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Online Sources: Anti-War/Peace Advocacy - WWII
Book Sources: Anti-War/Peace Advocacy - WWII
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A Few Small Candles by
Call Number: D810.C82 F48 1999
War Resisters of World War II tell their Stories
The Anti-Warrior: A Memoir by
Call Number: DP269.9 .F36 1989
"After the Spanish Civil War, Felsen helped form the O.S.S. in World War II. Taken prisoner of war, he escaped in his inimitable style during a 1,200-mile prisoner-of-war march and drove out of Nazi Germany in a Mercedes-Benz. He returned to the United States more convinced than ever of war's insanity and its extreme human cost."
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