Conventional wisdom suggests that the Allies and the Soviets were the only side in the Second World War to support resistance movements. This book shows that Hitler had his own version of the SOE and the OSS, and that the Nazis too encouraged underground resistance against their enemies, especially as Europe was liberated in 1944-5.
|Publication date:||1st November 2006|
|Publisher:||The History Press Ltd|
|Categories:||European history, Second World War, Irregular or guerrilla forces & warfare,|
Perry Biddiscombe is Professor of History at the University of Victoria, he lives in Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. He is the acknowledged world expert on the guerilla forces of the Third Reich. His other books include The Last Nazis: SS Werewolf Guerilla Resistance in Europe 1944-47 ('Throws fresh light on the Third Reich's last days' BBC History Magazine) and Werewolf: The History of the Nationalist Socialist Guerilla Movement 1944-1946 ('The most complete history of the Nazi partisan movement' The Independent). He lives in Canada.More About Perry Biddiscombe