Jewish Woman Who Spied On Nazis To Visit Ashland
Marthe Cohn escaped Nazi oppression in France before the Allies liberated the country. But rather than celebrate the freedom, she chose to enter Germany--potentially lethal for a Jew--to spy for the French in the waning days of the war.
It's a story she tells in her book Behind Enemy Lines, a story she'll recap in an appearance in Ashland on February 26th. Marthe Cohn visits The Exchange for an interview about her accomplished and long life.