Sven Hassel in general Reviews
Description:Author: Sven Hassel
Newest Review: ... were totally outclassed and out manouvered until late 1942/early 1943 at Stalingrad where they began to hold the Nazis back.At the crucial battle of Kursk in the summer of 1943 the Red Army effectively put paid to Hitler's hopes of winning the war and started to push back the Nazis all the way to Berlin,this ... more
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by - written on 13/02/04, updated on 13/02/04 (Very useful, 225 readings)
'Burning,looting,raping,murdering,Hitler,s Penal Regiment advanced on the centre of Warsaw leaving in their wake a bloody trail of death and destruction.' As a boy making Airfix spitfires and reading 'Commando' books while hearing my grandfather's stories became fascinated with the Second World War.It is a period of history branded on the national psyche from 'Dads Army' to the 'Dunkirk Spirit'. I used to see Sven Hassel paperbacks on stands at the local supermarket with their gory covers but my Dad would never let me read them.Then a few years back,these books long since forgotten along with all things ... Read the complete review
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