Megan Koreman

Megan Koreman developed an early fascination with WWII due to family stories of Dutch Resistance. While studying at Notre Dame and UC Berkeley, she focused on the war despite limited historical resources. As archival laws evolved, she became the first historian to explore newly accessible Resistance archives. Koreman writes, lectures, and teaches about civilian experiences during Nazi Occupation, with notable works including "The Expectation of Justice" and "The Escape Line." She resides in Michigan with her family.

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