Divided by Ralph Freedman

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A World War II era novel about love, betrayal, honor and loss, Divided focuses on a small Austrian town in the tension-filled days between the German retreat and the Russian occupation. A small unit of American intelligence agents try to root out the remaining Nazi sympathizers and prepare the town and themselves for the changes peace will bring. "...Divided is the first novel recommended by The Reserve Officer--with no holds barred as to its excellence in treating one of the most dramatic situations in history. Against the tense background of fear and internal division that dominated post-war Kleinbach, a small Austrian town occupied by the American Army, Ralph Freedman has projected this powerful book. "Divided ... wins ROA's recommendation as real good reading for every officer of the Armed Forces." The Reserve Officer, September 1948.

About Ralph Freedman

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Freedman, professor emeritus of comparative literature at Princeton University.
Published May 14, 2012 by Twilight Times Books. 342 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War. Fiction

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