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Stolen Lives

Title Stolen Lives
Subtitle Twenty Years In A Desert Jail
Author "Oufkir, Malika and Michele Fitouss"
Publisher Miramax Books (reprint)
Date 2002
Summary "Oufkir tells of the 20-year imprisonment of her upper-class Moroccan family following a 1972 coup attempt against King Hassan II by her father, a close military aide. After her father's execution, Oufkir, her mother and five siblings were carted off to a series of desert barracks, along with their books, toys and French designer clothes in the family's Vuitton luggage. At their first posting, they complained that they were short on butter and sweets. Over the years, subsequent placements brought isolation cells and inadequate, vermin-infested rations. Finally, starving and suicidal, the family realized they had been left to die. They dug a tunnel and escaped. Recapture led to another five years of various forms of imprisonment before the family was finally granted freedom."
Type Non-fiction
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Country US
Format softcover
Pages 294
ISBN 0786886307
Edition 1st
1st Ed/Copyright 2001
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