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Review: A Stand Against Tyranny: Norways Physicians and the NazisUser Review - Leif - Goodreads
Although the book is supposed to cover the resistance organized by Norwegian medical doctors during World War II, it inevitably covers broader ground. Although it's a bit of hagiography, the historical research is very thorough. Read full review
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