Local authors: Louis R. Eltscher of Rochester and K. Bradley Paxton of Rochester
Traitors or Patriots? A Story of the German Anti-Nazi Resistance
Louis R. Eltscher (iUniverse, $6.99)
Little is known today of the extent of the anti-Nazi activity that occurred inside Hitler’s Germany. This book documents the rise of anti-Nazi activity, different types of resistance groups, and the difficulties in achieving organization. Presented within the broader context of German history and contemporary world events, this comprehensive study provides a well-balanced narrative of the German resistance. Eltscher, who lives in Rochester, is professor emeritus at RIT, where he specialized in German history.
Pictures, Pop Bottles and Pills
K. Bradley Paxton (KBPaxton, Inc., $14.95)
This book is a celebration of the best Kodak moments of the last 50 years in electronic and digital technology. It is also the untold story of Kodak’s pioneering efforts in the field of electronic imaging during the last third of the 20th century that eventually set the stage for how people capture and share images today. Insider and author K. Bradley Paxton had a front-row seat for the photo giant’s groundbreaking inventions … and also for what went wrong. Paxton lives in Rochester.