Vidal-Naquet


ELIE WIESEL: "Highly readable and deeply moving, this book is an important contribution to Holocaust literature, It raises many questions and opens many gates leading to the abyss of darkness and despair of these years. Reading it is in itself a commitment to memory."

ROBERT O. PAXTON: "A vivid picture of collaboration at the village level ... one of the most convincing and moving of its kind."