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By Christian Nürnberger

Christian Nürnberger erzählt von Frauen und Männern, die den Mut zum Widerstand hatten: Mut, Hitlers Pläne zu durchkreuzen, Mut, Hitlers Befehle zu verweigern, Mut, Menschenleben zu retten:
Dietrich Bonhoeffer - Willy Brandt - Georg Elser - Mildred Harnack - Robert Havemann - Fritz Kolbe - Janusz Korczak - Helmuth James Graf von Moltke - Martin Niemöller - Sophie Scholl - Irena Sendler - Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg

"Mutige Menschen verbindet auf überzeugende Weise fundierte historische details mit politischem Engagement auf sprachlich hohem Niveau." Aus der Jurybegründung Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis

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