Due to publication of the study Louis David: peintre et conventionnel, Agns received the heading from historian of the art in 1936. In 1937, Agns was nominated for a position in the National Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions, where it worked as historian of the art. In April of 1941 the group of resistance to the Germans of which it participated was trado and imprisoned. After four years, in June of 1945, it was set free for the Third Army of the United States. In 1949 it was decorated with the Cross of the War due its participation in the Resistance; after the war Agns Humbert if she refused to come back to work in the Museum of which it are dismissed for order of Vichy. Although its health to have been affected for its experiences in the arrests and the plants of forced work, Agns continued to write a book on the art until dying in 1963.O daily of published Agns is of great relevance not only for being a messenger of the memory of the Resistance? registering an experience of the event before it is forgotten or gains symbolic a connotation different? but also for in providing a vision to them of the daily one of members of resistance politics and for being the story of a woman who was present in this movement.
Colasanti marina takes in them to reflect on the paper of the women during the warlike catastrophes, situation which the women almost always leave losing either for psychologically seeing its dead or destroyed dear beings for the war either for becoming involved themselves personally in the war. But Marina does not consider that the experience of Agns has been a loss in function, mainly, of the form as the protagonist lived deeply its imprisonment trying to keep the good unbroken mood. For the analysis of this book we will be reading ' ' on ombros' ' of the controlled French society for the German army.