This is the definitive biography of Helmuth Hübener, the astounding Mormon teenager who daringly took on the Third Reich in the midst of World War II. Hübener is the lad who formed the youngest resistance group in Nazi Germany against Adolph Hitler's mad drive for conquest. While other books have told the story of the group Hübener founded, this is the first to tell the full story of Hübener himself. Meticulous research and fresh material gleaned from exhaustive interviews of those closest to Hübener, combined with the author's gift for storytelling, produce an irresistible page-turner. Helmuth's ingenuity took him places few German teenagers of his era could explore - from listening to foreign broadcasts to dusting off forbidden books in the archives where he worked, to learning the darkest secrets that the Nazi leaders were determined to keep from their citizens. The cat-and-mouse games he played with the Gestapo - including where he and his group posted flyers decrying Adolf Hitler - gave the Nazis fits, while Helmuth and his friends smiled all the way. This story takes the reader on the horrific journey of Helmuth and his friends into the very bowels of the Gestapo's fine-tuned system of interrogations, prisons, and concentration camps - were a faithful Latter-day Saint teenager fearlessly faces the highest court of the land with his life in the balance.