Behind Enemy Lines (book)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Behind Enemy Lines is a 2002 autobiographical book co-written by Holocaust survivor Marthe Cohn and Wendy Holden.[1] It details Cohn's exploits as a French Jew during the Holocaust and World War II when, working as a nurse, she traveled into German territory to collect intelligence for the French resistance movement.

References[edit]