During the Holocaust, more than three thousand Jewish children and adults hid in a small town in the mountains of France. The rescue effort was led by Magda and André Trocmé, a couple risked everything, including their own lives, for the sake of strangers.
Written by a German journalist and translated by John D. Roth. The same story is told in the movie Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed.
- Author: Hanna Schott
- 270 pages