Between the Lines by Tom Frazier
A German Boy Raised in Nazi Times Who Returns to His Homeland As an American Soldier in World War II.

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The story of a German boy raised in Nazi times who returns to his homeland as an American soldier in World War II, passionately believing in the ideals of his adopted country. It includes high adventure in the alps working with partisans while rescuing Allied soldiers behind enemy lines. Later in Germany, he confiscated many important documents and took photos of the frightful tragedies that involved his native land. This story is told with personal feelings about the nature of war and the decisions that are made about it both individually and collectively.
 

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Published July 1, 2001 by Regent Pr. 389 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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After retiring from social work in 1977, Frazier and his wife led counseling workshops throughout the world, including his native Germany, where they focused on WWII's long-lasting effects. Her

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Though his prose lacks flair, Frazier's story can nevertheless be compelling as it shifts between plodding diaristic details and harrowing descriptions of his wartime activities—e.g., rescuing a man trapped for nine days in the snow or sniffing out hidden SS personnel files before their destruction.

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