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An officer who is prepared to die first can demand total loyalty, only he can take his men into the jaws of death. They are Goering’s golden boys, the pride of the Luftwaffe, Germany’s crack paratroopers known as the Green Devils. When the novel opens, we find a unit rearing to go to their next … Continue reading #GermanLitMonth: Eagles of the Reich by Will Berthold (1957)
The German Literature month has given me a wonderful opportunity to read three authors who had long been on my wishlist. Splinter by Sebastian Fitzek (2009) ‘Back to the default position?’ said Marc. ‘A total reset?’ Marc Lucas is a psychiatrist who has enough problems of his own. A few months prior to the beginning … Continue reading #GermanLitMonth: Three Crime Novels
FFB & #GermanLitMonth: My Father’s Keeper: The Children of Nazi Leaders – An Intimate History of Damage and Denial
Because sometimes there are stories -even in an atheistic world – that do not end with the passing of the protagonist. Hermann Goring, Heinrich Himmler, Rudolf Hess… I think all of us have heard of these names. Then there were others whom I encountered for the first time: Hans Frank, Baldur von Schirach, Martin Bormann, … Continue reading FFB & #GermanLitMonth: My Father’s Keeper: The Children of Nazi Leaders – An Intimate History of Damage and Denial
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