For the Love of Tomorrow

For the Love of Tomorrow by Jacqueline PiguetThe story of Irène Laure, a pioneer of European reconciliation. Laure was a rebel against injustice from her earliest days. She was an indomitable figure in the French Resistance. Amidst the rubble of post-war Europe she discovered forgiveness to be a force stronger than hatred.

She went to Germany. She spoke to thousands on radio and in person. ‘For weeks my heart ached when I spoke. But I made peace.’ She asks, ‘Why are we so ready to pay the price of war in lives and money and yet not to pay the price of peace?’

Year of publication1985
Shipping classpaperback/video
PublisherGrosvenor Books
Number of pages135