by Jeffrey H. Jackson
Two introverted French Lesbian artists conducted a campaign of subversion against the Nazis occupying the Island of Jersey that a trial judge called "more dangerous than soldiers." A new book explains how.
by Olivier Wieviorka
While national histories of wartime resistance are plentiful, the European dimension of the shadow army has rarely been taken into account.
SOURCE: NY Review of Books
by Garry Wills
Obama is wrong to suggest that voting and only voting is the way to express one’s opposition to a tyrant like Trump.
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The series explores what happens when a fictional French village during World War 2 is occupied by Nazis. Some people resist. Others collaborate.
by Holly Scott
That can end badly if it devolves into infighting.
by Patrick Henry
Her latest study breaks new ground even as it reiterates the major themes of her illustrious life’s work.
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