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- og tok de enn vårt liv sagaen om Morset-familien

by Per Hansson

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Norge 1940–45: De sterkeste krigshistoriene

– og tok de enn vårt liv utkom første gang i 1963. Boka forteller om et usedvanlig drama fra 2. verdenskrig.

På gården Klegset i Selbu bor Peder Morset med sin kone og sju sønner. Ganske tidlig under okkupasjonen blir Morset og de eldste sønnene aktive i motstandskampen. Og: Den tyskervennlige Henry Rinnan blir raskt deres hensynsløse motstander.

En vinternatt i 1943 slår Gestapo til på Klegset …
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