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New Book Reveals Audrey Hepburn's Work Against Nazis

Posted April 04, 2019

The world fell in love with her doe-eyed beauty and stylish perfection in such films as Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Sabrina, but Audrey Hepburn‘s real-life story was always far more complicated.

26 years after her death, a new book, Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II, by historian and biographer Robert Matzen, excerpted in this week’s PEOPLE, tells the harrowing tale that Hepburn long kept hidden.

Her son Luca Dotti, who wrote the forward to Dutch Girl, supports the full story coming out, noting: “It’s a good time to tell my mother’s story and to know her as more than just an icon of beauty and style.”

Read more at PEOPLE.

  

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