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A Soldier's Conscience-bookcover

By: Charles.G. Fournel

A Soldier's Conscience

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When a soldier has trouble accepting the acts of the regime he serves, how much can his conscience take? What should he do? Could he betray his comrades? These are the questions that faced a young Wehrmacht soldier, after being posted to a top secret base in France. After helping the civilian French resistance, the former soldier must reinvent himself and join the Italian partisans. If these resistance members found out his true identity, he could forfeit his life. With potential enemies all around him, can he betray his fellow countrymen and survive the war unscathed?

Charles grew up in a small seaside town in Suffolk, England. He is divorced and devoted father of two. He started writing short stories at the age of ten and has since expanded his genre to World War II. He has family connections in both the Allies and Axis during the war. This is the reason for his extended interest in that era. He has grown to have great respect for resistance groups who, without any military experience, took up arms for their country.

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