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It is a very well written book.
Sajer's book, which documents his tour of duty from a transportation unit to combat as an infantry soldier in the Gross Deutchland Division is remarkable.
This book is the story of Guy Sajer, who was a German Wehrmacht solder fighting on the Eastern front during the second world war.
This book gives an incredible insight into what it was like to be a German Soldier on the Russian Front. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Gary D. Marshall
This is one of most gut-wrenching first-hand accounts of the Eastern Front I’ve read. Mr. Sager does more than an excellent job in describing the brutality and hopelessness he and... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jeff Dawson
Incredible story and very well written. A document on why war is something to avoid at all costs.Published 15 days ago by Petter Kamel
You will not find a more heart wrenching novel of modern combat if you search high and wide. For aficiondos of the eastern front in WW2 it's a must read.Published 23 days ago by Guy L. Dipietro
I've read a lot of books, and never has a story affected me so deeply as this. So much happened in WW2 that we never hear about, and it's all in this book. Read morePublished 23 days ago by D Parker
Hard to read at times due to the graphic description of the fighting, but couldn't put it down. One of best books out there on the brutal reality of fighting on the... Read morePublished 27 days ago by KidC
I read this book over 10 years ago and just reread it. It is a chilling and shocking account of the hellish conditions the German soldiers endured while fighting the Russians... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Carol Hawkins
This is a sad graphic powerful autobiography about Guy Sajer, a Franco/German soldier caught up on the German side of WWII. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Donald Krueger