Through unparalleled historical detective work, noted scholars Walter Laqueur and Richard Breitman reveal the inspiring tale of Eduard Schulte, the Breslau business leader who risked his life to gather information about such Nazi activities as the revised date of the German attack on Poland and the Nazi plan for mass extermination of European Jews. First published in 1986, Breaking the Silence is reissued with both a new foreword and afterword by the authors.
Publisher: University Press of New England
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 485 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 22 mm
A biography of a hero, Eduard Schulte, whose heroism was hidden...This biography may be regarded both as an act of posthumous justice and as a realistic spy thriller. The New Yorker"
None of this would have come to light if it had not been for the pertinacity of Lacqueur and Breitman...Their efforts should arouse the admiration of every historical researcher. Alan Bullock, The New Republic"