The Unsung Family Hero The death and life of an anti-Nazi resistance fighter

Author(s): Gardener Paul

History

Set in Nazi-occupied Holland, this book tell the story of the author's uncle, an anti-Nazi resistance fighter. A gentle, thoughtful man who had a successful career as a commercial photographer, he eventually reacts to ruthless tyranny by joining the Resistance as part of a team that forged identity papers to help potential Nazi victims hide, evade capture, even escape from the occupied country. Discovering a new persona and natural acting skills, armed with forged papers and wearing a Gestapo uniform, he succeeded in saving many potential victims from the Nazis. With the narrative tension of a novel, Gardner weaves meticulous research into a story of courage and heroism, even though it has a grim ending.


Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781925736366
  • : Hybrid Publishers
  • : Hybrid Publishers
  • : 0.325
  • : February 2020
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Gardener Paul
  • : Paperback
  • : 368