Six months under the Nazi heel - Paul Ghez
The second book in the collection devoted to the Jews of Tunisia during World War II, this text by Paul Ghez is gripping from every point of view.
A hero of two wars, a prominent 44-year-old lawyer and very modern leader of the Jewish community, Paul Ghez is a man of character who successfully defied SS Colonel Walter Rauff. His diary, which he kept daily, enlightens us on the incidents of the fight against the Gestapo and on the fate of the Jewish population and those condemned to forced labour. Paul Ghez also reveals his moods and his own dilemmas in the face of a critical situation in which he had to demonstrate courage and exceptional sang-froid.
Preface and annotation by Claude Nataf
384 pages / 69 illustrations
Printed book: 25,90 € - Ebook: 7,90 €
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(only available in French)