When Truth Was Treason by Blair R Holmes
German Youth against Hitler: The Story of the Helmuth Hubener(umlaut over the u) Group Based on the Narrative of Karl-Heinz Schnibbe

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A chilling, true story of four courageous teenagers who defied the Nazis. Based on a first-person account by one of the surviving conspirators, Karl-Heinz Schnibbe, a working-class son of the city of Hamburg, this book provides a vivid chronicle of the brave young men who faced the awful tyranny of a nation's darkest hour. 20 photos.
 

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Published November 11, 2003 by Academic Research Foundation. 425 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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Early in WWII, four Hamburg members of the Hitler Youth who became disillusioned with the Nazi regime began writing and distributing leaflets revealing the Allies' version of the war, which they heard

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Early in WWII, four Hamburg members of the Hitler Youth who became disillusioned with the Nazi regime began writing and distributing leaflets revealing the Allies' version of the war, which they heard while covertly listening to the BBC.

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