The Dutch resistance revealed : the inside story of courage and betrayal / Jos Scharrer
- Barnsley, South Yorkshire : Pen & Sword Military, 2018
Includes bibliographical references (pages 170-172) and index
"The Dutch resistance movement during the Nazi occupation was bedevilled by treachery, betrayal and poor organization and support from London. Despite these serious problems, the brave men and women of the Dutch resistance who refused to accept domination by their brutal oppressors, made a significant contribution to the war effort albeit at a terrible cost. Their contribution which included escape routes for Allied aircrew and acts of sabotage has been largely over-looked. While the author focuses on the activity and fate of her husbandis father, Henry Scharrer, her superbly researched book ranges far wider. As well as introducing a large cast of resistance workers, double agents and Nazis, she describes many of the operations, successful and disastrous, and analyses the results. Too often, as in Henry Scharreris case, the outcome was tragic. This gripping true account of extraordinary heroism and betrayal demonstrates both the best and worst of human conduct in extreme conditions.' --Publisher description.
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