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Writing In The Shadow

Author : Harry Stone
ISBN : 9781135213220
Genre : History
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The first complete national and international survey in the English language of the clandestine newspapers and books published in the occupied countries of Europe during the Second World War. A man with earphones crouching in the attic listening in with a crystal set, a prisoner writing fearfully even in the condemned cell, youths taking courses in weightlifting so as to be able to carry cases of lead type with apparent ease: these are just some of the people who helped produce clandestine newspapers and books in the occupied countries of Europe during the Second World War. Writing in the Shadow describes the risks these people ran and the ingenuity and brilliant improvisation they used to hoodwink the Nazis and distribute newsletters to tens of thousands of people.

Spirit Of Resistance

Author : Jeroen Dewulf
ISBN : 9781571134936
Genre : History
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The first book to offer a complete story of the extraordinary proliferation of Dutch clandestine literature under the Nazi occupation.

The Holocaust And The Book

Author : Jonathan Rose
ISBN : 1558496432
Genre : Social Science
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Between 1933 and 1945, Nazi Germany systematically destroyed an estimated 100 million books throughout occupied Europe, an act that was inextricably bound up with the murder of 6 million Jews. This book examines this bleak chapter in the history of printing, reading, censorship, and libraries. It also includes an annotated bibliography.


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ISBN : WISC:89068178771
Genre : Military art and science
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Journal Of International Affairs

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105062201947
Genre : International relations
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The Journal Of Military History

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ISBN : UOM:39015051883869
Genre : United States
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The Second World War

Author : Joanna Bourke
ISBN : UOM:39015053112820
Genre : Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945
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The Second World War saw an unprecedented expansion of suffering beyond the frontlines. Of the 1,355,000 tons of bombs dropped on Germany, for instance, most fell on non-military targets, and of the 55 million people killed worldwide, two-thirds were civilians. In The Second World War: A People's History, Joanna Bourke uncovers the grim stories of death and destruction lost behind those statistics. Using diary entries, oral histories, poetry and letters home, Bourke allows the people that lived and died in the global bloodletting to tell their own stories. Soldiers who fought for all sides and in all of the major theatres tell of the fear and horror of combat. Partisan fighters recount the daring risks they took and the torments of captivity. Civilians describe the anxiety of approaching war, their struggle for survival, and their despair and helplessness as the war consumed their world. Bourke chillingly demonstrates that all of this sorrow and woe was the direct result of political and military decisions on both sides. A brief, objective synopsis of each campaign in the war clarifies the link between strategic, military decisions and the massacre and inhumane treatment of non-combatants--events now known only by names like Nanking, Sobibor, Dresden, and Nagasaki--that was all too common in this brutal war. This short, engaging history is a poignant testimony to the memory of the innocents lost and a stark reminder that their demise was not inevitable--indeed it was often strategically planned and methodically executed.

Media Studies Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015061580141
Genre : Mass media
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Fighters In The Shadows

Author : Robert Gildea
ISBN : 9780674915022
Genre : History
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Robert Gildea’s penetrating history of France during World War II sweeps aside the French Resistance of a thousand clichés. Gaining a true understanding of the Resistance means recognizing how its image has been carefully curated through a combination of French politics and pride, ever since jubilant crowds celebrated Paris’s liberation in 1944.

Under The Shadow Of The Swastika

Author : R. Bennett
ISBN : 0333656024
Genre : History
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This book is a study in the ethics of war. It is the only work which focuses on the moral dilemmas of resistance and collaboration in Nazi-occupied Europe, including a detailed examination of Jewish resistance. It presents a comprehensive guide to the harrowing ethical choices that confronted people in response to the German doctrine of collective responsibility: reprisal killings and hostage-taking. Also included: discussion of violations of the Laws of War (especially torture) by the resistance.

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