Traitors for the Sake of Humanity

A Novel of the German Resistance to Hitler

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Publisher Description

They opposed Hitler's diabolical regime on moral grounds. They sought to defend human dignity and restore the rule of law -- at the risk of their own lives. Traitors to Hitler, they were heroes to the oppressed. They remain an inspiration to anyone fighting against immoral and corrupt governments anywhere in the world. 


Adolf Hitler seems to have captivated all of Germany, yet even as one Nazi victory follows another, individuals with integrity and compassion remain opposed to him, his regime and all it stands for. People like Philip, Alexandra, and Marianne. They feel isolated and hopeless until they discover each other -- and learn that their concerns are shared by men in the very highest places in the German High Command…. 


Helena P. Schrader holds a PhD in History from the University of Hamburg, which she earned with a ground-breaking dissertation about General Friedrich Olbricht, a leading member of the German Resistance to Hitler. Her research entailed extensive primary and secondary research in what was then East and West Germany, including interviews with over one hundred survivors of Nazi Germany. Helena later served as an American diplomat in Europe and Africa. Her historical novels have collectively won more than twenty literary awards, including Best Biography 2017 and Best Historical Fiction 2020. In addition, she is the author of non-fiction books on women in aviation, the Berlin Airlift, the German Resistance and the crusades. 

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2021
1 June
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
567
Pages
PUBLISHER
Cross Seas Press
SIZE
3.5
MB

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