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Eventually he reached the rank of lieutenant and received an Iron Cross 1st and 2nd class. Other books in this series. Neither are the good guys sainted; their fear and failings are clear, as is also their strength and dignity.

Sep 18, Nicoleta rated it it was ok. This doesn’t …more No, they can be read in any order though you may hasssel references to earlier incidents from earlier books if you read them out of order. Prison by Sven Hassel Paperback, This item doesn’t belong on this page. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

No trivia or quizzes yet. He claimed to have surrendered to Soviet troops in Berlin in and to have spent the following years in prisoner-of-war camps in various countries bestapo but in reality he was arrested in Denmark in after the liberation and was held in prison there, first as a suspect and then as a convicted criminal.

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Best-selling in War Fiction See all. Berlingske Tidende in Danish. A journey alongside the hopelessness of Hamburg military prison and the sadistic filths who feed and keep it alive. Legionnaire is put in charge of their training by Colonel Hinka.


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Es casi imposible resumir la historia principal, ya que cuando lo terminas vestapo la recuerdas. Es un libro de historias, tiene las virtudes del escritor y todos sus defectos. In March Berlingske Tidende gave a detailed account of Hassel’s exposure as a fraud and his post-war prison sentence.

Feb 09, Pierre Belzec rated it it was amazing.

sveb Archived from the original on 25 September Physical Description p. This one is typical of Hassel’s writing, and a good introduction to his style and pacing. Spotting this book in a second-hand shop, I wondered whether how it would read today.

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After insisting grstapo times, the judge ended the discussions with a statement to the effect that she could no longer bear his insistence on this gassel front line service, but that he would also be convicted for that, although it would not add to nor detract from his prison sentence.

Lt Ohlsen is accused of desertion and cowardice. More than that, nothing super special. Refresh and try again. Heide talks about how he is the best turned out soldier in the German army.

I suspect it was rather more interesting for that as the combat and drinking scenes are tedious in the extreme. He did his compulsory year’s military service in the Danish forces in and then, facing unemployment, joined the German army. By graphically portraying war as violent and hopeless in such manner, Hassel’s books have been said to contain an anti-war message.


A Novel by Mark T. The controversial Danish writer Erik Haaest disputed Hassel’s claims for many years. Retrieved 29 December Drinking in a canteen. He is taken for a drive through Hamburg with Gestapo men to prison.

Lt Ohlsen is arrested having been denounced by his wife. Story of prison governor Major Rotenhausen.

To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Porta continues his deals with the driver. Depressing atmosphere aside, Sven Hassel’s familiar style of swear-ridden and tale-like storytelling will lock it’s readers in place till the end as always. He served with the 2nd Cavalry Regiment and later the 11th and 27th Panzer Regiments 6th Panzer Division on all fronts except North Africa and was wounded several times.

Was the reality as described in this book?

He began to write his first book, Legion of the Damned while he was interned. According to Haaest, Saunte had explained that in court Hassel had insisted that the charges against him should be extended with svne clause that he had also served as a German soldier, although he had obviously never done that.