Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

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Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

‘Scholars of Mayhem’ explores Jean Claude Guiet’s clandestine work
SOE agents in Sussac, France, gather on the morning of July 9, 1944, including members of a circuit codenamed “Tilleul,” who parachuted in the night before. Jean Claude Guiet is third from left and Bob Maloubier is second from right.
‘Scholars of Mayhem’

“Scholars of Mayhem,” by Daniel C. Guiet and Timothy K. Smith, is available for preorder at Maria’s Bookshop. For more information, visit shorturl.at/oyABM.

Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

SOE agents in Sussac, France, gather on the morning of July 9, 1944, including members of a circuit codenamed “Tilleul,” who parachuted in the night before. Jean Claude Guiet is third from left and Bob Maloubier is second from right.

Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

Jean Claude Guiet kept the tools of his spy trade in this tin bread box.

Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

Guiet

Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

Jean Claude Guiet and Bob Maloubier reunite at the opening of the Violette Szabo Museum on June 24, 2000. It was their first reunion in 56 years.

Durangoan’s book takes readers behind lines of Nazi-occupied France

“Scholars of Mayhem” will be released on June 3.
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