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Relying on 24 hours worth of face to face interviews with Knud Pedersen as well as than 1000 emails and Pedersen s published writing this nonfiction account of a group of Danish teens who dared to defy Adolph Hitler reads as smoothly as the most engaging novel When Knud Pedersen was in the eighth grade the Germans began to occupy Denmark and his life changed completely Suddenly he became keenly aware of the difference in the reaction of the Norwegians and the Danes to the Germans and he felt ashamed When it became clear that the adults in charge of the country would do nothing against the interlopers Knud and some of his classmates began talking and acting After forming the Churchill Club named after the British Prime Minister they began their small resistance movement stealing weapons removing signs sabotaging euipment and generally becoming thorns in the sides of the Germans All of these plots were carried out on foot or via their bicycles too and the boys were sworn to secrecy Although some readers might argue that the eight boys in the Churchill Club and the others who helped them in various ways were na ve they were fully aware of the conseuences of their actions If no one else was going to act to restore the reputation of their country then they would and they did keeping their small resistance movement a secret from their parents When they are later arrested tried and imprisoned they continue to try to keep up their spirits and upon being released from prison it s clear that the climate of the country has changed There is little support in the country for the Germans and resistance groups abound inspired in no little way by the Churchill Club Much of the story is told in the words of its protagonist but the author also intersperses his own thoughts and observations without detracting from the narrative as a whole The details of the teen resistance group s actions as well as the inclusion of differences of opinion among group members and Knud s unreuited crush on a neighbor girl as well as the reactions of classmates and teachers upon learning of the boys arrest all add to the story s authenticity and appeal for its particular audience For those seeking inspiration or examples of how one marginalized group stood up for their country and their beliefs and took action this book serves as a ready example of courage and heroism The inclusion of archival photos of the boys looking so very young and innocent and the description of the lives they went on to lead offer food for thought Fans of the books of Phillip M Hoose will not be disappointed with this one which needs to be reuired reading in several middle grade and high school history classes JLA Classified Vol 4 The Hypothetical Woman of sabotage infuriating the Germans who eventually had the boys tracked down and arrested But their efforts were not in vain the boys' exploits and eventual imprisonment helped spar. 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    (Pdf Read) [The Boys Who Challenged Hitler Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club] Phillip Hoose ✓ 8 DOWNLOAD Very interesting book about Denmark during WWII I had no idea that Hitler basically told the leaders in Denmark to do as he asked or he would bomb them until they did This book is about a group of teenage boys who did not like that their country was not willing to fight Hitler so they took matters into their own hands and staged their own sabotage missions

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