An Uncertain Hour: The French, the Germans, the Jews, and the City of Lyon, 1940-1945

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Arbor House/Morrow, 1990 - History - 416 pages
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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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An uncertain hour: the French, the Germans, the Jews, the Barbie trial, and the city of Lyon, 1940-1945

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This latest book on Klaus Barbie, the Nazi SS chief in wartime Lyon, is by the French-American journalist who covered Barbie's 1987 trial for the New York Times Magazine . Morgan provides a sweeping ... Read full review

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ILLUSTRATIONS
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THE FUNNY WAR 27
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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