World War 2: Heroes: Jean Moulin & The French Resistance Forces in WWII (World War 2, World War II, WWII, WW2, Jean Moulin, French Resistance Book 1)
|Rating||:||4.43 (995 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||265 Pages|
Excellent reading for the history buff Knighterrant Well done! I've read a lot of history about WW2. This book gave details about France, before and during the war, which I had not read or noted before. The research was excellent, and the presentation was riveting and factual. In a few places the writing style was not to my liking, and that's why I only gave 4 stars, but I do not hesitate to recommend this book to anyone interested in the history of France, WW2, or history in general. Thank you, Ryan Jenkins for this and the great series of books you are doing on this period of history.. This was a wonderful and well written perspective from their eyes In all the books I have read. movies I have watched and documentaries I have seen, never once was the focus on the French people and how they suffered. This was a wonderful and well written perspective from their eyes. I applaud Ryan Jenkins for this look into the Frenchs' world and viewpoints.I had no real knowledge about what The French Resistance was until reading this book. A must have for a resource.. World War II: Jean MOulin C. Yates Why do we not hear more about the French when studying WWII?? I had not know much at all regarding the French and how they suffered so terribly until this book. I know the US was there at times helping with running the German's out but never so personal a story as this one. France had much destroyedpeople, buildings, art, churches, etc. This is a worthwhile book for any history buff who probably already knows about France and the warhowever this is good reading. I had downloaded my book from Amazon onto my Kindle. You must get yours this week and begin the read.
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Learn about the brave men and women who fought back against German occupation of their homeland.Here's a Preview of What You Will Learn* Origins of the French Resistance* Leaders of resistance movements* What is Codename “Rex”* What is Codename “Max”* Martyrs for the causeDOWNLOAD YOUR COPY TODAYComments From Other Readers“Great look at one of the aspects of the war that you never really hear about most of the time. (Paris, France)Tags: World War II, WWII, France, WWII France, French Resistance, resistance leaders in France in WWII, World War 2, Jean Moulin, Best of our spies, resistance and betrayal, greatest hero of french resistance, alexd gerlis, Paris, France history, Biography, military, Charles De Gaulle. Although school may not have taught this particular historical period all that much, this resource is all you really need.” – Jack B. It was a long, hard-fought battle, but our men and women were able to accomplish what they set out to do in the end. Take a Look at the French Resistance Movement of World War II***Get this Best Seller now for the special promotion price of $2.99! Regularly priced at $4.99***One country that not much is spoken of in rel
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