Foreign News: They Crawled Through

"Don't forget I speak English," said Anthony Haden Guest. He was having a fine time in London last week. He got under a table and pinched a lady reporter's leg. Anthony, 4½, was conceded to be the youngest person to escape from Occupied France.

When France fell, Anthony's father was in the U.S. teaching ballet and calisthenics. Anthony and his mother were taken to prison camp, first at Dinan, then to LeMans, then in a cold cattle train to Besançon. There was a lot of tuberculosis in Besançon. The Red Cross succeeded in having Anthony and his mother transferred to Paris....

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