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Sudetti Alberto from italy wrote on 10/02/2017 at 14:54:
gloriam meam est fides
gloriam meam est fides
trevor may from france wrote on 03/02/2017 at 21:16:
My first book was the bloody road to death. I have read all 13 boks at least twice to the extent that most have started to fall apart. I am now in the process of re- purchasing them all again as I think they are a fantastic read with a combination of dram
My first book was the bloody road to death. I have read all 13 boks at least twice to the extent that most have started to fall apart. I am now in the process of re- purchasing them all again as I think they are a fantastic read with a combination of dram
Tim from England wrote on 29/01/2017 at 13:25:
My Father was a POW captured in France in 1945 but spent most of his war in Russia, he was also in a penal battalion and often said that he met a lot of individuals that could have been either Sven himself or Sven's characters, told me the books were very
My Father was a POW captured in France in 1945 but spent most of his war in Russia, he was also in a penal battalion and often said that he met a lot of individuals that could have been either Sven himself or Sven's characters, told me the books were very
John from Romania wrote on 10/01/2017 at 14:43:
I've just begun to read 'The Commissar'. Gosh, I love all of the books. Great work!
I've just begun to read 'The Commissar'. Gosh, I love all of the books. Great work!
Chris from United Kingdom wrote on 22/12/2016 at 23:18:
A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all of you. I,m still reading the great man,s work after all these years.
A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all of you. I,m still reading the great man,s work after all these years.
Peter from Spain wrote on 22/12/2016 at 22:20:
Great books
Great books
Chris mallett from United Kingdom wrote on 06/12/2016 at 21:00:
READ ALL SVENS BOOKS SEVERAL TIMES I WANTED THEM ALL TO SURVIVE THE WAR ESPECIALLY PORTA AND THE OLD MAN.RIP SVEN
READ ALL SVENS BOOKS SEVERAL TIMES I WANTED THEM ALL TO SURVIVE THE WAR ESPECIALLY PORTA AND THE OLD MAN.RIP SVEN
Bob B from England wrote on 22/11/2016 at 22:00:
I was a young soldier in the British Army based in Germany in the late 70s. We used to share Sven Hassel's books and would read them avidly on exercises, they were affectionately known as 'Training Manuals'!
I was a young soldier in the British Army based in Germany in the late 70s. We used to share Sven Hassel's books and would read them avidly on exercises, they were affectionately known as 'Training Manuals'!
Paul Turner from England wrote on 20/11/2016 at 22:58:
I've read these books so often they've fallen apart! The characters are like old friends, I know each of them intimately. Terrible, terrible time for all involved but superb writing about one of mankind's darkest times.
I've read these books so often they've fallen apart! The characters are like old friends, I know each of them intimately. Terrible, terrible time for all involved but superb writing about one of mankind's darkest times.
Andy B from England wrote on 20/11/2016 at 21:27:
I was once on a train heading back from A weeks leave in England I was on the Hook Van Holland Train heading to Osnabruck. I was reading a Sven book which it just so happened was passing along the same track I was on. I'm pretty sure the character got
I was once on a train heading back from A weeks leave in England I was on the Hook Van Holland Train heading to Osnabruck. I was reading a Sven book which it just so happened was passing along the same track I was on. I'm pretty sure the character got
Barry from England wrote on 13/11/2016 at 00:42:
When I was in my teens I was on holiday at my Uncle's flat (1974). One day because of boredom I was looking for something to read and found a book called 'Comrades of War'. It was the most thrilling book I had ever read. Over the years I went on to read a
When I was in my teens I was on holiday at my Uncle's flat (1974). One day because of boredom I was looking for something to read and found a book called 'Comrades of War'. It was the most thrilling book I had ever read. Over the years I went on to read a
Jamie from England wrote on 09/11/2016 at 21:06:
One of the best anti war Writers of our day. Not afraid to tell it at its worst he also gives an insight into man at his best. If you want to see hat an Iron Cross or tank badge looks like, you can see them on www.thirdreichmedals.com its well worth a
One of the best anti war Writers of our day. Not afraid to tell it at its worst he also gives an insight into man at his best. If you want to see hat an Iron Cross or tank badge looks like, you can see them on www.thirdreichmedals.com its well worth a
Jamie Crawford from United Kingdom wrote on 01/11/2016 at 14:38:
Huge lifelong Sven fan, wondering if The Glorious Defeat will be published in English? I really hope so!
Huge lifelong Sven fan, wondering if The Glorious Defeat will be published in English? I really hope so!
Patrick Brock from England wrote on 21/10/2016 at 14:09:
Been reading these awesome books since I was a teenager, fabulous and totally enjoyable. Well done and brilliant
Been reading these awesome books since I was a teenager, fabulous and totally enjoyable. Well done and brilliant
Pieter from Holland wrote on 19/10/2016 at 10:12:
Best book i ever read !! Thank you so verry mutch for the history from the German side . Somtimes tears in my eyes ! Also again thanks !!!
Best book i ever read !! Thank you so verry mutch for the history from the German side . Somtimes tears in my eyes ! Also again thanks !!!
William hunter from scotland wrote on 04/10/2016 at 22:22:
wonderful books passed down from 2 older brothers and still enjoyed to this day.
wonderful books passed down from 2 older brothers and still enjoyed to this day.
gino from italy wrote on 30/09/2016 at 23:34:
my Youth fantastic stories and true history
my Youth fantastic stories and true history
Griffin from U.K. wrote on 27/09/2016 at 13:16:
First read all of the books in the early 80's now revisiting them while contracting in Iraq.Helps pass the limited down-time.
First read all of the books in the early 80's now revisiting them while contracting in Iraq.Helps pass the limited down-time.
Jason Bauer from Canada wrote on 16/09/2016 at 20:58:
As a kid, I used to love reading the Sven Hassle books! Having grown up with 2 grandfathers who had served in the Wehrmacht near the end of WW2 (and having heard their personal war stories) I found his books to be the most realistic depictions of front l
As a kid, I used to love reading the Sven Hassle books! Having grown up with 2 grandfathers who had served in the Wehrmacht near the end of WW2 (and having heard their personal war stories) I found his books to be the most realistic depictions of front l
Jeff from England wrote on 07/09/2016 at 16:33:
Although the later books become parodies ,the early ones are very good.I read them as a teenager in the 1970s.It`s a pity a decent film has never been adapted from the novels,The Misfit Brigade as Hassel said is not good at all.
Although the later books become parodies ,the early ones are very good.I read them as a teenager in the 1970s.It`s a pity a decent film has never been adapted from the novels,The Misfit Brigade as Hassel said is not good at all.

 

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