Reviews: AN OBSOLETE HONOR by Helena P. Schrader

An Obsolete Honor by Helena P. Schrader is another WWII book that participants have read this year.

Check out the excerpt below and click on the link for a full review.

MariReads said:

It is very evident that there was a lot of research done for this book. The historical events are intertwined perfectly with the narrative and held my attention for most of the 568 pages. The drama is gripping and hard to turn away from. The only time I started to lose interest was for the few chapters that focused entirely on military tactics.

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Review: AN OBSOLETE HONOR by Helena P. Schrader

an-obsolete-honorI recently posted a review of An Obsolete Honor:  A Story of the German Resistance to Hitler by Helena P. Schrader on my book review blog, Diary of an Eccentric.  Here’s an excerpt:

An Obsolete Honor: A Story of the German Resistance to Hitler is a must-read for anyone who mistakenly believes all Germans sided with Hitler and his evil minions during World War II. Helena P. Schrader undertook extensive research and interviews with survivors of the failed plot to kill Hitler on July 20, 1944, as well as the spouses of those officers executed for their involvement. (This plot was recently featured in the movie Valkyrie.)

Read the rest of the review here.

Helena P. Schrader, the author of An Obsolete Honor, also was a guest blogger at Diary of an Eccentric.  You can read her guest post here.

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