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London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 1989. Alois Brunner war crimes were on a par with those of Adolf Eichmann. He was reponsible for the murder of 128,000 people mostly French Jews, many of them children. Through the parallel stories of Armand Kohn, a rich Parisian Jew who naively refused to accept the inevitable, and Paula Szlifke, a courageous, teenage resistance fighter who was ultimately betrayed for her Jewishness, how the Nazis - aided by many French men and women, some enthusiastically, some unwittingly - attempted genocide. Red bds, gilt tile spine, pictoral wrapper, pp 191 with b/w photos. In tight unread state.. First Edition. Buckram. As New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.