A Stand Against Tyranny: Norway's Physicians and the Nazis

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Wayne State University Press, Sep 1, 2000 - History - 326 pages
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While many citizens participated on the Resistance, the role of Norway's physicians was central to its efforts. This book retells the dramatic history of Norway's physicians during the Nazi occupation - of their valour, dedication and irreplaceable contribution to their nation's liberation.
  

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Contents

Preface
7
A Brief History of Norway Chapter i Introduction
13
The Separation from Sweden
16
Between Two World Wars Chapter j Russian Prisoners of War
23
Fridtjof Nansen in the League of Nations
31
Nansen in Armenia
39
The Shadow of War Chapter 6 Quisling Turns to the Nazis
49
First among the AntiNazis
55
The University Is Closed
164
An Underground Refuge
171
Inside Nazi Prisons
175
The Infamous Grini Prison
181
Through the Hospitals to Safety
200
Norwegians in Nazi Concentration Camps Chapter 23 Leo Eitinger in Auschwitz and Buchenwald
211
A Daybook of Despair
226
The March to Freedom Chapter 25 The Occupations End
239

In his Fathers Footsteps
63
the Russian Attack on Finland
83
A No Longer Neutral Norway Chapter 10 The Perfidious Invasion
91
The Resistance Begins
105
Nazi Pressures Mount
115
Chapter j The Underground Organizes
121
The Campaign Against the Jews
130
Chapter ij The Destruction of Telavag
146
The Norwegian Reserve Police in Sweden
150
The Power of the Press
158
Caring for Norways Allies
247
Chapter 2j A Tragedy in the North
262
The Aftermath of War Chapter 28 Leo Eitingers Long Journey Home
267
The Trial of Vidkun Quisling
272
Epilogue
280
Notes
293
Bibliography
307
Index
311
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