Relates the story of Jean Moulin, the enigmatic and mythic hero of the French Resistance, describing his early life, his career during the war, the betrayal that led to his capture by the Nazis, and his heroic death.
Originally published in Great Britain as "The Death of Jean Moulin: Biography of a Ghost," by John Murray Publishers, London, 2001.
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The story of France's iconic Resistance hero, Jean Moulin. He was General DeGaulle's emissary and operated in a secretive and uncertain world. The book explores the possibilities of his betrayal to the Gestapo and death. Although tortured, he never gave up any information. His body was never found.
This work was originally published in Great Britain as The death of Jean Moulin: biography of a ghost, by John Murray (Publishers), London, in 2000