Number the Stars
The Resistance fighters were Danish people—no one knew who, because they were very secret—who were determined to bring harm to the Nazis however they could. They damaged the German trucks and cars, and bombed their factories. They were very brave. Sometimes they were caught and killed. (1.55)
"The boy looked right at the soldier, and he said, 'All of Denmark is his bodyguard.'"
Annemarie had shivered. It sounded like a very brave answer. "Is it true, Papa?" she asked. "What the boy said?" (2.21-22)
But ordinary people like the Rosens and the Johansens? Annemarie admitted to herself, snuggling there in the quiet dark, that she was glad to be an ordinary person who would never be called upon for courage. (4.60)