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FREE DOWNLOAD D DAY Through German Eyes 2 ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub READ & DOWNLOAD Ù E-book, or Kindle E-pub à Holger Eckhertz Holger Eckhertz à 9 FREE DOWNLOAD Monies from the same archiveThese newly translated eyewitness statements by German veterans show the defenders to be determined but psychologically insecure often deluded in their thinking and all too human in their shock at the. I wrote about my attraction to this fascinating book in my review of the first volume At the age of 12 or so I was fascinated even obsessed with how this war had happened especially since it effected my father so profoundlyI became fascinated with WWII and how it happened and how did this one diminutive man almost achieve world domination I read so many books on WWII but never had the chance to read things from the German side This book is the 2nd of two volumes of interviews with soldiers who were on the German front during D Day The actual interviewer was the father of the man who edited these booksHe did an excellent job If you are a student of history this is a must They say the history books are written by the victors but this book and its companion volume present a compelling view of what it was like to suddenly see this enormous armada coming onto the beach to hear of the terror that offshore shelling by Allied battleships and cruisers unleashed for hours before and during the assault Many of the interviewees are uite honest in how frightened and confused they were In volume one some even speak of what happened when they were captured and taken as prisoners It turns out that many were sent to England andor the United States were treated very well and some even stayed In volume 2 the few who spoke of being captured were not captured on D Day but later in the war and say they were not treated very well I have no reason to doubt themNo bones about it as with the 1st volume this is not a book for the sueamish There are very graphic descriptions of the damage done to humans and even animals as a result of the assault There is also from some a begrudging admiration for the creativity and tenacity of the Allied forces The interviews were conducted in 1954 and at that time a small few of those interviewed still held that only if certain things had happened they would have repulsed the assault I read this book and its companion volume very uickly It is well organized and is not edited down to make it a nice read This book is about the horror of combat the confusion of war and the bravery of men on both sides The reader can almost hear the explosions smell the cordite and sweat in the bunkers Highest recommendation but not for the sueamish Desolation Angels The Big Empty #3 psychologically insecure often deluded in their thinking and all too human in their shock at the. 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