Virtual: The Artists Who Risked Their Lives Using Art to Defy the Nazis
Amidst the danger of Nazi-occupied Island of Jersey in the British Channel, two French women, Lucy Shwob and Suzanne Malherbe, drew on their skills as Parisian avant-garde artists to write and distribute “paper bullets”—wicked insults against Hitler, calls to rebel, and subservie fictional dialogues designed to demoralize Nazi troops. History professor Jeffrey Jackson joins us with the history of the audacious anti-Nazi campaign undertaken by this unlikely pair.
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