Flee the captor

940.53 Ford

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Flee the captor

Ford, Herbert

Nashville, TN Southern Publishing Association 1966

373 p. 20 cm.

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John Henry Weidner, a hero of history's greatest holocaust, saved the lives of 800 Jews, more than 100 Allied aviators, and many others who fled the nightmare of Nazism. Others with less moral fortitude may have closed their eyes to the brutality about them, but Weidner refused to be cowed, and so braved imprisonment and torture for his humanitarian efforts.

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ISBN:

978-0828008822

Author:

Ford, Herbert

Title:

Flee the captor

Publisher:

Nashville, TN Southern Publishing Association 1966

Physical:

373 p. 20 cm.

Summary:

John Henry Weidner, a hero of history's greatest holocaust, saved the lives of 800 Jews, more than 100 Allied aviators, and many others who fled the nightmare of Nazism. Others with less moral fortitude may have closed their eyes to the brutality about them, but Weidner refused to be cowed, and so braved imprisonment and torture for his humanitarian efforts.

Subject:

World War, 1839-1945--Refugees

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