A Woman of No Importance - From the Skies Above Summary & Analysis

Sonia Purnell
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With the arrival of a pair of American OSS operatives (the aristocratic Henry Reilly and the French-born Paul Goillot, instructors that she could not help wishing had arrived much sooner), Virginia’s post D-Day operations shifted into a new direction and a new purpose. She had been given command of a mission to put together a small band of saboteurs to continue the work of undermining the German army in the final days of the war, ensuring their defeat. As she built her team with the help of Reilly and Goillot, she also had to contend with a group of French Resistance fighters who outright refused Allied help, and in particular refused to follow the orders of a woman. They were, instead, determined to follow both their own impulsive inclinations and the leadership of Charles de Gaulle, now installed as France...

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