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Synopsis: In her classic study of WWII, Dame Rebecca West interprets the impulse of treachery and betrayal. From the trials of William Joyce and John Amery, the renowned historian takes the reader from a London devastated by war into the inner world of "sufferings which overtake people who live unnaturally and cut the bonds which bind them to their own country."
About the Author: Dame Rebecca West (1892-1983) began as a journalist and a feminist writing for The Freewoman and The Clarion. She met H.G. Wells in 1912 and together they had a son, Anthony West. In 1918 she published The Return of the Soldier, the first of her novels, which deals with the issue of shell-shock. She married H.M. Andrews in 1930 and they then travelled in Yugoslavia gathering material for her famous Black Lamb, Grey Falcon. She was present at the Nuremberg trials, and, following the treason trials in London, published The Meaning of Treason. She continued to write and review with her usual panache and vigour until her death.
Title: The Meaning of Treason
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