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Sons and Soldiers: The Untold Story of the Jews Who Escaped the Nazis and Returned with the U.S. Army to Fight Hitler

Bruce Henderson
# UQ6382 Paperback, 429 pages; 2018 (2017)
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The very nature of their work meant that little was known about "the Ritchie boys" during—or even following—World War II. After enduring extreme hardships and persecution in their native lands, these young men often faced mistrust and ridicule in their new American communities because of their differences. But the nearly two thousand German-born Jews who were trained at Camp Ritchie in Maryland and served in Army Military Intelligence as naturalized American citizens played critical roles in gaining the information that ensured Hitler's defeat. These remarkable heroes are finally having their thrilling stories told. - A Reader Review by Kathe Gustafson of Aurora, Colorado
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