Resistance Against Tyranny
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This book, first published in 1966, focuses on the stories of ordinary people who have stood up to tyrants around the world. A German opposes Hitler; a Rabbi in South Africa protests apartheid; an Algerian lawyer remains true to the law; a Polish writer fights the Nazis, and the Communists; an Irish playwright is caught up in the fight against the British; and a Hungarian Jewish poet recites poetry in concentration camps. Together they form an examination of political opposition, and a testimony.
Table of Contents
1. Tunisia and Algeria Gisèle Halimi 2. South Africa André Ungar 3. Germany Wolfgang Müller 4. Poland Waclaw Zagorski 5. Eire Ernest Blythe 6. Hungary Eugene Heimler