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The book is well written, fast-paced, and quite an interesting read.
Voss does a good job of documenting his perspective and gives a great account of the political mindset of the Germans before, during and after the war.
This book was a good short read about the life and military combat experience of a Waffen SS soldier fighting in Finland during WWII.
I found this book to be thoroughly enjoyable. It is always interesting to read about history from different perspectives. I would recommend.Published 3 days ago by Hereindallas
I really got the feel of what is was like for the mountain infantry units. It is good to hear an account of one of the many non criminal front line SS.Published 10 days ago by Rich-Georgia
I guess it's fortuitous that I'm writing this review on the day that Günter Grass died. In any event, this firsthand account of a soldier in the Waffen S.S. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Joseph Hirsch
Good book. The reason I read books on WWII is to find out what the average joe was up to on both sides. Not every German was a fanatic moron. Read morePublished 19 days ago by H. F. Watts
It was a great story from the other side of WWII. If you are a history buff, especially military history it's likely you would enjoy this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ChasB
The innocence of writer as a teenager who is far more impacted by the spread of Bolsheviks via the Soviet Union is a unique perspective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JPWinOK
Deserves credit for an articulate, if superficial, biographical account of a young German in WW Two. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Just saying...
I never relaised that the Waffen-SSS was a highly specialized combat unit. after reading this book my view of this unit has greatly changed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Denpen