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Having read many books on the allied perspective of d-day and always seeing the heroism of the allied forces in films and pictures and also having the belief that that most of the German military were brainwashed hobnailed boot wearing facists, well folks have a read of this and it will open your eyes to a new view of the average German "soldat /5(5K).
This first book and its follow up are superb. Frank appraisals of the context of the invasion, the apprehension, brutality and second by second fear, are all here.
It is important to see the other perspective, of why the invasion was so successful and of why German forces were inable to oppose the landings effectively/5(5K).
This was a fascinating book seen through the eyes of German soldiers and civilians. History is usually written by the victors and to see through letters and other documents the perspective of the German people as the war progressed and the changing views as the reality of bombing in the cities adds a new dimension to WW/5().
D Day through German Eyes is an excellent short book comprising five accounts from men who were actually on the front line on June 6th. The recollections of the men, a mixture of junior officers and other ranks, were collected by the author's grandfather, a military journalist who had visited the Atlantic Wall before D Day, who tracked 4/5.
Thousands of movies have been made about World War II (nearly 6, movies listed in IMDb mention WWII as one of their plot keywords). Almost all of them were made from the point of view of the Allied few movies show the second world war from the perspective of Nazi Germany.
Which WWII movie, made from a Nazi German point of view (*), did you enjoy most. "Fritz does an impressive job of detailing what war was like for the average German soldier on the front lines in World War II."―Paper Wars "Drawn from letters, diaries and memoirs, this impressive study presents a rounded, detailed picture of the daily life of the Landser―the ordinary German infantryman of WWII―and takes an unblinking look at the stark realities of combatReviews: This book may be “about” war, but it is, like most of these books, mostly about people.
Knight’s Cross: A Life of Field Marshall Erwin Rommel by David Fraser. It’s going to feel weird reading a book about a German general in WWII but for Rommel we must make an. The War is a seven-part American television documentary miniseries about World War II from the perspective of the United program was produced by American filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, written by Geoffrey Ward, and narrated primarily by Keith David.
It premiered on Septem The world premiere of the series took place at the Palace Theater in Luverne, Minnesota. This collection provides a transnational, interdisciplinary perspective on artistic responses to war from to the present, analysing a broad selection of the rich, complex body of work which has emerged in response to conflicts since the Great War.
Many of the creators examined here embody the human experience of war: first-hand witnesses who developed a unique visual language in direct. The German Midwife falls in the vein as many books I've read over the years - World War II-era historical fiction.
What is completely different about this book is the perspective which is /5(K). Until the Eyes Shut: Memories of a machine gunner on the Eastern Front, - Kindle edition by Hartinger, Andreas.
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The war and all of its resulting brutality are seen through their innocent eyes. (They don't stay innocent for very long.). Net Galley's description was that this book was "for readers of The Alice Network and The Lost Girls of Paris, an immersive, heart-pounding debut about a German heiress on the run in post-World War II Germany." BOOM I was sold.
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