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Reckless Courage.

Reckless Courage

William Fuller with Jack Haines

Taber Hall Press

PO Box 159, Marion, Massachusetts 02738

0976925206 $13.95

Reckless Courage: The True Story of a Norwegian Boy Under Nazi Rule is a collection of true anecdotes and inspirational true stories about a Norwegian family during the German occupation of World War II. The story focuses upon a young errand boy who worked at a hotel housing German officers, painting a captivating issue of survival under German rule, and the appendices raise thought-provoking questions such as whether Norway was more important in World War II than historically recognized--did Hitler's invasion of Norway ultimately cost him the war? Did one Norwegian colonel, through disobeying orders, save civilization? A welcome and much- appreciated addition to World War II history and narrative shelves.
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Title Annotation:Reckless Courage: The True Story of a Norwegian Boy Under Nazi Rule
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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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