Book review: The Cost of Courage – I love France #156

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The Cost of Courage

The Cost of Courage

 

 

The Cost of Courage

by Charles Kaiser

nonfiction/history

Publication Date: Jun 16, 2015
by Other Press

304 pp
Hardcover

ISBN: 9781590516140

Ebook
ISBN: 9781590516157

 Source: Received from the publisher

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As Charles Kaiser highlights in the afterword to his book The Cost of Courage, many Americans know close to nothing about the French Resistance and even forget about German sympathies of famous American appeasers, as well as anti-Semitic organizations blooming in the US in the 1930s. To remedy this amnesia, I highly recommend you read this suspenseful history book on the German Occupation of France during WWII and how one family, and all the French population, dealt with it.
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