Soldat by Siegfried Knappe
Reflections Of A German Soldier, 1936-49

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Recounting his role in World War II, a German soldier describes his days in Hitler's youth labor service, his five years in a Soviet prison camp, and his reunion with his wife and children. 15,000 first printing.
 

About Siegfried Knappe

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Knappe was a soldier in the Wehrmacht, the German Army, before being captured by the Russians.
 
Published June 16, 1992 by Orion Books. 384 pages
Genres: History, War, Travel, Biographies & Memoirs, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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He was bothered by the use of children in the war, he tells us, but outraged when a teenaged leader failed to report that they had fled their position, and he was nonplussed by a Russian woman who thought Fascism would be as bad as Communism.

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This engaging, introspective memoir, coauthored with Bruslaw ( The Business Writer's Handbook ) offers insight into the thinking and attitudes of a Wehrmacht officer. Knappe served in the artillery du

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This engaging, introspective memoir, coauthored with Bruslaw ( The Business Writer's Handbook ) offers insight into the thinking and attitudes of a Wehrmacht officer.

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