Flying against the Wind: The Story of a Young Woman Who Defied the Nazis Social Sensitivity

Ina R. Friedman
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The author shows compassion for the people dealing with war and persecution.

She shows the true-life attitudes of families, friends, and neighbors as they deal with the audacities of war: from aiding and rescuing the persecuted to joining in the Hitler movement.

The author aids young adults in their search for the truth. She creates a list of characters and a chronology, as well as additional sources on Nazi resistance, a glossary, and a table of contents.

Friedman shows compassion for young adults. She communicates an honest story about a series of events that affected thousands of people and many cultures. The ethical issues raised can certainly be applied today. How do young adults right a wrong? How do they stand up for what they believe? Can they effectively deal with peer pressure and maintain self-esteem?

How do they handle divorce and death?

When they feel...

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