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Inside the Paris apartment untouched for 70 years: Treasure trove finally…

Laying untouched for seven decades the abandoned home was discovered three years ago after its owner died aged 91.
  • Anja M

    Mrs de Florian fled Paris before the outbreak of war in 1939, which saw the Nazis invade France and reach Paris on june 14. Pictured here are parisians and german officers on Champs Elysee on Bastille day in 1940.

  • Karen Sneddon

    WWII - German occupation of France - Page 5 - Stormfront

  • Helen Cadden

    German soldiers sit outside a Paris cafe on the Champs Elysees on Bastille Day in 1940. France was invaded by Nazi Germany earlier that year and was liberated in 1944

  • The American Library in Paris

    'Les Américains à Paris sous l'Occupation' by Charles Glass ~ Jacqueline, collections volunteer

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