at the end of 19th and beginning of the 20th century.
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As for Oloff de Wet, wel. he wrote, I could spend hours talking about him, though I was in contact with . he wrote, I could spend hours talking about him, though I was in contact with him for only a week; later I met two people who had known him: one, a very famous second-hand bookseller here in London, Bernard Stone (perhaps you know him), and the other, like Oloff himself, one of the first. The second book is The Valley of the Shadow, Blackwood, 1949, with a paperback reprint in 1956, which is the version I have, about his German experience; the promotional copy on the cover indicates that he had appeared on the BBC television program This Is Your Life, so he couldn’t have been a complete unknown at that point!
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Captain Thomas Oloff de Wet CBE (26 February 1869 – 30 March 1940) was a Senior British Officer in the Royal Navy. He was Principal Naval Transport Officer during the evacuation of Constantinople in 1923, Principal Sea Transport Officer in North China in 1927 and Officer in Charge of Sea Transport in Egypt between 1924 and 1926 and again between 1928 and 1933.