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steinar stefferud from Norway wrote on 24/08/2016 at 23:45:
I started to read SVEN HAZEL'S ww2 warbook's back in 1972 on Russian border. I am 71years today and I still reading them. It's best book's I have ever read.
I started to read SVEN HAZEL'S ww2 warbook's back in 1972 on Russian border. I am 71years today and I still reading them. It's best book's I have ever read.
Steve Melnick from Canada wrote on 26/07/2016 at 05:27:
A unique story teller.I've enjoyed his work for some 40 years. It's sad that among the many imitaters and pretenders there has yet to emerge a writer who captures the spirit and the verve of Sven Hassel. Rest in peace sir.
A unique story teller.I've enjoyed his work for some 40 years. It's sad that among the many imitaters and pretenders there has yet to emerge a writer who captures the spirit and the verve of Sven Hassel. Rest in peace sir.
Gordon Potter from England wrote on 19/07/2016 at 01:43:
Started reading Sven's books in 1978 when I was 13. Now I am 50 & still I read them. Make me laugh make me cry, most of all it makes me realise how futile war is / how strong the human spirit. Brilliant books
Started reading Sven's books in 1978 when I was 13. Now I am 50 & still I read them. Make me laugh make me cry, most of all it makes me realise how futile war is / how strong the human spirit. Brilliant books
Gerry Cardinalli from New Zealand wrote on 16/07/2016 at 12:17:
Have been a fan for many years and have read all of Sven's books. Saw the Wheels of Terror movie some years ago but didnt think much of it. The books remain more descriptive.
Have been a fan for many years and have read all of Sven's books. Saw the Wheels of Terror movie some years ago but didnt think much of it. The books remain more descriptive.
Pedro Zamudio from México wrote on 07/07/2016 at 09:16:
first time when i read his books, i was so exited by portas and tiny adventures, sometimes make me laugh very hard and at the same time i was thinking of the hell which they fought, it was awesome
first time when i read his books, i was so exited by portas and tiny adventures, sometimes make me laugh very hard and at the same time i was thinking of the hell which they fought, it was awesome
Saif from pakistan wrote on 05/07/2016 at 21:17:
I first read them in UK 25 years back and still like to read them.. Sven and his mates went through hell!
I first read them in UK 25 years back and still like to read them.. Sven and his mates went through hell!
Eduardo Alcantara from Mexico wrote on 11/06/2016 at 18:47:
Impressed very impressed with the stories of Sven Hassel. The novel about the Monte Cassino battle impressed me much.
Impressed very impressed with the stories of Sven Hassel. The novel about the Monte Cassino battle impressed me much.
Erika J from USA wrote on 02/06/2016 at 03:41:
I have a tremendous interest in WW2 history. To my delight I stumbled upon one of Sven's books: 'SS General'. So after reading it, I have started at the beginning and will work my way through the collection. My only regret is that I will not get a chance
I have a tremendous interest in WW2 history. To my delight I stumbled upon one of Sven's books: 'SS General'. So after reading it, I have started at the beginning and will work my way through the collection. My only regret is that I will not get a chance
Ohlsson from Finland wrote on 31/05/2016 at 20:40:
I read my first book by Sven when i was about 12, and have read them all a ridicoulus amount of time since. i love them all, for the characters, for the story, for the great amount of details. and for all the funny parts! thank you Sven for the great book
I read my first book by Sven when i was about 12, and have read them all a ridicoulus amount of time since. i love them all, for the characters, for the story, for the great amount of details. and for all the funny parts! thank you Sven for the great book
kirk m from United Kingdom wrote on 13/05/2016 at 12:17:
Great books - managed to read them all and loved the characters - I guess the draw was that it felt like no frills, 'as it was' writing....and also conveyed the horrors of WW2 very well....
Great books - managed to read them all and loved the characters - I guess the draw was that it felt like no frills, 'as it was' writing....and also conveyed the horrors of WW2 very well....
Gabriel Uguru from United Kingdom wrote on 11/05/2016 at 18:47:
Sven Hassel’s novels offered such a refreshing aspect of the war and are so mesmerising because the stories are raw and without any pretence at decency. He took us on an exciting journey with the men of the 5th Company 27th (Penal) Battalion as they swag
Sven Hassel’s novels offered such a refreshing aspect of the war and are so mesmerising because the stories are raw and without any pretence at decency. He took us on an exciting journey with the men of the 5th Company 27th (Penal) Battalion as they swag
Robyn from New Zealand wrote on 23/04/2016 at 11:44:
I read my 1st Sven Hassel book when i was a teenager(having bought it for my brother) my dad and i read them all wonderful times...i would have to read it out aloud to my husband...great stuff...and my cat lovely cat is called Sven..
I read my 1st Sven Hassel book when i was a teenager(having bought it for my brother) my dad and i read them all wonderful times...i would have to read it out aloud to my husband...great stuff...and my cat lovely cat is called Sven..
@bobconnolly10 from united kingdom wrote on 11/04/2016 at 15:03:
i served in the british army during the seventies, stationed in germany, in munster, and used the same training grounds as sven,paderborn- sennelager. i and my colleagues felt an affinity with sven and the gang that remains with me today. i have read all
i served in the british army during the seventies, stationed in germany, in munster, and used the same training grounds as sven,paderborn- sennelager. i and my colleagues felt an affinity with sven and the gang that remains with me today. i have read all
Aaron Sahipakka from Finland wrote on 02/04/2016 at 09:03:
I wrote and book report about SS-General 😀 very good series.
I wrote and book report about SS-General 😀 very good series.
UncleVanya from United Kingdom wrote on 29/03/2016 at 10:45:
I was in the British Army during the 1960s and was stationed in West Germany for a number of years, near Krefeld. I found the Sven Hazzel book very exciting, and all the books he published were well ready by comrades in barracks.
I was in the British Army during the 1960s and was stationed in West Germany for a number of years, near Krefeld. I found the Sven Hazzel book very exciting, and all the books he published were well ready by comrades in barracks.
Nemes Marius from Romania wrote on 04/03/2016 at 20:40:
It's my favorite writer and i think one of the best in the entire world, a incredible adventure a ,life story very well writed. i discovered sven hasesel whit wheels of terror (blindatele morti) 🙂
It's my favorite writer and i think one of the best in the entire world, a incredible adventure a ,life story very well writed. i discovered sven hasesel whit wheels of terror (blindatele morti) 🙂
Bouriaud Victor from Romania wrote on 29/02/2016 at 17:02:
I simply love Sven Hassel's novels and I am emotioned by all the sad things he got through. It has awakened my interest. If you happen to know how the rest of the group ended the war, where and when they ended, please let me know.
I simply love Sven Hassel's novels and I am emotioned by all the sad things he got through. It has awakened my interest. If you happen to know how the rest of the group ended the war, where and when they ended, please let me know.
Robert young from Australia wrote on 28/02/2016 at 13:19:
One of the best, long may they all be remembered, those that died, those that survived.
One of the best, long may they all be remembered, those that died, those that survived.
jack from england wrote on 23/02/2016 at 14:27:
first read monte cassino and wheels of terror as a young man in the 1970s-that started me on a life-long love of Sven's writing.in ruhe mit deine kameraden liegen, herr Hassel.
first read monte cassino and wheels of terror as a young man in the 1970s-that started me on a life-long love of Sven's writing.in ruhe mit deine kameraden liegen, herr Hassel.
Paul Davey from Jersey UK wrote on 12/02/2016 at 21:07:
What can I say that has not aready been said about these great books. I now have them on kindle. Many have experienced what he had but none have managed to put it in words that effect an old soldier like myself. R.I.P. Sven
What can I say that has not aready been said about these great books. I now have them on kindle. Many have experienced what he had but none have managed to put it in words that effect an old soldier like myself. R.I.P. Sven

 

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