As a 1923 graduate from Colorado College of Agriculture, Heinrich Steiner never dreamed that when he returned to his native Germany he would be forced to assume position of Minister of Agronomy and High-Yield Farming for Hitler and the Nazis during World War II. With strong ties to both the United States and Great Britain, Steiner often felt like a traitor. His personal life also became filled with turmoil when he married the girl waiting for him in Germany, but was in love with the one he left in America. Spies, prison camps, love affairs, and war-all combine to make Pride and Honor a worthwhile book.
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Published April 27, 2008
War, Literature & Fiction, History.