An Uncertain Hour: The French, the Germans, the Jews, and the City of Lyon, 1940-1945
In 1987, Ted Morgan covered for the New York Times Magazine the trial of war criminal Klaus Barbie in the French city of Lyon, where Barbie had been a notorious Gestapo official. Within the mountain of horrifying evidence, Barbie is only at the center. Morgan's narrative revolves around the entire wartime experience. Photographs and maps.r.
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Review: An Uncertain Hour: The French, the Germans, the Jews, the Barbie Trial & the City of Lyon 1940-45User Review - Bill - Goodreads
Ted Morgan was born into a French aristocratic family in 1932. His father joined the Free French and was killed in a training flight in 1943. Morgan was educated at Yale became a reporter and in 1961 ... Read full review
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Morgan's condemnation of French collaboration during the war, set against the crimes and trial of Klaus Barbie.
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