But We Said No
There were thousands of Germans who fought courageously, and risked their and their families' lives taking a stand against Hitler, even after he and his criminal horde came to power. While a few of the most famous ones have received the publicity they well deserve, history has been silent about the rest of them. I wrote this book about my life and participation in the German Underground in order to make their voices heard, and give them the recognition and respect which humanity owes them.
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