Ernest Hemingway — The Long Road to Paris: France, Summer 1944

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A week after his holiday at the Hôtel de la Mère Hemingway and Pelkey — this time in a commandeered jeep, and on official reconnaissance business for Lanham — found themselves on the outskirts of the town of Maintenon, half way between Chartres and Rambouillet, some twenty miles south west of Paris. Here they located the 2nd Infantry…

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