Provo: American Research Foundation, 2003. First printing. Hardcover/dust jacket. 594 pp. In print @ $27.95.
From Nazi Germany came one of the most intriguing, gut-wrenching events of the century, when a group of teenage Germans waged their own war against Adolf Hitler.
Master biographer Richard Lloyd Dewey recounts the compelling true story of Helmuth Hubener - the brilliant and bold teenager who daringly formed the youngest resistance group to face the Nazis.
Learn how young Hubener recruited others, how his group eluded the SS, played cat-and-mouse with the Gestapo, and, amazingly, outsmarted all the Nazi authorities who sought to hunt them down.
This is a mesmerizing account of the entire group and its operations, and how they exposed the Third Reich, which thought hundreds of British agents were involved when they were actually just a band of determined German teenagers. But they sacrificed all for the truth.
"What the Hubener group did. . . is simply inconceivable. Only someone who himself was active in the resistance movement can grasp what it means." - Franz Ahrens, Noted German RESISTANCE FIGHTER and author. Condition: Very good. Item #10378