Massacre at Oradour

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Random House Incorporated, 1988 - History - 165 pages
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On June 10, 1944 the Nazis murdered most of the 700 inhabitants of Oradour, France. In 1982, the author did a colleague a favor that went awry, and spent 22 months in a French prison. Now after researching, he feels he's found the secret behind the massacre.

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This book was painfully boring to read until the last third of the book. I stopped reading it for about a month and finally forced myself to finish. For a book that is supposed to be about the ... Read full review

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Ever feel as if you got snookered by a book's cover? That's how I felt with Robin Mackness's Massacre at Oradour. The cover image shows civilians getting shot down by soldiers so I assumed I was ... Read full review


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