Behind Enemy Lines (book)

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Behind Enemy Lines
Author Marthe Cohn, Wendy Holden
Subject Biography, World War II
Genre Personal narratives
Set in Metz, France
Published New York
Publisher Harmony Books
Publication date
Pages x, 282 pages
ISBN 0609610546
OCLC 50272414
LC Class DS135.F9 C643 2002

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.