Paper bullets : two artists who risked their lives to defy the Nazis / Jeffrey H. Jackson
Book | Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill | 2020 | First edition.

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First edition.
326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Prologue: "They have not caught you this time" -- Learning to resist. "Jealous, exclusive passion": Paris in the 1920s -- "A professional smile-and voilà!" -- "I sensed the war coming (without wanting to believe it)" -- Fighting the Nazis. "It will take much, much longer than you think" -- War without end -- "News service" for the Germans -- The indirect effect -- The soldier with no name -- The deportations -- "Jesus is great-but Hitler is greater" -- Arrest and trial. "Come in...gentlemen" -- "It becomes quite impossible to trace back the origin of a particular idea" -- "I would live one day at a time" -- "I am prepared to acknowledge anything of ours" -- "Good night, my poor little chick" -- "We are at the show" -- "This strange dream" -- "Lullaby for one condemned to death" -- "Any minute now" -- Lucy and Suzanne in peacetime. "A place more deserted than the desert" -- Epilogue: Why resist?
"The true story of an audacious resistance campaign undertaken by an unlikely pair: two French women -- Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe -- who drew on their skills as Parisian avant-garde artists to write and distribute wicked insults against Hitler and calls to desert, a PSYOPs tactic known as "paper bullets," designed to demoralize Nazi troops occupying their adopted home of Jersey in the British Channel Islands"-- Provided by publisher.
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