THE UNCONQUERED: Europe Fights Back by Robert Caree

THE UNCONQUERED: Europe Fights Back

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mine episodes of underground resistance, organized, unorganized, on the part of the conquered people of Europe retold in semi-fictional style with pace and . Norway, where Anna To, a Commando girl, takes five wounded prisoners by boat to England, Holland, where a boy dies to smuggle out an English pilot; Belgium, where a miner sacrifices his homing pigeon to the cause; France, where an ex-Fascist General rele his guilt by folling the Gestapo; youth in Spain, a grandmother in Greece, a mountain fighter in Yugoslavia, a university student in Czechoslovakia, and concentration camp victims in Poland. True stories of stubborn, suicidal resistance.

Publisher: McBride