1st ed., 1989. 192 pp., photo-plates. D.j., 24 x 16cm. Spine of d.j., faded o/w Nr.FINE. Through the parallel stories of Armand Kohn, a rich Parisian Jew who naively refused to accept the inevitable, and Paulette Szlifke, a courageous, teenage resistance fighter who was ultimately betrayed for her Jewishness, the reader learns how the Nazis – aided by many French men and women, some enthusiastically, some unwillingly – attempted genocide during World War II.