A Rescuer's Story: Pastor Pierre-Charles Toureille in Vichy France

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, Oct 15, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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In telling Pierre-Charles Toureille’s story, Tela Zasloff also describes the wide-ranging network of Protestant pastors and lay people in southern French villages who participated in an aggressive rescue effort. She delves into their motivations, including their Huguenot heritage as members of a religious minority.
 

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Contents

1 PierreCharles Toureille 19001976
1
2 To Be a Hugenot
9
3 Pierre Toureilles Early Years and the Ecumenical Movement of the 1930s
34
4 The War Years an Introduction
63
5 The War 19391940
75
6 The War 1941
106
7 The War 1942
143
8 The War 19431945 and After
190
Epilogue
232
Postwar Tributes and Awards
239
Notes
245
Selected Bibliography
257
Index
263
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Tela Zasloff is the author of Saigon Dreaming and Restoring Vision. She lives in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

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