Our Review/Thoughts

THE BOYS WHO CHALLENGED HITLER: KNUD PETERSON AND THE CHURCHILL CLUB by Phillip Hoose tells the amazing true story of teens who stood up to the Nazis in Denmark during World War II

-Other acclaimed books on the Danish Resistance, such as Hitler's Savage Canary by David Lampe, (the several types of Resistance) and A Conspiracy of Decency (Danish rescue of most Danish Jews, an effort by many Danes and surprisingly even by a few Germans) by Emmy Werner, while very much on the side of being and becoming Resisters, (as I am too) also understand (as Philip Hoose and his sole source: Knud Pederson do not), the very practical, good management the Danish government did in the early years of the war, saving many many lives, and keeping as much Danish autonomy as they could

Luckily for the boys, they were tried by Danish officials and, in part because of their age, were not sentenced to death

Thank you to the author for his insight in to Mr

Parts are offensive to me and to Danes who do appreciate and understand that the Danish Resistance and Danish people welcomed and needed a whole range of rallying, in-spiritizing, caution with open military resistance (no way to defeat the Germans that way) and forms of Resistance

They banded together to sabotage the Germans occupying their country-and bringing worldwide attention to the cause of resistance, but at a heavy price to themselves personally

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