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Speller Spellerone

from Deep South

wrote on 09/11/2017 at 17:25:
I was 12 the first fime that I met with a Sven's book. Today I received a present: another book. Well, life is short.
I was 12 the first fime that I met with a Sven's book. Today I received a present: another book. Well, life is short.
Eleanor

from United Kingdom

wrote on 29/10/2017 at 22:36:
As a young woman in The Womans Royal Army Corp back in 1976 I used to rd a few of his novels . Blitzkrieg was one . Remember the Russians and the tanks . I was only 18 but it brings back memory
As a young woman in The Womans Royal Army Corp back in 1976 I used to rd a few of his novels . Blitzkrieg was one . Remember the Russians and the tanks . I was only 18 but it brings back memory
Martin Habich

from ?zech Republik

wrote on 21/10/2017 at 21:55:
great books, I've been back to them for over 10 years.
great books, I've been back to them for over 10 years.
Adolf Heidler

from South Africa

wrote on 06/10/2017 at 12:46:
....Oh, and my best story was when Porta and Herr Krimminalrat had the argument about the stolen coffee beans..... hilarious!
....Oh, and my best story was when Porta and Herr Krimminalrat had the argument about the stolen coffee beans..... hilarious!
Adolf Heidler

from South Africa

wrote on 06/10/2017 at 12:39:
I read my first Sven Hassel book at the age of 14 (1975). They were not read in order. I read them as I obtained them from 2nd hand book stores. Words fail me to explain how his writings influenced and cultivated my interest in WW2. It filled me with
I read my first Sven Hassel book at the age of 14 (1975). They were not read in order. I read them as I obtained them from 2nd hand book stores. Words fail me to explain how his writings influenced and cultivated my interest in WW2. It filled me with
Fito

from Spain

wrote on 29/09/2017 at 20:35:
Great books!
Great books!
Domenic Antonuccio

from Australia

wrote on 06/09/2017 at 04:28:
I have collected and read all the 14 books while i was serv ing in the navy.Amazing reading and so truthfull. thank you for sharing the part of your life , the brutality and survival instinct that coe in any war.A must read for all politicians all over th
I have collected and read all the 14 books while i was serv ing in the navy.Amazing reading and so truthfull. thank you for sharing the part of your life , the brutality and survival instinct that coe in any war.A must read for all politicians all over th
Leif Andersen


wrote on 03/09/2017 at 19:49:
Vielen Dank Herr Hassel für Ihre tolle Bücher. Ich habe sie alle gelesen und war sehr erfreut sie sehr viel. Ruhe im Frieden tapferer Deutsche Soldat.
Vielen Dank Herr Hassel für Ihre tolle Bücher. Ich habe sie alle gelesen und war sehr erfreut sie sehr viel.
Ruhe im Frieden tapferer Deutsche Soldat.
Sofiane Redouane weilland

from France

wrote on 24/08/2017 at 02:57:
Très bon romans Sven dommage que je n'ai pus avoir une dédicace ta bercé mon enfance et grâce a toi j'ai servi au 8 ème GC a witliche en Allemagne avec les allemand t'avais raison l'armée et une grande famille
Très bon romans Sven dommage que je n'ai pus avoir une dédicace ta bercé mon enfance et grâce a toi j'ai servi au 8 ème GC a witliche en Allemagne avec les allemand t'avais raison l'armée et une grande famille
Patrick M. Collins

from Canada

wrote on 22/08/2017 at 18:20:
Please sent a manuscript to Quentin Tarantino he could make any of Sven's books into a masterpiece. Thanks.
Please sent a manuscript to Quentin Tarantino he could make any of Sven's books into a masterpiece.

Thanks.

james fear

from england

wrote on 18/08/2017 at 02:26:
I first read these amazing books when I was 16, I'm now 62. no other novels can compare to the apparent realism, impact and effect that these books have had on me, thank you Sven.
I first read these amazing books when I was 16, I'm now 62. no other novels can compare to the apparent realism, impact and effect that these books have had on me, thank you Sven.
Fausto

from Italy

wrote on 09/08/2017 at 17:49:
Sven, only two words: Thanks You!
Sven, only two words: Thanks You!
Mark Barber

from England

wrote on 08/08/2017 at 14:40:
Thanks Sven. Every book is a treat even on the 2nd or 3rd read. I feel that I know you personally. R.I.P. mate.
Thanks Sven. Every book is a treat even on the 2nd or 3rd read. I feel that I know you personally. R.I.P. mate.
Shane Williams

from Australia

wrote on 24/07/2017 at 05:33:
I read a few books back in yhe 80s love them Thank you for a gread read
I read a few books back in yhe 80s love them
Thank you for a gread read
John O' Mahony

from Ireland

wrote on 24/07/2017 at 03:05:
The sign of a good book being being able to read it over & over again. I have all Sven's books & they never fail to entertain & to educate. Any story of the dental forceps, drinking or banqueting are always good, again & again.
The sign of a good book being being able to read it over & over again. I have all Sven's books & they never fail to entertain & to educate. Any story of the dental forceps, drinking or banqueting are always good, again & again.
Fausto

from Italy

wrote on 08/07/2017 at 10:47:
A big Ciao! From Italy dear Sven for You and Your Family
A big Ciao! From Italy dear Sven for You and Your Family
kangabill9

from Australia

wrote on 25/06/2017 at 03:14:
I have all 14 books and want to read them again, but I have got the order of the story between books mixed up.Regardless of the order they are listed in the covers of the books, QUESTION: What is the date/order of the story in each book so I can read the
I have all 14 books and want to read them again, but I have got the order of the story between books mixed up.Regardless of the order they are listed in the covers of the books, QUESTION:

What is the date/order of the story in each book so I can read the

Sergiu

from Romania

wrote on 12/06/2017 at 09:24:
all of Sven's books are masterpieces. Rest in peace kamaradwn of my mind and fears, you made me be a better man... Peace!
all of Sven's books are masterpieces. Rest in peace kamaradwn of my mind and fears, you made me be a better man... Peace!
Andy Smith

from UK

wrote on 11/06/2017 at 22:14:
U have collected all of he Sven Hassel books, and have thoroughly enjoyed reading them over and over again. Currently re reading SS General again (one of my favourites) fingers crossed the missing 15th title will one day be printed.
U have collected all of he Sven Hassel books, and have thoroughly enjoyed reading them over and over again. Currently re reading SS General again (one of my favourites) fingers crossed the missing 15th title will one day be printed.
robert murphy

from Ireland

wrote on 09/06/2017 at 14:38:
this is the second time i have started reading the series. Absolutely enthralling,from the first book to the last.What an insight it gives into the lives of ordinary German citizens caught up in this slaughter. Soldiers, families, innocents, all sacrifice
this is the second time i have started reading the series. Absolutely enthralling,from the first book to the last.What an insight it gives into the lives of ordinary German citizens caught up in this slaughter. Soldiers, families, innocents, all sacrifice
Markus

from Größbrittanen

wrote on 01/06/2017 at 19:35:
I started to read Sven`s books when I was a child.I still have them all.it's just come to my attention that sadly sven passed away in 2012.a great shame as we will have no more of the world class books that he shared with us.he is now in Valhalla with alt
I started to read Sven`s books when I was a child.I still have them all.it's just come to my attention that sadly sven passed away in 2012.a great shame as we will have no more of the world class books that he shared with us.he is now in Valhalla with alt
Florin

from Romania

wrote on 19/05/2017 at 23:56:
I think this books must read it by evryone ,even an require reading, so evrybody know what war means and hopefully never by an other one.
I think this books must read it by evryone ,even an require reading, so evrybody know what war means and hopefully never by an other one.
Jamie

from England

wrote on 17/05/2017 at 15:21:
I Have always been a fan, The books tells the true stories of war, Pain, Horror fear, death and friendship, Its a sad loss to the world, For those who are interested in the medals and badges of WWII I would look at www.thirdreichmedals.com where you can s
I Have always been a fan, The books tells the true stories of war, Pain, Horror fear, death and friendship, Its a sad loss to the world,
For those who are interested in the medals and badges of WWII I would look at www.thirdreichmedals.com where you can s
hans

from netherlands

wrote on 17/05/2017 at 09:50:
i started reading Sven Hassel just this spring. What is the right order of reading? In dutch Wikipedia there is another line of titles than on this site. Are the titles on historical foolowup on the site?
i started reading Sven Hassel just this spring. What is the right order of reading? In dutch Wikipedia there is another line of titles than on this site. Are the titles on historical foolowup on the site?
Alexandru

from Romania

wrote on 08/05/2017 at 02:00:
Hei,my name is Alexandru and i am a big fan of Sven Hassel's books,i cryed several times because he gaved me some very beautiful memoriei.if anyone have more photos with 27 th disciplinar panzer regiment,please let us know and if you can send me via emai
Hei,my name is Alexandru and i am a big fan of Sven Hassel's books,i cryed several times because he gaved me some very beautiful memoriei.if anyone have more photos with 27 th disciplinar panzer regiment,please let us know and if you can send me via emai
Stephen King

from Australia

wrote on 29/04/2017 at 05:30:
Strangly when I saw the movie , ' Wheels Of Terror ' none of the actors looked how I imagined the real life Characters to be , Except the actor who played Sven !!
Strangly when I saw the movie , ' Wheels Of Terror ' none of the actors looked how I imagined the real life Characters to be , Except the actor who played Sven !!
Stephen King

from Australia

wrote on 29/04/2017 at 05:24:
Hassels books were fantastic reading !! , Love his hand to hand combat insights , Must have been an agonizing journey !!
Hassels books were fantastic reading !! , Love his hand to hand combat insights , Must have been an agonizing journey !!
Geoff

from Switzerland

wrote on 28/04/2017 at 12:32:
I read most of his books when I was younger and no want to buy them again. Where can I buy them in Switzerland and in English? Great books Thanks
I read most of his books when I was younger and no want to buy them again. Where can I buy them in Switzerland and in English?
Great books
Thanks
Ted Heath

from New Zealand

wrote on 23/04/2017 at 09:32:
Loved the books read them in the eighties, since bought the whole collection from trademe (NZ eBAY). I persuaded a female christian flatmate to read one and she loved it.
Loved the books read them in the eighties, since bought the whole collection from trademe (NZ eBAY).
I persuaded a female christian flatmate to read one and she loved it.
Nicolae

from UK

wrote on 22/04/2017 at 20:10:
I red all the books several times and Sven is my favourite author followed by James Clawel and Stephen King. My favourite book of his is Gestapo. I love the dark humour and i adore the characters.
I red all the books several times and Sven is my favourite author followed by James Clawel and Stephen King. My favourite book of his is Gestapo. I love the dark humour and i adore the characters.
Jul Moons

from Belgium

wrote on 22/04/2017 at 18:24:
ik zoek nog enkele titels van Sven
ik zoek nog enkele titels van Sven
Ian Thorburn

from United Kingdom

wrote on 21/04/2017 at 11:19:
I read all his books at the boarding school I attended as a child, I not only read them I learnt from them, I fought in the first gulf war with a tank group, a year later I found myself on the eastern front of slavonia fighting chetniks and the JNA on foo
I read all his books at the boarding school I attended as a child, I not only read them I learnt from them, I fought in the first gulf war with a tank group, a year later I found myself on the eastern front of slavonia fighting chetniks and the JNA on foo
Leif Andersen

from Sweden/US

wrote on 01/04/2017 at 15:27:
I have read just about all of Sven's books ( Swedish language version) and still have them all. It's a great mix of very funny stuff as well as serious things that took place. I enjoyed reading very much. Well done Mr. Hassel and Ruhe in Frieden.
I have read just about all of Sven's books ( Swedish language version) and still have them all. It's a great mix of very funny stuff as well as serious things that took place. I enjoyed reading very much. Well done Mr. Hassel and Ruhe in Frieden.
Martin

from England

wrote on 01/04/2017 at 12:42:
Started reading my dad's copies of Sven's books in the mid 80s as a child. I'm 38 now and still read them regularly. Sven Hassel is my favourite author and Porta is probably my favourite character of all time.
Started reading my dad's copies of Sven's books in the mid 80s as a child. I'm 38 now and still read them regularly. Sven Hassel is my favourite author and Porta is probably my favourite character of all time.
Julius Compart

from Mexico

wrote on 28/03/2017 at 06:51:
Me han gustado mucho el libro la Legión de los condenados,es una pena Sven Hanssel, ya no este en este plano terrenal,Dios lo tenga en su gloria.Es muy bueno que sus libros estén, ya en formato digital México es casi imposible conseguirlos de otra manera,
Me han gustado mucho el libro la Legión de los condenados,es una pena Sven Hanssel, ya no este en este plano terrenal,Dios lo tenga en su gloria.Es muy bueno que sus libros estén, ya en formato digital México es casi imposible conseguirlos de otra manera,
Sergio Da Mommio

from Argentina

wrote on 15/03/2017 at 23:39:
Tus libros me hacen caminar al lado de la seccion del viejo.gracias por haber escrito asi.
Tus libros me hacen caminar al lado de la seccion del viejo.gracias por haber escrito asi.
Luigi Amato

from Italia

wrote on 15/03/2017 at 00:40:
Un grandissimo scrittore. Il miglior autore di romanzi di guerra di tutti i tempi.
Un grandissimo scrittore. Il miglior autore di romanzi di guerra di tutti i tempi.
Mike

from USA

wrote on 13/03/2017 at 23:43:
Needed something different than historical book and found these novels. I purchased all 14. I read SS General first and completed in less than a week. Very realistic. I cannot wait to start the next one!
Needed something different than historical book and found these novels. I purchased all 14. I read SS General first and completed in less than a week. Very realistic. I cannot wait to start the next one!
Chris Scargill

from United Kingdom

wrote on 03/03/2017 at 06:38:
I,m steadily re reading my way through the series once again. At the time of writing I,ve just finished Assignment Gestapo. I,m slowly but surely adding them all to my Kindle library. Next up Monte Cassino. Best wishes to you all wherever you are. Chris.
I,m steadily re reading my way through the series once again. At the time of writing I,ve just finished Assignment Gestapo. I,m slowly but surely adding them all to my Kindle library. Next up Monte Cassino. Best wishes to you all wherever you are. Chris.
Pete

from UK

wrote on 16/02/2017 at 20:27:
In the photo gallery there's two glaring errors. No 1. Sven on PIII in Donetz, Ukraine. The vehicle in the photo is a Sturmgeschütz IV. No 2. The tank labelled as a Panzer IV is actually a Panzer III.
In the photo gallery there's two glaring errors. No 1. Sven on PIII in Donetz, Ukraine. The vehicle in the photo is a Sturmgeschütz IV. No 2. The tank labelled as a Panzer IV is actually a Panzer III.
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.
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
Gary dennis

from England

wrote on 11/02/2016 at 17:28:
Genius works of art!
Genius works of art!
Bogdan Adrian

from Romania

wrote on 11/02/2016 at 01:35:
He made me laugh,cry,proud or ashamed...best books ever read in my life. God rest his soul
He made me laugh,cry,proud or ashamed...best books ever read in my life. God rest his soul
Dave Glenn

from USA

wrote on 10/02/2016 at 20:30:
I have just finished my third read in the series. I am reading a book about every thre to four days can not put them down. Incredible insight into the WWII. Oh the carnage, horrible times, but captured to the max in Sven's books thanks for making the e
I have just finished my third read in the series. I am reading a book about every thre to four days can not put them down. Incredible insight into the WWII. Oh the carnage, horrible times, but captured to the max in Sven's books thanks for making the e
Michael McDonnell

from England

wrote on 08/02/2016 at 23:19:
I have all 14 of Sven's books. I first bought Legion of the Damned in hardback from Readers Digest. I loved it so much that I eventually got all 14 of his books. I have read them scores of times over the past 40 years and still find them enthralling.
I have all 14 of Sven's books. I first bought Legion of the Damned in hardback from Readers Digest. I loved it so much that I eventually got all 14 of his books. I have read them scores of times over the past 40 years and still find them enthralling.
ismael dos santos

from south africa

wrote on 06/02/2016 at 15:38:
just love his books red them over and over again. thank you sven for hours of reading pleasure
just love his books
red them over and over again. thank you sven for hours of reading pleasure
Aleksandra

from Finland

wrote on 02/02/2016 at 19:03:
I've read most of the Sven's books and I love them.They show the true form of war. I think the best parts in these books are the characters. Almost everytime when I'm reading these books in public places, someone asks me why my aged GIRL is reading
I've read most of the Sven's books and I love them.They show the true form of war. I think the best parts in these books are the characters.
Almost everytime when I'm reading these books in public places, someone asks me why my aged GIRL is reading
Alan

from UK

wrote on 17/01/2016 at 20:51:
Is there a list available anywhere of the translators who did the english versions?
Is there a list available anywhere of the translators who did the english versions?
Mike

from USA

wrote on 15/01/2016 at 21:43:
I found an old copy of The Beast Regiment at a local thrift store - what a lucky find! I was highly impressed with it - Sven's writing per chapter is full of adventure and comedy though notwithstanding the shock and horror of combat. At the moment I'm wra
I found an old copy of The Beast Regiment at a local thrift store - what a lucky find!
I was highly impressed with it - Sven's writing per chapter is full of adventure and comedy though notwithstanding the shock and horror of combat. At the moment I'm wra
Gary Ayre

from United Kingdom

wrote on 14/01/2016 at 10:21:
in 1980 i was in a remand home in blyth, newcastle were i read all of his books and which helped me keep from going insane however, I had no idea then that the characters were real and fact based till today. rest in peace Sven Hassel with deep gratitude
in 1980 i was in a remand home in blyth, newcastle were i read all of his books and which helped me keep from going insane however, I had no idea then that the characters were real and fact based till today.
rest in peace Sven Hassel with deep gratitude
Lee Davis

from UK

wrote on 13/01/2016 at 19:46:
Re-reading all these books after nearly 25 years. RIP Sven,and hoping the unfinished last novel will be published.
Re-reading all these books after nearly 25 years.
RIP Sven,and hoping the unfinished last novel will be published.
søren christensen

from denmark

wrote on 11/01/2016 at 13:07:
I a former panzer soldier (danish) is a great fan of Sven Hazel, I admire him for those great books and love to read them again and again. greatings to all readers of Sven Hazels books.
I a former panzer soldier (danish) is a great fan of Sven Hazel, I admire him for those great books and love to read them again and again. greatings to all readers of Sven Hazels books.
Juliánusz Németh

from Hungary

wrote on 11/01/2016 at 01:06:
My favourite author, RIP. I read his books again again 🙂
My favourite author, RIP. I read his books again again 🙂
Alan Middleton

from Australia

wrote on 06/01/2016 at 10:27:
Just finished reading them all again for the 3rd time. Bummer he never got to finish the 15th book. RIP Sven and the crew
Just finished reading them all again for the 3rd time. Bummer he never got to finish the 15th book. RIP Sven and the crew
Matt Knight

from England

wrote on 04/01/2016 at 20:19:
An excellent author with a unique writing style, should be compulsory reading for all young men.
An excellent author with a unique writing style, should be compulsory reading for all young men.
Timo Tuohimaa

from Suomi Finland

wrote on 20/12/2015 at 17:15:
Hasselin kirjat vakuuttaa sodan brutaalisesta puolesta. Hän kertoo myös Suomen sodasta
Hasselin kirjat vakuuttaa sodan brutaalisesta puolesta. Hän kertoo myös Suomen sodasta
mark taha

from britain

wrote on 14/12/2015 at 17:23:
Pity Major Mike didn't appear in more than one book.
Pity Major Mike didn't appear in more than one book.
Coco Moll

from Romania

wrote on 13/12/2015 at 20:26:
It makes me feel like I was close to Sven in his life spend in war. This books are a must have in any home. RIP Sven
It makes me feel like I was close to Sven in his life spend in war. This books are a must have in any home. RIP Sven
David hartless

from Canada

wrote on 08/12/2015 at 02:01:
Started reading these books as a youth growing up in England and loved them back then. When I came to Canada I had to leave them behind but have since collected all of them again due to their Impact.
Started reading these books as a youth growing up in England and loved them back then. When I came to Canada I had to leave them behind but have since collected all of them again due to their Impact.
Pawara Siriwardane

from Sri Lanka

wrote on 30/11/2015 at 18:59:
I was able to read the book legion of damend.it's a great novel i've read. i love it's raw language used. then i was able to read the next book wheel of terror. as it says i was really terrible. but i belive each and every letter in that book reveals the
I was able to read the book legion of damend.it's a great novel i've read. i love it's raw language used. then i was able to read the next book wheel of terror. as it says i was really terrible. but i belive each and every letter in that book reveals the
Jarno Palander

from Finland

wrote on 30/11/2015 at 14:07:
Nice!!
Nice!!
Dougie Quinn

from Scotland

wrote on 19/11/2015 at 21:18:
I enjoyed reading the books as a teenager and still re-read them now.
I enjoyed reading the books as a teenager and still re-read them now.
Mark Jenner

from UK

wrote on 16/11/2015 at 22:55:
First read all the books 40yrs ago. I have just re-read them and appreciate the sentiment behind the story so much more. A classic set of books I could not be without.
First read all the books 40yrs ago. I have just re-read them and appreciate the sentiment behind the story so much more. A classic set of books I could not be without.
Howard Johnston

from United Kingdom

wrote on 09/11/2015 at 14:43:
I read a great many of the books as a teenager in the 1970s. I am now catching up on those I missed and have introduced them to my own teenage son (who has been studying the Russian Front at school in history). I seriously think all 14 books (and the 15th
I read a great many of the books as a teenager in the 1970s. I am now catching up on those I missed and have introduced them to my own teenage son (who has been studying the Russian Front at school in history). I seriously think all 14 books (and the 15th
Dookie

from Czech Republic

wrote on 08/11/2015 at 20:35:
I'm a big fan of literary novels like Farewell to Arms, Painted Bird. 'All Quiet on the Western Front,' is touted as the great German perspective war novel, but Legion of the Damned was much better. This is a book you can read at in any point in time and
I'm a big fan of literary novels like Farewell to Arms, Painted Bird. 'All Quiet on the Western Front,' is touted as the great German perspective war novel, but Legion of the Damned was much better. This is a book you can read at in any point in time and
stanley hatfield

from usa

wrote on 06/11/2015 at 20:32:
read my first one while in the navy in 1973.liked it so much i bought several more and loved every one of them.lost them all over time,and now i am about to retire,so i am going to buy them all again
read my first one while in the navy in 1973.liked it so much i bought several more and loved every one of them.lost them all over time,and now i am about to retire,so i am going to buy them all again
Darren Grant-lloyd

from Australia

wrote on 01/11/2015 at 07:55:
Wow! I read these books as a kid and they gave me the taste for history that most other sources gloss and tart over. thank you for an insight into an interpretation of history. This is a tribute to horrors, that, sadly, politics appeals to reproach. May
Wow! I read these books as a kid and they gave me the taste for history that most other sources gloss and tart over. thank you for an insight into an interpretation of history. This is a tribute to horrors, that, sadly, politics appeals to reproach. May
Kobus Erasmus

from South Africa

wrote on 27/10/2015 at 15:33:
Read his books in 1971 and could not stop until I have read all his books. Bought a complete set of his books recently and read all again. It is the best books about WW2 you can find and stunning reading.
Read his books in 1971 and could not stop until I have read all his books. Bought a complete set of his books recently and read all again. It is the best books about WW2 you can find and stunning reading.
Richard Meunier

from Canada

wrote on 17/10/2015 at 22:34:
Quelle erreur d'avoir choisi Diego pour Wheels of terror. Aucune connaissance des uniformes, équipement ou matériel. Les personnages de Hassel méritent mieux que des sales gueules patibulaires toujours cigarettes au bec. Les dessins sont trop glauques et
Quelle erreur d'avoir choisi Diego pour Wheels of terror. Aucune connaissance des uniformes, équipement ou matériel. Les personnages de Hassel méritent mieux que des sales gueules patibulaires toujours cigarettes au bec. Les dessins sont trop glauques et
Paul Kidd

from Australia

wrote on 07/10/2015 at 05:37:
I've spent my life as a professional author, and these wonderful books are one of things that most inspired me. Sven Hassel's wonderful storytelling style, his grasp of action, his delightful grasp of humour and larceny stay with me always! These are abs
I've spent my life as a professional author, and these wonderful books are one of things that most inspired me. Sven Hassel's wonderful storytelling style, his grasp of action, his delightful grasp of humour and larceny stay with me always!

These are abs

Phil VAUGHAN

from United Kingdom

wrote on 06/10/2015 at 14:20:
Sven HASSLE books are a fantastic read. I started reading them in the 70s when I was in the ARMY. The books would be passed around several times within the platoon. I have now started to read them again on my KINDLE. Just great reads. Thank you. Phil
Sven HASSLE books are a fantastic read. I started reading them in the 70s when I was in the ARMY. The books would be passed around several times within the platoon. I have now started to read them again on my KINDLE. Just great reads.
Thank you.
Phil
FelixTheBear030


wrote on 26/09/2015 at 23:24:
P.S. His books are through the GREATEST i have ever read and i don't believe i will stop way too soon.
P.S. His books are through the GREATEST i have ever read and i don't believe i will stop way too soon.
FelixTheBear030

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2015 at 23:21:
Hello. I am 17,and I started reading Sven Hassel's books more than a year ago.Even if they don't seem way too realistic accurate,I believe the books MUST be read by as many people as possible,to show that wars are good for nothing,and actually they must b
Hello.
I am 17,and I started reading Sven Hassel's books more than a year ago.Even if they don't seem way too realistic accurate,I believe the books MUST be read by as many people as possible,to show that wars are good for nothing,and actually they must b
Michael

from Spain

wrote on 26/09/2015 at 19:44:
Now 3 years since Sven passed away, missing him!
Now 3 years since Sven passed away, missing him!
Mark Bardell


wrote on 19/09/2015 at 07:55:
Excellent reading. Why do others have to lambast Mr Hassel over his past? Personally I think they should have just let it go, leaving this talented writer to get on with the job. Lots of people who came through the pre war and war years left things behind
Excellent reading. Why do others have to lambast Mr Hassel over his past? Personally I think they should have just let it go, leaving this talented writer to get on with the job.
Lots of people who came through the pre war and war years left things behind
Alex

from Sweden

wrote on 10/09/2015 at 13:46:
Sven Hassel is my absolute favourite author. If not because of his brutal, un-censured writing, then for the chance of seeing the face on the man at the library when asking if they've got any Sve Hassel works in. 🙂
Sven Hassel is my absolute favourite author.
If not because of his brutal, un-censured writing, then for the chance of seeing the face on the man at the library when asking if they've got any Sve Hassel works in. 🙂
Tom

from England

wrote on 06/09/2015 at 22:55:
Also a massive lover of the series. Had to make do with an incomplete collection my dad had and whatever I could find at charity shops. Just finished Bloody Road to Death and have Wheels of Terror arriving this week.
Also a massive lover of the series. Had to make do with an incomplete collection my dad had and whatever I could find at charity shops. Just finished Bloody Road to Death and have Wheels of Terror arriving this week.
Trond Haugen

from Norway

wrote on 02/09/2015 at 21:57:
My father told me that I should read 'weels of terror'A great book with lots of humor he said. And so I did. This was in 1984, and now I have read all of his books...several times. Sven Hazel is absolutely my favorite author. I heard some rumour that they
My father told me that I should read 'weels of terror'A great book with lots of humor he said. And so I did. This was in 1984, and now I have read all of his books...several times. Sven Hazel is absolutely my favorite author. I heard some rumour that they
John

from England

wrote on 10/08/2015 at 22:47:
as a teenager,asked my father if I could read these books. Yes he said, I think you should.I now cannot put tools away without first cleaning them. These novels had a profound affect on me and am now resourcing them all.
as a teenager,asked my father if I could read these books. Yes he said, I think you should.I now cannot put tools away without first cleaning them.
These novels had a profound affect on me and am now resourcing them all.
jeff

from england

wrote on 04/08/2015 at 08:29:
the best books i have ever read
the best books i have ever read
graham

from canada

wrote on 01/08/2015 at 04:44:
first read these in the 60s back in England moved to Canada and packed the whole set still have them
first read these in the 60s back in England moved to Canada and packed the whole set still have them
ian paye

from United Kingdom

wrote on 31/07/2015 at 09:57:
I first started to purchase Sven's novels in the 60's and was mesmorised by his power of description and the combination of evil, violence, humour and comradeship etc. Just re-purchased them and look forward to many more enjoyable reading hours
I first started to purchase Sven's novels in the 60's and was mesmorised by his power of description and the combination of evil, violence, humour and comradeship etc.
Just re-purchased them and look forward to many more enjoyable reading hours
Dave

from UK

wrote on 30/07/2015 at 17:12:
I read the books of Sven Hassel after leaving the army from being injured in Iraq 2003, I immediately related the experiences as similar to my own, only similar as Sven's were undoubtedly far worse but the common theme was of suffering, heartache, comrade
I read the books of Sven Hassel after leaving the army from being injured in Iraq 2003, I immediately related the experiences as similar to my own, only similar as Sven's were undoubtedly far worse but the common theme was of suffering, heartache, comrade
NIGEL PASSEY

from United Kingdom

wrote on 16/07/2015 at 15:03:
Started reading the books when I was 15. I have recently re-purchase some of the books with the intention of having the complete collection. I have read and re-read the novels that I know what is going to happen next. Many stories have been written regard
Started reading the books when I was 15. I have recently re-purchase some of the books with the intention of having the complete collection. I have read and re-read the novels that I know what is going to happen next. Many stories have been written regard
Jim Gaves

from Canada

wrote on 11/07/2015 at 21:13:
This book should be read by all the youth of the world.
This book should be read by all the youth of the world.
Sean Hammond

from New Zealand

wrote on 08/07/2015 at 11:04:
tak for at tage sig tid til at skrive din underholdende og enthrawling fortællinger. I just love all his books . read them again and again. they always cheer me up . I love the humor and descriptions . Great characters .
tak for at tage sig tid til at skrive din underholdende og enthrawling fortællinger. I just love all his books . read them again and again. they always cheer me up . I love the humor and descriptions . Great characters .
Tim Marshall

from England

wrote on 04/07/2015 at 01:37:
Since being allowed to read Comrades Of War by my late father around 45 years ago I have read and re-read many of the books but not, funnily enough, Comrades of War which I have still to re-read. Whatever the truth about the authors past I have always enj
Since being allowed to read Comrades Of War by my late father around 45 years ago I have read and re-read many of the books but not, funnily enough, Comrades of War which I have still to re-read. Whatever the truth about the authors past I have always enj
Ian Milward

from England

wrote on 30/06/2015 at 23:58:
I remember finding a Sven Hassel book as a 5yr old and being fascinated by the cover. I later joined the Army & during my travels & postings reacquainted myself with Sven & the gang. Spending 9 years in Germany in places such as Paderborn, Sennelager, Ba
I remember finding a Sven Hassel book as a 5yr old and being fascinated by the cover. I later joined the Army & during my travels & postings reacquainted myself with Sven & the gang. Spending 9 years in Germany in places such as Paderborn, Sennelager, Ba
Oliver

from IRELAND

wrote on 30/06/2015 at 00:15:
I read these books with great enthuasism when I was a teenager,and about to reread them again,and am very much looking forward to them,thanks Sven,may you rest well with your comrades...
I read these books with great enthuasism when I was a teenager,and about to reread them again,and am very much looking forward to them,thanks Sven,may you rest well with your comrades...
Dee Foster

from England

wrote on 28/06/2015 at 22:56:
Been a fan of the books since the age of 14.
Been a fan of the books since the age of 14.
Peter

from Netherlands

wrote on 27/06/2015 at 12:05:
Will the commisar translated in Dutch? it is the only book which i havent read. I read the other books fot the second time with much respect and plesure. one thing: i shaw a picture from sven and the old man in the ardennes. But you write use that the old
Will the commisar translated in Dutch?
it is the only book which i havent read.
I read the other books fot the second time with much respect and plesure.
one thing: i shaw a picture from sven and the old man in the ardennes. But you write use that the old
Dora

from Hungary

wrote on 24/06/2015 at 16:11:
These are the best books ever written, they gave me truly unforgettable experiences. Thank you so much.
These are the best books ever written, they gave me truly unforgettable experiences. Thank you so much.
Steven Ellis

from england

wrote on 22/06/2015 at 14:44:
Just finished legion of the damned realy great book. starting wheels of terror as we speak
Just finished legion of the damned realy great book. starting wheels of terror as we speak
Stefano

from Italy

wrote on 22/06/2015 at 10:15:
Thanks Sven! I am now reading for the second time all your 14 books. I read 4 time Legion of Damned, 3 time Comrad of war and 2 time Wheels of terror.
Thanks Sven! I am now reading for the second time all your 14 books. I read 4 time Legion of Damned, 3 time Comrad of war and 2 time Wheels of terror.
Howard

from England

wrote on 18/06/2015 at 17:06:
Read most of the books in my teens & early twenties. But now in my sixties, I've stared reading them again....good reads
Read most of the books in my teens & early twenties.
But now in my sixties, I've stared reading them again....good reads
Aidan Mc Nally

from Ireland

wrote on 18/06/2015 at 04:17:
I never really liked reading novels until I read my first Sven Hassel book, after that I had to get the rest of the collection.
I never really liked reading novels until I read my first Sven Hassel book, after that I had to get the rest of the collection.
Crescenzo

from United States

wrote on 17/06/2015 at 20:05:
Thanks for the adventure Sven
Thanks for the adventure Sven
Ariel

from Colombia

wrote on 11/06/2015 at 16:16:
You big souls condemned by the ambition of lords of war, youll never die
You big souls condemned by the ambition of lords of war, youll never die
Antonio Milella

from Italia

wrote on 23/05/2015 at 20:15:
Ciao Sven, hai descritto per bene il cameratismo che si instaura tra chi divide tutto sotto le armi, io ho iniziato a leggerti durante il servizio militare e mi hai fatto compagnia per tutto quell' anno insegnandomi ad apprezzare i miei fratelli d' armi,
Ciao Sven, hai descritto per bene il cameratismo che si instaura tra chi divide tutto sotto le armi, io ho iniziato a leggerti durante il servizio militare e mi hai fatto compagnia per tutto quell' anno insegnandomi ad apprezzare i miei fratelli d' armi,
Mihai

from Romania

wrote on 19/05/2015 at 18:44:
Thank you Sven for sharing with the future generations the atrocities that you took part at. Thank you for showing us the other side of the war... where the real people were fighting and they died for nothing... for some flawed ideas and their idiotic lid
Thank you Sven for sharing with the future generations the atrocities that you took part at. Thank you for showing us the other side of the war... where the real people were fighting and they died for nothing... for some flawed ideas and their idiotic lid
Bogdan Florin Gon?

from Romania

wrote on 16/05/2015 at 17:22:
There are no words to describe the astonishment that overwhelms me. I can't believe how actual are some things about war, life and peace, even after 70 years. The 'other face of the war' was revealed. You motivated me to carry on! Thank you for your fight
There are no words to describe the astonishment that overwhelms me. I can't believe how actual are some things about war, life and peace, even after 70 years. The 'other face of the war' was revealed. You motivated me to carry on! Thank you for your fight
Jeff Elsom

from United Kingdom

wrote on 11/05/2015 at 23:44:
I am currently reading my sixth Sven book, and have 3 more lined up to read.His books are terrific.A very clear and powerful anti-war and anti-Nazi message, coupled with some of the most humorous writing I have ever encountered!A mix of fact and fiction t
I am currently reading my sixth Sven book, and have 3 more lined up to read.His books are terrific.A very clear and powerful anti-war and anti-Nazi message, coupled with some of the most humorous writing I have ever encountered!A mix of fact and fiction t
Ryan

from Australia

wrote on 11/05/2015 at 14:42:
Came upon my first Sven Hassel book (Assignment Gestapo) at the age of 17 when I visited the Australian War Memorial, ever since then I have collected them all and have read them numerous times, it was brilliant to read from the prospective of the average
Came upon my first Sven Hassel book (Assignment Gestapo) at the age of 17 when I visited the Australian War Memorial, ever since then I have collected them all and have read them numerous times, it was brilliant to read from the prospective of the average
Bryan Nepveu

from United States of America

wrote on 08/05/2015 at 23:17:
First read 'The Beast Regiment' in my late teens. 'Wheels of Terror' I found in a used book store. 'A shot in the Dark (Night?) is still my favorite chapter, followed by 'the Legionnaire', one of the Clown Princes. There is a third book whose title esca
First read 'The Beast Regiment' in my late teens. 'Wheels of Terror' I found in a used book store. 'A shot in the Dark (Night?) is still my favorite chapter, followed by 'the Legionnaire', one of the Clown Princes. There is a third book whose title esca
Rares Mantia

from Romania

wrote on 23/04/2015 at 19:49:
Hello! Swen is my favorite writer. I am sorry he past away. God reast his soul! He deservit.
Hello! Swen is my favorite writer. I am sorry he past away. God reast his soul! He deservit.
Fabio

from Italia

wrote on 17/04/2015 at 20:11:
cavoli....se mancano le tue storie... ricomincio a leggere tutta la mia collezione...grazie.
cavoli....se mancano le tue storie... ricomincio a leggere tutta la mia collezione...grazie.
michael rayner

from england

wrote on 16/04/2015 at 19:30:
Hi can anyone tell me how much a full set of sven hassel books will be and where i can buy them .
Hi can anyone tell me how much a full set of sven hassel books will be and where i can buy them .
derek brian

from great britain

wrote on 16/04/2015 at 18:13:
Hullo all,I started reading Svens books back in the early 70s,and I still have the full set. These books have helped me get through some dark times in my life.RIP Sven. Derek.
Hullo all,I started reading Svens books back in the early 70s,and I still have the full set. These books have helped me get through some dark times in my life.RIP Sven. Derek.
tom andrews

from ireland

wrote on 11/04/2015 at 18:48:
read all the books as early teenager. now rereading at 45 and enjoying them all over again
read all the books as early teenager.
now rereading at 45 and enjoying them all over again
Kaikos

from Spain

wrote on 24/03/2015 at 15:46:
I would like to know more.I read all the novels.Photos,Documents ,etc
I would like to know more.I read all the novels.Photos,Documents ,etc
mcansho

from glasgow,scotland

wrote on 24/03/2015 at 00:17:
fantastic set of books,read and reread over the years from the 70,s till present.bigger fanbase than people realise,books really bring reality of war to pages
fantastic set of books,read and reread over the years from the 70,s till present.bigger fanbase than people realise,books really bring reality of war to pages
Daniel

from Romania

wrote on 13/03/2015 at 07:38:
I plan on buying the whole series as a gift for my father 49th birthday. He always loved it and consequently, I love them too. Such a great author. And such a great job keeping his heritage alive. Best wishes!
I plan on buying the whole series as a gift for my father 49th birthday. He always loved it and consequently, I love them too.

Such a great author. And such a great job keeping his heritage alive.

Best wishes!

Robert(Bob) Allardyce

from Scotland

wrote on 11/03/2015 at 14:39:
I still have my original books from the 1970s and am about to re read them. Never tire of reading them
I still have my original books from the 1970s and am about to re read them. Never tire of reading them
Nige Evers

from UK

wrote on 23/02/2015 at 19:23:
discovered the books in my youth and returned a couple of years ago. It's a travesty that more haven't been filmed.
discovered the books in my youth and returned a couple of years ago. It's a travesty that more haven't been filmed.
Darryl William Saunders

from Australia

wrote on 19/02/2015 at 10:53:
Love these books. Just re brought my second full collection. Ready to read all again.
Love these books. Just re brought my second full collection. Ready to read all again.
Ante Kraljevi?

from Croatia

wrote on 02/02/2015 at 05:19:
Marko I know,I don't know why I wrote that way..Thank you for telling me for that movie.
Marko I know,I don't know why I wrote that way..Thank you for telling me for that movie.
D Davies

from Wales

wrote on 01/02/2015 at 01:16:
RIP Sven, hope your enjoying Porta's borscht.
RIP Sven, hope your enjoying Porta's borscht.
Karl Pitwon

from France

wrote on 30/01/2015 at 13:37:
R. I. P. Sven
R. I. P. Sven
Mehmet Çakar

from Turkey

wrote on 28/01/2015 at 19:08:
Thank you Sven for your novels. Rest in peace with your comrades. Me myself had been influenced deeply by your stories in childhood. I have developed a deep interest in armored warfare by your books. Also, I should mention that what makes our novels good
Thank you Sven for your novels. Rest in peace with your comrades. Me myself had been influenced deeply by your stories in childhood. I have developed a deep interest in armored warfare by your books. Also, I should mention that what makes our novels good
David Sayer

from Australia

wrote on 28/01/2015 at 11:42:
So sad to hear he has passed. I recently bought the entire reprint of all of his novels as my son's are so interested in the characters and it's a great way to show them the horrors of war for all nations without the'hollywood' gloss of the traditional id
So sad to hear he has passed. I recently bought the entire reprint of all of his novels as my son's are so interested in the characters and it's a great way to show them the horrors of war for all nations without the'hollywood' gloss of the traditional id
Marko

from Croatia

wrote on 28/01/2015 at 00:38:
Antiša, there is a movie ,) The Misfit Brigade http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093546/ Unfortunately Sven passed away in 2012.
Antiša,

there is a movie ,)

The Misfit Brigade
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093546/

Unfortunately Sven passed away in 2012.

Ante Kraljevi?

from Croatia

wrote on 27/01/2015 at 05:47:
I'm reading your books & I must say they are awesome.I hope someone will make a movie based on your experience.You are a great novelist.After everything you been through to stay alive,you must be tough man..Greetings!!!I'm sorry for my English.
I'm reading your books & I must say they are awesome.I hope someone will make a movie based on your experience.You are a great novelist.After everything you been through to stay alive,you must be tough man..Greetings!!!I'm sorry for my English.
Lance Vickers

from United Kingdom

wrote on 22/01/2015 at 23:11:
Have enjoyed all of his books over many years and am about to start to read them all over again, they are so real i can visualise the characters in each story and feel their pain anguish and elation.
Have enjoyed all of his books over many years and am about to start to read them all over again, they are so real i can visualise the characters in each story and feel their pain anguish and elation.
Phil

from All over the shop

wrote on 22/01/2015 at 02:51:
I've read them all, many times over the years. Once had the whole set of 1970s Corgi versions with the awesome cover art, which have since scattered to the four winds. About time a proper filmmaker got involved to tell these stories to a new audience. Pec
I've read them all, many times over the years. Once had the whole set of 1970s Corgi versions with the awesome cover art, which have since scattered to the four winds. About time a proper filmmaker got involved to tell these stories to a new audience. Pec
frederic beauvillain

from france

wrote on 21/01/2015 at 19:05:
I've been reading theese books since I was 15 years old and I still read them. I always find something to think about. I'm 55 years old today. I wish I'll read them once more in 20 years. je lis ces livres depuis que j'ai 15 ans, je les lis encore aujourd
I've been reading theese books since I was 15 years old and I still read them. I always find something to think about. I'm 55 years old today. I wish I'll read them once more in 20 years.
je lis ces livres depuis que j'ai 15 ans, je les lis encore aujourd
Andy Muir

from Scotland

wrote on 09/01/2015 at 08:55:
Read the books as a young man and reading them again 30 years later while working in Saudi Arabia.
Read the books as a young man and reading them again 30 years later while working in Saudi Arabia.
Fokke Zijlstra

from The Netherlands

wrote on 08/01/2015 at 22:35:
Read the Brooks a teenager, and used them as study material at school. My teacher thought i was to young. Now rereading the series on ebook and still loving them. Thnx for keeping this great author Alive.
Read the Brooks a teenager, and used them as study material at school. My teacher thought i was to young. Now rereading the series on ebook and still loving them. Thnx for keeping this great author Alive.
Carey

from UK

wrote on 04/01/2015 at 14:06:
Read the books as a teenager and now re-read them 40 years on. Brings a whole new perspective to life.
Read the books as a teenager and now re-read them 40 years on. Brings a whole new perspective to life.
Kurt Larsen

from Danmark

wrote on 30/12/2014 at 08:11:
Jeg har ,og har læst alle bøgerne fo mange år siden, men har dem på hylden endnu. Det dejlige ved måden Svend skriver på at man ud over at være i krig, også skal overleve. Det er jo ikke nemt hvis man skal finde en undskyldning for alt hvad DU gør
Jeg har ,og har læst alle bøgerne fo mange år siden, men har dem på hylden endnu. Det dejlige ved måden Svend skriver på at man ud over at være i krig, også skal overleve. Det er jo ikke nemt hvis man skal finde en undskyldning for alt hvad DU gør
Jeff

from England

wrote on 28/12/2014 at 16:54:
Look forward to reading The Glorious Defeat .It must have been terrible for ordinary German soldiers not knowing what had become of their families and facing imprisonment.
Look forward to reading The Glorious Defeat .It must have been terrible for ordinary German soldiers not knowing what had become of their families and facing imprisonment.
robert spencer

from england

wrote on 23/12/2014 at 21:17:
thank you i have read each book several times. makes you laugh then makes you cry. these are truly powerful insights into war in the raw. REST IN PEACE SIR.
thank you i have read each book several times. makes you laugh then makes you cry. these are truly powerful insights into war in the raw. REST IN PEACE SIR.
Neil Patterson

from England

wrote on 20/12/2014 at 12:19:
Great books, which I read years ago. Now my son has discovered them and I am going to read to read them all over again.
Great books, which I read years ago. Now my son has discovered them and I am going to read to read them all over again.
Janne Blomberg

from Finland

wrote on 15/12/2014 at 19:32:
Good books!
Good books!
Manuel Andrada

from Argentina

wrote on 14/12/2014 at 16:06:
Extraordinarios libros son atemporales retratan lo peor de nosotros y de ese infierno sin salida sale lo mejor que podemos dar como personas
Extraordinarios libros son atemporales retratan lo peor de nosotros y de ese infierno sin salida sale lo mejor que podemos dar como personas
Daniele Prevato

from Italy

wrote on 08/12/2014 at 09:59:
I've been reading all of the Sven Hassel's books for more than 40 years, and I read several times each of them. I know they are not historical books, but they are true based on the experience, and that's enough for me.
I've been reading all of the Sven Hassel's books for more than 40 years, and I read several times each of them. I know they are not historical books, but they are true based on the experience, and that's enough for me.
Rob Bestebreur

from Holland

wrote on 05/12/2014 at 17:47:
Great Books,I Read Them ALL
Great Books,I Read Them ALL
Paul Bernasconi

from France

wrote on 05/12/2014 at 12:51:
Great books. Read my first one about 30 years ago. I have read them all since. Great website too. Thank you all.
Great books. Read my first one about 30 years ago.
I have read them all since.
Great website too.
Thank you all.
Sean

from Ireland

wrote on 03/12/2014 at 00:08:
Great author. Thanks for the site .
Great author. Thanks for the site .
Emil

from Romania

wrote on 27/11/2014 at 22:15:
I have read several books written by him. He will be missed!
I have read several books written by him.
He will be missed!
John Adams

from United Kingdom

wrote on 27/11/2014 at 18:58:
Yet another fan! Got 'March Battalion!' for Christmas when I was 15 in 1970. Had to take my dog for a walk on Christmas Day, in the snowy Suffolk countryside, which soon became the Russian Front! Have just bought the Cassell edition on Amazon. Maybe it wi
Yet another fan! Got 'March Battalion!' for Christmas when I was 15 in 1970. Had to take my dog for a walk on Christmas Day, in the snowy Suffolk countryside, which soon became the Russian Front! Have just bought the Cassell edition on Amazon. Maybe it wi
Joe Brown

from Canada

wrote on 27/11/2014 at 00:40:
I first met sven Hassel and his family in 'Legion of The Damned' in a public library. I read 'Wheels of Terror' and saw the movie, which was just not 'based on a story by' but followed the novel quite faithfully. A truly great writer honorably mentioned i
I first met sven Hassel and his family in 'Legion of The Damned' in a public library. I read 'Wheels of Terror' and saw the movie, which was just not 'based on a story by' but followed the novel quite faithfully. A truly great writer honorably mentioned i
Stephen Black

from Scotland

wrote on 25/11/2014 at 21:41:
I have read Svens books since I was about 14 when my Dad used to give them to me. I have read them all over loads of times. Love all the characters, and never tire of the stories. A must read again and again
I have read Svens books since I was about 14 when my Dad used to give them to me. I have read them all over loads of times. Love all the characters, and never tire of the stories. A must read again and again
Ian T

from England

wrote on 22/11/2014 at 13:26:
Enjoy reading Sven's books since being a teenager (I am 50 now). Glad I came across this website, and especially pleased to see actual photo's of some of the books characters. Some of the photo's of tanks are labelled incorrectly - the 3rd from last is la
Enjoy reading Sven's books since being a teenager (I am 50 now). Glad I came across this website, and especially pleased to see actual photo's of some of the books characters. Some of the photo's of tanks are labelled incorrectly - the 3rd from last is la
John Hawkins

from England

wrote on 17/11/2014 at 13:48:
Started reading these books at 16 years of age (a long time ago now!!),, and have never tired of rereading them over and over again. Great characters in ferociously good stories, hugely recommended.
Started reading these books at 16 years of age (a long time ago now!!),, and have never tired of rereading them over and over again. Great characters in ferociously good stories, hugely recommended.
Alan Donald

from Scotland

wrote on 13/11/2014 at 16:25:
Since I was age 11 (21 years ago) I have read these books (given to me by my father) at least twice a year. Brilliant characters and brutal honesty make these the greatest books in history and make Sven Hassel my legend. I simply LOVE them. Sven told
Since I was age 11 (21 years ago) I have read these books (given to me by my father) at least twice a year.

Brilliant characters and brutal honesty make these the greatest books in history and make Sven Hassel my legend. I simply LOVE them.

Sven told

Bertus

from Australia

wrote on 09/11/2014 at 14:18:
Very well written books. I read my first SH book in 1976 in paper back, some 38 years later I am reading them again on my Amazon Kindle.These books are timeless and should be kept 'alive' as long as possible. Having been in the military in South Africa i
Very well written books. I read my first SH book in 1976 in paper back, some 38 years later I am reading them again on my Amazon Kindle.These books are timeless and should be kept 'alive' as long as possible.
Having been in the military in South Africa i
John Crossley

from England

wrote on 30/10/2014 at 13:34:
just reading the novels again since I was a teenager 35 years ago - still a great read
just reading the novels again since I was a teenager 35 years ago - still a great read
Tim Currie

from Canada

wrote on 29/10/2014 at 00:23:
Hi, I read a lot of Sven Hassel's books when I was a teenager, and loved them. My older brother was more of war history buff and they were his books. I just saw the movie 'Fury', and thought of Hassel's books out of the blue, I hadn't even thought of them
Hi, I read a lot of Sven Hassel's books when I was a teenager, and loved them. My older brother was more of war history buff and they were his books. I just saw the movie 'Fury', and thought of Hassel's books out of the blue, I hadn't even thought of them
Grigore Alexandru

from Romania

wrote on 28/10/2014 at 13:07:
Hi, Could you please send me some pictures with all characters( Tiny,Porta, Heide, Sven, Old Man).All the best.
Hi, Could you please send me some pictures with all characters( Tiny,Porta, Heide, Sven, Old Man).All the best.
enry porta sirignano

from usa

wrote on 26/10/2014 at 02:47:
s ven u are missed kameraden. r.i.p. from the 27th pzr
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ven u are missed kameraden. r.i.p. from the 27th pzr
Rick Dixon


wrote on 24/10/2014 at 16:05:
Hey! I've been reading Sven Hassel for years,and collecting his books, but still have a ways to go. Some of the best Eastern Front material out there!
Hey! I've been reading Sven Hassel for years,and collecting his books, but still have a ways to go. Some of the best Eastern Front material out there!
Eniko Ostafi

from España

wrote on 17/10/2014 at 19:06:
Great books. Hawe been reading this novels since my childhood. I remember my brother reading and laughing with tears...then i start reading too. salutare! bye bye!
Great books. Hawe been reading this novels since my childhood. I remember my brother reading and laughing with tears...then i start reading too.
salutare! bye bye!
marcus

from england

wrote on 08/10/2014 at 18:48:
Have been reading sh novels since childhood.I've read them all countless times and will read them countless more.very great pity there will be no more....Salut...
Have been reading sh novels since childhood.I've read them all countless times and will read them countless more.very great pity there will be no more....Salut...
Cristi

from Romania

wrote on 05/10/2014 at 00:07:
I have read all his book but I don't found in any book the final moment when the war is over and what happened with all the survivals heroes from his books. There is a chance to find this information in some booke of SH? Thanks
I have read all his book but I don't found in any book the final moment when the war is over and what happened with all the survivals heroes from his books.
There is a chance to find this information in some booke of SH?
Thanks
Jim

from Sweden

wrote on 01/10/2014 at 09:38:
Great Books that i have been reding all my Life. I am now in the process of buying them all again since my old ones are all read out. Thanks!
Great Books that i have been reding all my Life. I am now in the process of buying them all again since my old ones are all read out. Thanks!
Coman

from Romania

wrote on 28/09/2014 at 18:38:
Salutare !! Am inteles ca trebuie sa mai apara o carte de-a lui GLORIOUS DEFEAT stie cineva ceva despre ea cand apare ?? Va Salut !!
Salutare !! Am inteles ca trebuie sa mai apara o carte de-a lui GLORIOUS DEFEAT stie cineva ceva despre ea cand apare ?? Va Salut !!
victor soare Galati Romania

from România

wrote on 26/09/2014 at 15:24:
Toata stima si respectul pentru Sven Hassel Sa-ti fie tarana usoara si somnul dulce alaturi de camarazii tai cu care sunt sigur ca te-ai reantalnit. Thank you very much Sven.
Toata stima si respectul pentru Sven Hassel
Sa-ti fie tarana usoara si somnul dulce alaturi de camarazii tai cu care sunt sigur ca te-ai reantalnit.
Thank you very much Sven.
John Kane

from UK

wrote on 26/09/2014 at 07:14:
So glad that I found this site. Fantastic to finally put a face to Sven and his comrades who have been with me for over 30 years. Incredibly saddened to hear of Sven`s passing. I feel as if I have just lost a friend. Rest in peace. *Raises glass*
So glad that I found this site. Fantastic to finally put a face to Sven and his comrades who have been with me for over 30 years. Incredibly saddened to hear of Sven`s passing. I feel as if I have just lost a friend. Rest in peace. *Raises glass*
Chad

from Canada

wrote on 24/09/2014 at 16:14:
Since 1984 I've been reading Sven's books. I have read all of them once a year since. It always felt like I was part of the 27th group of friends and his books would take me away to another space and time while I was reading them. I hope one day they find
Since 1984 I've been reading Sven's books. I have read all of them once a year since. It always felt like I was part of the 27th group of friends and his books would take me away to another space and time while I was reading them. I hope one day they find
Claus E. Petersen

from Denmark

wrote on 21/09/2014 at 22:38:
You wrote books that had appeal to all 13 year old boys, with a moral message that didnt require a university degree to fathom. Strangely, the ones who had a degree hated you, but we loved the stories. Thanks. mvh. Claus E. Petersen
You wrote books that had appeal to all 13 year old boys, with a moral message that didnt require a university degree to fathom.
Strangely, the ones who had a degree hated you, but we loved the stories.
Thanks.

mvh. Claus E. Petersen

sue

from england

wrote on 12/09/2014 at 15:58:
absolutely brilliant, read when i was a teenager and rediscovered now that i am in my 50s, well worth a re-visit.
absolutely brilliant, read when i was a teenager and rediscovered now that i am in my 50s, well worth a re-visit.
jamie

from England

wrote on 08/09/2014 at 23:10:
The best anti War books around, Funny, sad, and tragic It shows the true nature of wars, For more research and Original items may I also suggest WWW.thirdreichmedals.com, it has a lot of original German WWII medals and badges for sale aswell as article o
The best anti War books around, Funny, sad, and tragic It shows the true nature of wars,
For more research and Original items may I also suggest WWW.thirdreichmedals.com, it has a lot of original German WWII medals and badges for sale aswell as article o
Gilvan

from Brazil

wrote on 25/08/2014 at 02:36:
Cheers from Brazil, here we have some comrades felt in the war too. Thanks for the site and info!
Cheers from Brazil, here we have some comrades felt in the war too. Thanks for the site and info!
Anda Sipos

from Romania

wrote on 24/08/2014 at 18:14:
I'm reading his books for the first time and I love them. Love the humor and the caracters.
I'm reading his books for the first time and I love them.
Love the humor and the caracters.
Joël FIODIERE

from France

wrote on 23/08/2014 at 22:57:
Depuis plus de 40 ans maintenant, je lis, et relis les livres de Sven Hassel, achetés plusieurs fois, car prêtés pour faire découvrir cet auteur et témoin de notre histoire, et jamais rendus. Merci de votre site, qui m'a permis de mettre un visage sur ceu
Depuis plus de 40 ans maintenant, je lis, et relis les livres de Sven Hassel, achetés plusieurs fois, car prêtés pour faire découvrir cet auteur et témoin de notre histoire, et jamais rendus. Merci de votre site, qui m'a permis de mettre un visage sur ceu
giles lewis

from England

wrote on 23/08/2014 at 16:53:
First read Sven's books when I was 13 - I'm still reading them now 30 years later. I almost want to fight on the Eastern Front - if it wasn't for all the violence... Two Russian soldiers died for every Axis soldier, I think, - it's a bit sad isn't it ?
First read Sven's books when I was 13 - I'm still reading them now 30 years later.
I almost want to fight on the Eastern Front - if it wasn't for all the violence...
Two Russian soldiers died for every Axis soldier, I think, - it's a bit sad isn't it ?
brendan gilmartin

from australia

wrote on 23/08/2014 at 06:23:
I have an autographed copy of ss general.my aunt used to work for the publishing company in Glasgow in the 70s and it was given to me because of my interest in the author and the books by him.it is for sale if anyone is interested, drop me a line.
I have an autographed copy of ss general.my aunt used to work for the publishing company in Glasgow in the 70s and it was given to me because of my interest in the author and the books by him.it is for sale if anyone is interested, drop me a line.
robert hillyer

from united kingdom

wrote on 19/08/2014 at 22:48:
I have read a couple of his books in the past and hope to collect. All 14 in the near future .He is my favourite author of all time.thank you.
I have read a couple of his books in the past and hope to collect. All 14 in the near future .He is my favourite author of all time.thank you.
Heinrich Smit

from South Africa

wrote on 14/08/2014 at 13:40:
I have discovered Sven's books in a Greek Café in Beaufort West when I was still a youngster and read each and everyone about 10 times.I've still got all of his books.Thanks for a writer like Sven who warned us against war although I was also in a war on
I have discovered Sven's books in a Greek Café in Beaufort West when I was still a youngster and read each and everyone about 10 times.I've still got all of his books.Thanks for a writer like Sven who warned us against war although I was also in a war on
Sam Gillan

from Scotland

wrote on 12/08/2014 at 01:07:
I am not really a great reader of books,but I can honestly say I have read every one of Svens books.....at least 10 times. I have a picture in my mind how all the characters looked like. I was fascinated to put a face to the pictures in the photo gallery.
I am not really a great reader of books,but I can honestly say I have read every one of Svens books.....at least 10 times. I have a picture in my mind how all the characters looked like. I was fascinated to put a face to the pictures in the photo gallery.
Eastern Front

from UK

wrote on 30/07/2014 at 21:55:
We are a Metal band from the U.K who write about WWII. The book 'Blitzfreeze' inspired us so much we wrote a song in honour of it. It's now been released on our new album via Candlelight Records.
We are a Metal band from the U.K who write about WWII. The book 'Blitzfreeze' inspired us so much we wrote a song in honour of it.
It's now been released on our new album via Candlelight Records.
Sly

from Poland

wrote on 20/07/2014 at 11:03:
Wow The best Author Ever !!!!!so colurfull heroes Tiny,Legionarie and my favourite Corporal Joseph Porta.
Wow The best Author Ever !!!!!so colurfull heroes Tiny,Legionarie and my favourite Corporal Joseph Porta.
dominik

from croatia

wrote on 17/07/2014 at 10:59:
does anyone knows the name of the Odin´s pig. is it 'golden brush'and it has belonged to Freya or is it called Saerimmer and it has belonged to Odin or something third??????????????(liquidate paris)
does anyone knows the name of the Odin´s pig. is it 'golden brush'and it has belonged to Freya or is it called Saerimmer and it has belonged to Odin or something third??????????????(liquidate paris)
ciprian

from Romania

wrote on 15/07/2014 at 12:35:
Hello from Europe's far east Romania. I'd like to congratulate you for this initiative, i think this is the best way to keep Sven's memory alive in today's modern civil society. I deeply regret that i couldn't obtain a signed book in romanian language fro
Hello from Europe's far east Romania. I'd like to congratulate you for this initiative, i think this is the best way to keep Sven's memory alive in today's modern civil society. I deeply regret that i couldn't obtain a signed book in romanian language fro
Steven Oakley

from Thailand

wrote on 09/07/2014 at 18:49:
I read my first novel of Svens when I was 14 after my father read them, I am now 52 and after the recent loss of my father I have started reading them all again. Great Memories.
I read my first novel of Svens when I was 14 after my father read them, I am now 52 and after the recent loss of my father I have started reading them all again. Great Memories.
Barry Geal

from England

wrote on 25/06/2014 at 08:18:
All the books I read are first account experiances of the German Soldier on the front line, a friend recommended Sven.H books to me, have only read 5 of them so far but boy, they are awesome, shame he is no longer with us, RIP Sven Hassel
All the books I read are first account experiances of the German Soldier on the front line, a friend recommended Sven.H books to me, have only read 5 of them so far but boy, they are awesome, shame he is no longer with us, RIP Sven Hassel
Orlando Illi

from United States

wrote on 11/06/2014 at 01:09:
I am a retired U.S. Army LTC and I find these novels well written and very realistic. I am a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and Hassels combat sequences are striking in their clarity and impact.
I am a retired U.S. Army LTC and I find these novels well written and very realistic. I am a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and Hassels combat sequences are striking in their clarity and impact.
Martin Persson

from Denmark

wrote on 10/06/2014 at 22:34:
Hej. Det ville være en stor skam hvis ikke at bog nr 15 ikke bliver skrevet færdig. Som i selv skriver er bog nr 15 den absolut sidste da den åbenbart handel om slaget om Berlin sidst dage og slutningen af 2 verdenskrig. Har alle han's bøger og nyder at l
Hej. Det ville være en stor skam hvis ikke at bog nr 15 ikke bliver skrevet færdig. Som i selv skriver er bog nr 15 den absolut sidste da den åbenbart handel om slaget om Berlin sidst dage og slutningen af 2 verdenskrig. Har alle han's bøger og nyder at l
Si

from UK

wrote on 06/06/2014 at 15:54:
Read then as a child, re-read as an Adult, still have the same effect, some highs & many lows. No matter what colour uniform, there are no winners in War. Sadly missed by many. Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.
Read then as a child, re-read as an Adult, still have the same effect, some highs & many lows. No matter what colour uniform, there are no winners in War. Sadly missed by many. Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.
Johan Hyson

from sverige

wrote on 31/05/2014 at 00:44:
Sven, du har betytt mycket för mej i min uppväxt, vila i frid broder.
Sven, du har betytt mycket för mej i min uppväxt, vila i frid broder.
boanca lucian

from romania

wrote on 24/05/2014 at 22:28:
Sunt un fan Sven Hassel, care si dupa 20 ani, citeste cartile cu aceeasi pasiune si care ii multumeste autorului ca a avut acesta putere de a scrie despre ororile razboiului....Stima mea
Sunt un fan Sven Hassel, care si dupa 20 ani, citeste cartile cu aceeasi pasiune si care ii multumeste autorului ca a avut acesta putere de a scrie despre ororile razboiului....Stima mea
mark

from uk

wrote on 23/05/2014 at 16:02:
read all this authors books,fantastic and gripping right from the first page.. r i p maestro
read all this authors books,fantastic and gripping right from the first page.. r i p maestro
Tim Chubb

from England

wrote on 20/05/2014 at 16:04:
I'm 52 now and I read most of Svens books when I was 13 or 14. I really became absorbed in the them. The hardships of war from ground level and the characters. haven't looked Sven up since but found this web site and just thought that I would add my words
I'm 52 now and I read most of Svens books when I was 13 or 14. I really became absorbed in the them. The hardships of war from ground level and the characters. haven't looked Sven up since but found this web site and just thought that I would add my words
Emiliano

from Italia

wrote on 20/05/2014 at 15:00:
bene' e 'male' viaggiano a braccetto con il coraggio vero Sven?
bene' e 'male' viaggiano a braccetto con il coraggio vero Sven?
hugh cooney

from Ireland

wrote on 18/05/2014 at 18:10:
No matter how many times i read the works of sven Hassel it is always fresh with each reading
No matter how many times i read the works of sven Hassel it is always fresh with each reading
steve harrod

from wales and now France

wrote on 16/05/2014 at 20:31:
I read all the books when younger (now 57), recently moved to France and found 3 in local library so now enjoying them for second time. He was a wonderful writer.
I read all the books when younger (now 57), recently moved to France and found 3 in local library so now enjoying them for second time. He was a wonderful writer.
Ken Moseley

from N.Ireland

wrote on 13/05/2014 at 12:53:
Just bought 10 titles for my Kobo, makes great bedtime reading.
Just bought 10 titles for my Kobo, makes great bedtime reading.
Jamie Crawford

from UK

wrote on 13/05/2014 at 11:43:
I think that alongside Remarque, and a couple of notable Vietnam vets, Sven wrote the most poignant and honest accounts of every facet of war. I've been re-reading his work since I was 12, and will do to the grave.
I think that alongside Remarque, and a couple of notable Vietnam vets, Sven wrote the most poignant and honest accounts of every facet of war. I've been re-reading his work since I was 12, and will do to the grave.
John Davies

from Australia

wrote on 13/05/2014 at 02:51:
The first book of Sven's I read was Monte Cassino, while I was doing a school research paper on the Italian Campaign. Afterwards, I realised I had to search for the other books he had listed, and bought, read and owned them all. He managed to infuse his c
The first book of Sven's I read was Monte Cassino, while I was doing a school research paper on the Italian Campaign. Afterwards, I realised I had to search for the other books he had listed, and bought, read and owned them all. He managed to infuse his c
Andrew Holloway

from South Africa

wrote on 12/05/2014 at 18:15:
A writer 1 in a 1000 Sven was. I have read and re-read his books and I find after reading his books other writers work pale when compared to Sven's work, so much so that I have lost interest in other writers. Sven was truly a great writer and his work wil
A writer 1 in a 1000 Sven was. I have read and re-read his books and I find after reading his books other writers work pale when compared to Sven's work, so much so that I have lost interest in other writers. Sven was truly a great writer and his work wil
Palamar Bogdan Alexandru

from Romania

wrote on 12/05/2014 at 18:06:
After reading Sven Hassel`s amazing books I realized that there were no good or bad sides in the war, just young boys that would rather drink and laugh together than kill each other ! May he rest in peace along with his comrades.
After reading Sven Hassel`s amazing books I realized that there were no good or bad sides in the war, just young boys that would rather drink and laugh together than kill each other ! May he rest in peace along with his comrades.
Peter O' Neill

from Ireland

wrote on 12/05/2014 at 17:49:
Just a note in appreciation, I am a published writer myself and I shall never forget my first encounter with Sven's books. Unforgettable reading encounter! Merci
Just a note in appreciation, I am a published writer myself and I shall never forget my first encounter with Sven's books. Unforgettable reading encounter! Merci
Lotzi

from ROMANIA

wrote on 09/05/2014 at 22:14:
thank you for all u'r journeys... my grandfather fought against the russians, may u both rest in peace !!
thank you for all u'r journeys...
my grandfather fought against the russians, may u both rest in peace !!
JEFF

from England

wrote on 07/05/2014 at 16:15:
A decent film should be made from one of the books,The Misfit Brigade is not very good.
A decent film should be made from one of the books,The Misfit Brigade is not very good.
Robert Smith

from New Zealand

wrote on 30/04/2014 at 09:43:
I'm turning 50 this year and still love to read Sven' books. I've lost count how many times I have re -read his books. Awesome story teller and history lessons from the past of people and places where incredible and horrible things took place. D
I'm turning 50 this year and still love to read Sven' books. I've lost count how many times I have re -read his books. Awesome story teller and history lessons from the past of people and places where incredible and horrible things took place. D
domink

from croatia

wrote on 25/04/2014 at 21:16:
i'm 16 years old and i've heard of hassel and his novels about 3 weeks ago.'Till than i was reading novels from Jack London, ZANE Grey and Karl May.Ilove history, especially ww2 and sven attracted me immediatlly. He is now my favourite writer.i have red
i'm 16 years old and i've heard of hassel and his novels
about 3 weeks ago.'Till than i was reading novels from Jack London, ZANE Grey and Karl May.Ilove history, especially ww2 and sven attracted me immediatlly. He is now my favourite writer.i have red
Richard

from Scotland

wrote on 24/04/2014 at 18:53:
I grew up in a military family and have read and re-read all Svens books. Been reading them since I was twelve. The books are brutal, tragic, comic. Tis good that Sven lived to tell us all his stories
I grew up in a military family and have read and re-read all Svens books. Been reading them since I was twelve. The books are brutal, tragic, comic. Tis good that Sven lived to tell us all his stories
paul from england

from england

wrote on 14/04/2014 at 20:21:
Read all your books many times, love the characters sad to hear of your passing . Hope to see your books made in to movies soon , here's to all those born in 1917.
Read all your books many times, love the characters sad to hear of your passing . Hope to see your books made in to movies soon , here's to all those born in 1917.
Cornel Mihalache

from Romania

wrote on 10/04/2014 at 21:50:
Hello! Please replace your 'to the Offical' from the headers of the webpages. I'm glade to sign in your GuestBook and I like so much your website. I'm sad to when I remember that Sven isn't anymore. I'm sorry Sven! Now you're in Walhalla.
Hello! Please replace your 'to the Offical' from the headers of the webpages. I'm glade to sign in your GuestBook and I like so much your website. I'm sad to when I remember that Sven isn't anymore. I'm sorry Sven! Now you're in Walhalla.
jamie

from England

wrote on 07/04/2014 at 18:15:
Some of the best anti war propaganda books ever written, Like Blackadder these books will go down in history to shows the folly of war, and man dominating man to his injury, Sorry to hear he is now deceased, For those interested in original world war tw
Some of the best anti war propaganda books ever written, Like Blackadder these books will go down in history to shows the folly of war, and man dominating man to his injury, Sorry to hear he is now deceased, For those interested in original world war tw
Mauro

from Italy

wrote on 03/04/2014 at 21:25:
hello. all the books are great. Read many times. rip sven and all his friends.
hello. all the books are great. Read many times. rip sven and all his friends.
Alessio

from Italy

wrote on 03/04/2014 at 13:25:
Hello to all. My grandfather and my 'uncles' who fought in the Italian army, on almost all fronts, from Italian to Russian. Read books Hassel, leads me on those fields with them again. Beautiful. Thanks Sven.
Hello to all. My grandfather and my 'uncles' who fought in the Italian army, on almost all fronts, from Italian to Russian. Read books Hassel, leads me on those fields with them again. Beautiful. Thanks Sven.
zah julien

from Romania

wrote on 31/03/2014 at 00:30:
My granfather was in WWII at Stlingrad. Sven Hassel we are lucky that we have your books!
My granfather was in WWII at Stlingrad. Sven Hassel we are lucky that we have your books!
BKLI

from ROMANIA

wrote on 30/03/2014 at 21:18:
best books ever...R.I.P. SVEN
best books ever...R.I.P. SVEN
C?t?lin

from Romania

wrote on 26/03/2014 at 15:31:
My first book was Gestapo. One of the best war author!
My first book was Gestapo.
One of the best war author!
Bill Firth

from USA

wrote on 25/03/2014 at 15:48:
I first read some of these stories when I was in high school. Recently found the author on the internet and am now re-reading all of them.
I first read some of these stories when I was in high school. Recently found the author on the internet and am now re-reading all of them.
gerardo giampaolo

from argentina

wrote on 24/03/2014 at 15:20:
My books when I´m wass a teenager. I loved those novels and share it with some good friends. Oh the good old times! Sven was a great writer.
My books when I´m wass a teenager. I loved those novels and share it with some good friends. Oh the good old times! Sven was a great writer.
Ari Härkönen

from sweden

wrote on 18/03/2014 at 20:10:
Thank you Sven the best books i ever read
Thank you Sven the best books i ever read
Jaroslaw Wolicki

from Poland

wrote on 18/03/2014 at 11:23:
Sven ... just THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!
Sven ... just THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!
Adrian S

from Romania

wrote on 17/03/2014 at 14:38:
Thanks for your great books and stories. I growth with Sven's novels under my pillow. Great novelist. Rest In Peace Sven Hassel. Thank You
Thanks for your great books and stories.
I growth with Sven's novels under my pillow.
Great novelist.
Rest In Peace Sven Hassel.
Thank You
miguel rosales

from mexico

wrote on 11/03/2014 at 03:19:
Hola a todos, me resulta gratificante leer a sven hassel maestro de la narrativa,descriptor del mundo bizarro de la guerra al mismo tiempo de los sentimientos mas profundos del ser humano lo vamos a echar de menos,escritor de fantasia o bien excombatiente
Hola a todos, me resulta gratificante leer a sven hassel maestro de la narrativa,descriptor del mundo bizarro de la guerra al mismo tiempo de los sentimientos mas profundos del ser humano lo vamos a echar de menos,escritor de fantasia o bien excombatiente
Tony

from England

wrote on 09/03/2014 at 12:44:
Rest in peace Sven. Your novels, enriched with incredible characters, struggling against the hardships and horrors of war, deeply entertained and educated a generation. Timelss stories interwoven with historical data. An amazing author. Thank you.
Rest in peace Sven. Your novels, enriched with incredible characters, struggling against the hardships and horrors of war, deeply entertained and educated a generation. Timelss stories interwoven with historical data. An amazing author. Thank you.
César

from España

wrote on 09/03/2014 at 01:57:
Lamento no haber podido decirtelo en persona, tus novelas me engancharon a la lectura hace ya mas de 30 años, reí y lloré con ellas, con tus relatos descubrí lo absurdo de las guerras y, al mismo tiempo, el espíritu de camaradería y la amistad. Que la ti
Lamento no haber podido decirtelo en persona, tus novelas me engancharon a la lectura hace ya mas de 30 años, reí y lloré con ellas, con tus relatos descubrí lo absurdo de las guerras y, al mismo tiempo, el espíritu de camaradería y la amistad.
Que la ti
Wilhelm

from Deutschland

wrote on 05/03/2014 at 23:33:
Got all his books while in US many years ago. Loved every single one of them. Rest easy, Herr Hassel.
Got all his books while in US many years ago. Loved every single one of them. Rest easy, Herr Hassel.
Paul Millard

from England

wrote on 05/03/2014 at 19:28:
I read all his books over and over again except Legion Of The Dammed which I think spoils the rest.They are the funniest books ever written and the most humane.My wife is now in love with them too .I will take mine to the grave.
I read all his books over and over again except Legion Of The Dammed which I think spoils the rest.They are the funniest books ever written and the most humane.My wife is now in love with them too .I will take mine to the grave.
dorian

from romania

wrote on 05/03/2014 at 06:03:
We love you Sven
We love you Sven
Ronald

from holland

wrote on 03/03/2014 at 18:24:
So much respect for Sven and his comrades. They also were a victim of the nazi regime! Sven made me realize that not all German soldiers where bad.
So much respect for Sven and his comrades.
They also were a victim of the nazi regime!
Sven made me realize that not all German soldiers where bad.
Keith

from Australia

wrote on 02/03/2014 at 01:31:
So sad to hear when Sven passed away. Through his books he shared his life and camaraderie with all peace loving people. To all who have ever served in any conflict - peace be to you. Thanks Sven
So sad to hear when Sven passed away. Through his books he shared his life and camaraderie with all peace loving people. To all who have ever served in any conflict - peace be to you.
Thanks Sven
Yankee

from United States

wrote on 24/02/2014 at 21:52:
Grew up with Sven, Porta, Tiny, the Legionnarie, and the Old Man. We have a little of each of those lads in all of us. Rest in peace, Hassel, you've earned it.
Grew up with Sven, Porta, Tiny, the Legionnarie, and the Old Man. We have a little of each of those lads in all of us. Rest in peace, Hassel, you've earned it.
michele

from italy

wrote on 27/01/2014 at 14:53:
è stato il migliore amico,compagno, educatore della mia adolescenza. mi dispiace tantissimo per la Sua recente scomparsa- ancora oggi dopo tanti anni è un piacere leggere i suoi romanzi.Ora dal Paradiso può scherzare con i compagni di tutta una vita e leg
è stato il migliore amico,compagno, educatore della mia adolescenza. mi dispiace tantissimo per la Sua recente scomparsa- ancora oggi dopo tanti anni è un piacere leggere i suoi romanzi.Ora dal Paradiso può scherzare con i compagni di tutta una vita e leg
Yves Boies

from Canada

wrote on 23/01/2014 at 03:25:
I had read all his books at least 9 times. I swear. I think I'll read again before I die. Made me laugh. Made me cry. But how much I loved all those guys. Thanks for his sharing! May he rest in peace.
I had read all his books at least 9 times. I swear.

I think I'll read again before I die.

Made me laugh. Made me cry. But how much I loved all those guys.

Thanks for his sharing!

May he rest in peace.

juan carlos

from españa

wrote on 20/01/2014 at 23:33:
Tus novelas de guerra me dan sosiego y ella mejor que ninguna otra me transporta a la II Guerra Mundial. ¿Quien te iba a decir que vivirias más de 90 años?. Ve en paz a reunirte con os tuyos
Tus novelas de guerra me dan sosiego y ella mejor que ninguna otra me transporta a la II Guerra Mundial. ¿Quien te iba a decir que vivirias más de 90 años?. Ve en paz a reunirte con os tuyos
Sven Zimmermann

from New Zealand

wrote on 20/01/2014 at 08:45:
I read all your boos right through my teens and early twenties and they helped define my appreciation for the ordinary German Landser. It really helped sharing a common name when growing up in a country where there were very few friends. I loved your book
I read all your boos right through my teens and early twenties and they helped define my appreciation for the ordinary German Landser. It really helped sharing a common name when growing up in a country where there were very few friends. I loved your book
Mauro

from Italia

wrote on 17/01/2014 at 13:27:
Dear Sven you'll be always in my heart. I read first book 35 years ago and...continue to read yet Thanks for letting us understand the enormity of the war and we did making us laugh with Porta, The Old Man and all the other friends. R.I.P. Sven
Dear Sven
you'll be always in my heart.
I read first book 35 years ago and...continue to read yet
Thanks for letting us understand the enormity of the war and we did making us laugh with Porta, The Old Man and all the other friends. R.I.P. Sven
carl smith

from united kingdom

wrote on 14/01/2014 at 19:48:
i have read all of the books by sven and i often re-read them, and will continue to do so for many years to come. The first book i read was wheels of terror that i brought for 20p from a charity shop,and 25yrs later at the age of 37 I still love to read t
i have read all of the books by sven and i often re-read them, and will continue to do so for many years to come. The first book i read was wheels of terror that i brought for 20p from a charity shop,and 25yrs later at the age of 37 I still love to read t
alan booker

from United Kingdom

wrote on 11/01/2014 at 09:06:
Grew up with Sven and his mates and now I grow old with them, never ever tire of re-reading their adventures. May you rest in peace Sven Hassel and thank you for a lifetime's adventures.
Grew up with Sven and his mates and now I grow old with them, never ever tire of re-reading their adventures. May you rest in peace Sven Hassel and thank you for a lifetime's adventures.
andrea

from italia

wrote on 09/01/2014 at 22:34:
Riposa in pace assieme al Vecchio, Porta, Barcelona e a tutti i ragazzi caduti. Grazie Sven
Riposa in pace assieme al Vecchio, Porta, Barcelona e a tutti i ragazzi caduti. Grazie Sven
Pierre Fayard

from France

wrote on 05/01/2014 at 07:01:
I am passionate about military history and I must admit that among my many readings, Sven Hassel books are with those of Jean Mabire (a French author) among the most realistic and exciting to read. Each page is a real plunge into the reality of war.
I am passionate about military history and I must admit that among my many readings, Sven Hassel books are with those of Jean Mabire (a French author) among the most realistic and exciting to read. Each page is a real plunge into the reality of war.
Manuel Narvaez

from Mexico

wrote on 02/01/2014 at 06:46:
I love those books! I read them over and over again, and i made some modelism tanks and caracters based in the books, specially based in Obergrefreiter by the mercy of good, Joseph Porta
I love those books! I read them over and over again, and i made some modelism tanks and caracters based in the books, specially based in Obergrefreiter by the mercy of good, Joseph Porta
Richard Carter

from England

wrote on 27/12/2013 at 18:20:
I first came across Legion of the Dammed in 1972 and found it fascinating. I quickly read all the subsequent as they became available until I had read them all. These were the most enjoyable books about a terrible war that I ever read. Sven's writing styl
I first came across Legion of the Dammed in 1972 and found it fascinating. I quickly read all the subsequent as they became available until I had read them all. These were the most enjoyable books about a terrible war that I ever read. Sven's writing styl
Richard Carter

from England

wrote on 27/12/2013 at 18:16:
I first cane across Legion of the Dammed in 1972 and found it fascinating. I quickly read all the rest as they became available until I had read them all. These were the most enjoyable books about a terrible war that I ever read. Sven's writing style and
I first cane across Legion of the Dammed in 1972 and found it fascinating. I quickly read all the rest as they became available until I had read them all. These were the most enjoyable books about a terrible war that I ever read. Sven's writing style and
chris scargill

from england

wrote on 19/12/2013 at 23:24:
A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all Sven Hassel fans.I just love to keep rereading the books.All the best to you all. Chris
A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all Sven Hassel fans.I just love to keep rereading the books.All the best to you all. Chris
Eddie

from Denmark

wrote on 17/12/2013 at 21:11:
Outstanding books! Simply some of the best books iøve had in my hands. I really hope they will come as soundbooks/audiobooks. It would be a gift to mankind.. PLEEEEASE MAKE SOUNDBOOKS!!!!!!! Greetings from Denmark.
Outstanding books!
Simply some of the best books iøve had in my hands.
I really hope they will come as soundbooks/audiobooks.
It would be a gift to mankind..
PLEEEEASE MAKE SOUNDBOOKS!!!!!!!
Greetings from Denmark.
Nic Quaedvlieg

from Netherlands

wrote on 17/12/2013 at 14:22:
The best writer ever ! Never there will be a person who can write about WW2 in his way. It should be a lesson in life for everybody. Rest in peace Sven
The best writer ever !
Never there will be a person who can write about WW2 in his way. It should be a lesson in life for everybody.

Rest in peace Sven

Daniel Gavriliuc

from Romania

wrote on 17/12/2013 at 00:40:
As long as it is read will live, Dear Sven ...
As long as it is read will live, Dear Sven ...
William Taylor

from Scotland

wrote on 16/12/2013 at 21:38:
RIP Sven
RIP Sven
Ivan

from Croatia

wrote on 13/12/2013 at 13:08:
I have read many WWII and WWI novels in the last few years, but none of them can be compared to Sven Hassel's books. His novels are special - his storytelling is excellent, and the way he combines the brutality of the war with his merciful and humane frie
I have read many WWII and WWI novels in the last few years, but none of them can be compared to Sven Hassel's books. His novels are special - his storytelling is excellent, and the way he combines the brutality of the war with his merciful and humane frie
Scott Rooney

from England

wrote on 28/11/2013 at 02:34:
Sad to hear of Sven,s death,I read his all his books over the last 25 years and felt like i new him..Hope you are with your comrades now and thank you for reminding this world of the madness and horrors that war is,Let us all not forget the men women and
Sad to hear of Sven,s death,I read his all his books over the last 25 years and felt like i new him..Hope you are with your comrades now and thank you for reminding this world of the madness and horrors that war is,Let us all not forget the men women and
matthew gill

from England

wrote on 24/11/2013 at 13:05:
Big fan of Sven for years, sad to hear of his death hope he is at peace, his books has inspired me to write of my own experiences of the Iraq war of which I served as an infantry soldier.
Big fan of Sven for years, sad to hear of his death hope he is at peace, his books has inspired me to write of my own experiences of the Iraq war of which I served as an infantry soldier.
Sonja

from Canada

wrote on 23/11/2013 at 02:42:
Does anyone know what happened to the real Porta?
Does anyone know what happened to the real Porta?
Russ Brennan

from New Zealand

wrote on 23/11/2013 at 01:06:
I enjoyed these books many years ago and they still hold a firm place the memories of my growing up. Many thanks.
I enjoyed these books many years ago and they still hold a firm place the memories of my growing up. Many thanks.
Ronnie

from Scotland

wrote on 19/11/2013 at 07:36:
Sad to hear of Sven's death on this website. I've been reading and enjoyed his books for 40 years and still have all the original paperbacks. I enjoyed reading of his very eventful life and seeing photos of him during and after the war - Re-united with hi
Sad to hear of Sven's death on this website. I've been reading and enjoyed his books for 40 years and still have all the original paperbacks. I enjoyed reading of his very eventful life and seeing photos of him during and after the war - Re-united with hi
Cristian Pamfiloiu

from Canada

wrote on 15/11/2013 at 02:00:
Sven, I read with great pleasure your books. No matter if all your stories are true or not, I want to thank you for your message: 'WAR IS STUPID!' Wherever you are (heaven or hell), I'm sure you will find your old friends. Eventually, one day I'd just p
Sven,

I read with great pleasure your books. No matter if all your stories are true or not, I want to thank you for your message: 'WAR IS STUPID!'

Wherever you are (heaven or hell), I'm sure you will find your old friends. Eventually, one day I'd just p

robert layton

from england

wrote on 14/11/2013 at 14:12:
was sad to hear about svens, death this year a great loss to reading
was sad to hear about svens, death this year a great loss to reading
Graeme

from Britain

wrote on 13/11/2013 at 20:59:
I learnt of Sven's death earlier this year. This is the one author, which has influenced my thinking on war and on politics more than any other. I first heard of his books from a workmate over 30 years ago and have read the majority of his books. They are
I learnt of Sven's death earlier this year. This is the one author, which has influenced my thinking on war and on politics more than any other. I first heard of his books from a workmate over 30 years ago and have read the majority of his books. They are
Loz Cox

from England

wrote on 11/11/2013 at 22:41:
Was sad to hear of Sven's demise, im talking as if i know him personally, after 35yrs of re-reading his novels i think i do...in the words of the Little Legionnaire 'Bon chance Sven, cest la guerre mon ami'
Was sad to hear of Sven's demise, im talking as if i know him personally, after 35yrs of re-reading his novels i think i do...in the words of the Little Legionnaire 'Bon chance Sven, cest la guerre mon ami'
Barry Lane

from South Africa

wrote on 06/11/2013 at 15:16:
Today, I was reminded of the many hours of pleasure obtained many years ago reading every Sven Hassel book I could on which I could lay my hands. It brought back great memories. Sad to discover that Sven has passed on. Trust he has reaquaited himself with
Today, I was reminded of the many hours of pleasure obtained many years ago reading every Sven Hassel book I could on which I could lay my hands. It brought back great memories. Sad to discover that Sven has passed on. Trust he has reaquaited himself with
david

from England

wrote on 05/11/2013 at 11:55:
Truly fantastic and well written books, that provided an insight into Comradeship and personal warmth in war. Sven was a truly great writer, and my personal favourites were 'Reign of hell, 'Wheels of terror' and 'SS general' The man will be sadly missed a
Truly fantastic and well written books, that provided an insight into Comradeship and personal warmth in war. Sven was a truly great writer, and my personal favourites were 'Reign of hell, 'Wheels of terror' and 'SS general' The man will be sadly missed a
cors

from netherlands

wrote on 03/11/2013 at 13:05:
hello, this comment is from a dutchman. i have been reading and re-reading hassels books since i was twelve years old. Sven knows what he is telling. the best thing in the world? a good comrade!
hello, this comment is from a dutchman. i have been reading and re-reading hassels books since i was twelve years old. Sven knows what he is telling. the best thing in the world? a good comrade!
Ben

from Uk

wrote on 02/11/2013 at 19:07:
Fantastic books, each and everyone a joy to read. I have been a Hassel fan since being introduced in my early teens by my Dad, also an avid reader, and twenty years on i enjoy each book as much as i did first time round. Thank you Sven, may you rest in p
Fantastic books, each and everyone a joy to read.
I have been a Hassel fan since being introduced in my early teens by my Dad, also an avid reader, and twenty years on i enjoy each book as much as i did first time round. Thank you Sven, may you rest in p
JohnH

from Ireland

wrote on 01/11/2013 at 14:03:
The belief in comradeship no matter what the circumstances. I've read the series many times but I love nothing better than putting them away for a few years and rediscovering them again when once I start I can't put them down. I also recommend a book call
The belief in comradeship no matter what the circumstances. I've read the series many times but I love nothing better than putting them away for a few years and rediscovering them again when once I start I can't put them down. I also recommend a book call
SteChap

from GB

wrote on 26/10/2013 at 00:49:
The Bloody Road To Death was the first one in 1976, collected and read them all, lent them out, Now found only two in the attic. Enjoyable non stop reading, Favorate probably SS General, Great Ending. Thanks Sven.
The Bloody Road To Death was the first one in 1976, collected and read them all, lent them out, Now found only two in the attic. Enjoyable non stop reading, Favorate probably SS General, Great Ending. Thanks Sven.
Alessandro

from Italia

wrote on 24/10/2013 at 23:07:
Oggi, 24 Ottobre, ho nuovamente ripreso la lettura, ennesima volta, dell'intera collana.......si comincia con 'Maledetti da Dio'......sarà la quinta volta.......INEGUAGLIABILE SVEN!!! Salutami i ragazzi lassù!!!
Oggi, 24 Ottobre, ho nuovamente ripreso la lettura, ennesima volta, dell'intera collana.......si comincia con 'Maledetti da Dio'......sarà la quinta volta.......INEGUAGLIABILE SVEN!!! Salutami i ragazzi lassù!!!
Péter

from Hungary

wrote on 19/10/2013 at 20:24:
Unbelievable, that's why it had to be true. The Monte Cassino was the first novel about the WWII, what I have red, and was written by not an winner sight. It was amazing. There are very interesting characters, always happens something surprising. I can te
Unbelievable, that's why it had to be true. The Monte Cassino was the first novel about the WWII, what I have red, and was written by not an winner sight. It was amazing. There are very interesting characters, always happens something surprising. I can te
Victor Hugo Flores

from Mexico

wrote on 16/10/2013 at 17:37:
Descubrí a Sven Hassel en 1979 con la Legión de los Condenados y leí todos sus libros. Excelente narrador, de personajes entrañables. Su obra me fue importante en la escuela secundaria al ser de los autores que uno “adopta”. Tengo un ejemplar de Prisión G
Descubrí a Sven Hassel en 1979 con la Legión de los Condenados y leí todos sus libros. Excelente narrador, de personajes entrañables. Su obra me fue importante en la escuela secundaria al ser de los autores que uno “adopta”. Tengo un ejemplar de Prisión G
Vilim

from Croatia

wrote on 14/10/2013 at 20:26:
I'm on the 5th book,beeeeeesssstttt!!! 😀
I'm on the 5th book,beeeeeesssstttt!!! 😀
Jacopo Fainozzi Perini

from Italy

wrote on 10/10/2013 at 17:24:
I just knen this author a month ago...and I'm already at 4th book...can't stop to read them!! Thnaks Sven
I just knen this author a month ago...and I'm already at 4th book...can't stop to read them!!
Thnaks Sven
Hervé "N'RV"

from France

wrote on 10/10/2013 at 11:26:
Ma jeunesse a été bercée par les bouquins de Sven Hassel! Comment peut-on, après vous avoir lu, glorifier les totalitarismes, sous toutes ses formes? merci encore, et reposez en paix, vieux frère!!
Ma jeunesse a été bercée par les bouquins de Sven Hassel! Comment peut-on, après vous avoir lu, glorifier les totalitarismes, sous toutes ses formes? merci encore, et reposez en paix, vieux frère!!
Andrew

from UK

wrote on 05/10/2013 at 18:34:
Dear Sven - I know you are no longer with us but I want you to know how much I appreciate your books and how many times I have read them. Thank you for writing them.
Dear Sven - I know you are no longer with us but I want you to know how much I appreciate your books and how many times I have read them. Thank you for writing them.
Lawrence McGinley

from UK

wrote on 02/10/2013 at 11:06:
A huge part of my teenage years taught me much about life, death and man's inhumanity to man in the name of the fatherland, motherland, which ever land the politicians decree.
A huge part of my teenage years taught me much about life, death and man's inhumanity to man in the name of the fatherland, motherland, which ever land the politicians decree.
Steve

from Canada

wrote on 02/10/2013 at 02:37:
Thanks for the books. They were an important part of my teen years. Hello to the other SH fans!
Thanks for the books. They were an important part of my teen years. Hello to the other SH fans!
Fausto

from Italy

wrote on 27/09/2013 at 18:30:
Dear Sven thank you very much! I have readen and I will re- read your great novels forever!
Dear Sven thank you very much! I have readen and I will re- read your great novels forever!
Nelson

from Perú

wrote on 22/09/2013 at 04:57:
Descubrí a Sven Hassel casi de casualidad (1992), GESTAPO fue el primer libro que leí y quede prendado y desde ahi no de detuve hasta tener todos sus libros: UN GRAN ESCRITOR.A un año de su partida va mi emotivo saludo por el descanso de su alma...
Descubrí a Sven Hassel casi de casualidad (1992), GESTAPO fue el primer libro que leí y quede prendado y desde ahi no de detuve hasta tener todos sus libros: UN GRAN ESCRITOR.A un año de su partida va mi emotivo saludo por el descanso de su alma...
I C Manole

from Romania

wrote on 21/09/2013 at 21:03:
Today is one year since Sven no longer with us but, remained's books that continue to fill our emptiness in our souls. God rest his soul in peace.
Today is one year since Sven no longer with us but, remained's books that continue to fill our emptiness in our souls. God rest his soul in peace.
Ponovo

from Serbia

wrote on 20/09/2013 at 20:34:
Kao student citao sam Haselove knjige sa odusevljenjem...sada kao zreo covek cinim to ponovo sa istim zarom.Zao mi je sto nisu sve knjige iskoriscene kao scenario za snimiti filmove...jer i ovaj jedan koji je snimljen vrlo je rdjavog kvaliteta./Zoran Belg
Kao student citao sam Haselove knjige sa odusevljenjem...sada kao zreo covek cinim to ponovo sa istim zarom.Zao mi je sto nisu sve knjige iskoriscene kao scenario za snimiti filmove...jer i ovaj jedan koji je snimljen vrlo je rdjavog kvaliteta./Zoran Belg
Stefano

from Italia

wrote on 17/09/2013 at 11:52:
My name's Stefano but my friends call me Sten, quite like Sven! I've all 14 books and I read all, I like also the movie Die Galgenvogel-Wheels of terror. Thanks Sven my Dear friend Sven
My name's Stefano but my friends call me Sten, quite like Sven! I've all 14 books and I read all, I like also the movie Die Galgenvogel-Wheels of terror.
Thanks Sven my Dear friend Sven
Binzy

from UK

wrote on 12/09/2013 at 16:04:
I was heavily influenced by Sven's books in the early 70's. I served in BAOR in many of the places he mentions & have the greatest respect for a true soldier. Respect to you Sven. RIP
I was heavily influenced by Sven's books in the early 70's. I served in BAOR in many of the places he mentions & have the greatest respect for a true soldier. Respect to you Sven. RIP
Lauriz

from Norway

wrote on 09/09/2013 at 08:48:
These are the days when the life witnesses of the last war are disappearing, already parting our collective memory. Thanks to Sven, we can still vividly re-live the ordeals, sympathise with and understand the the men at the eastern front. His pen is the
These are the days when the life witnesses of the last war are disappearing, already parting our collective memory.
Thanks to Sven, we can still vividly re-live the ordeals, sympathise with and understand the the men at the eastern front.
His pen is the
Gianpaolo

from Italia

wrote on 06/09/2013 at 12:02:
Ho letto tutti i tuoi libri quando ero giovane ed ora a distanza di 30 anni me li stò rileggendo di nuovo !!! Grazie per oggi come per allora.....
Ho letto tutti i tuoi libri quando ero giovane ed ora a distanza di 30 anni me li stò rileggendo di nuovo !!!
Grazie per oggi come per allora.....
Juan Antonio Torres Marquez

from Peru

wrote on 05/09/2013 at 00:57:
Totalmente de acuerdo con los puntos de vista, tanto de Ernesto Purificacion (Uruguay) y Juan Manuel Segarra (Valencia-Espanha)... Un abrazo desde el Peru amigos !
Totalmente de acuerdo con los puntos de vista, tanto de Ernesto Purificacion (Uruguay) y Juan Manuel Segarra (Valencia-Espanha)... Un abrazo desde el Peru amigos !
richard brown

from Wales

wrote on 03/09/2013 at 11:49:
I first read these great books in the 80's and after visiting a shop last week found 12 of them for sale so bought them all. am just starting my favourite Reign of Hell and gonna work through them at random sad to see that Sven has passed but I guess he
I first read these great books in the 80's and after visiting a shop last week found 12 of them for sale so bought them all. am just starting my favourite Reign of Hell and gonna work through them at random
sad to see that Sven has passed but I guess he
Juan Antonio Torres Marquez

from Peru

wrote on 03/09/2013 at 07:45:
Sven and his comrades were part of my school life. Thank you for guiding me from my teenage years through my young boy years, to my adult life. My fiancee had got some books of him written in romanian, now they will be part of my life of a married man ! T
Sven and his comrades were part of my school life. Thank you for guiding me from my teenage years through my young boy years, to my adult life. My fiancee had got some books of him written in romanian, now they will be part of my life of a married man ! T
Tony

from England

wrote on 31/08/2013 at 20:51:
As a teenager in the 70's, I read his books countless times. Almost all the books I had at that time have been thrown out or given to charity shops, but I could never part with my Sven Hassell books, such was the impact they had on me. Farewell Sven.
As a teenager in the 70's, I read his books countless times. Almost all the books I had at that time have been thrown out or given to charity shops, but I could never part with my Sven Hassell books, such was the impact they had on me. Farewell Sven.
Luis

from Portugal

wrote on 26/08/2013 at 17:48:
I read today about the death of Sven Hassel. It is a sad news. He's my favorite writer. I read his first book in the 80's and since that I bought all of his work. His writing reflects a realism so deep, it's almost as if we live all the drama of war and w
I read today about the death of Sven Hassel. It is a sad news. He's my favorite writer. I read his first book in the 80's and since that I bought all of his work. His writing reflects a realism so deep, it's almost as if we live all the drama of war and w
Harald Beerens

from Netherlands

wrote on 26/08/2013 at 00:24:
Today I bought an old copy of the one Hassel-novel I did not own yet. Reason to leave a message here and remember the great impact the books had on me as a teenager. Now, I'm 52 but I never stopped reading them. Again and again and again...
Today I bought an old copy of the one Hassel-novel I did not own yet. Reason to leave a message here and remember the great impact the books had on me as a teenager. Now, I'm 52 but I never stopped reading them. Again and again and again...
Nigel Allen

from west front france

wrote on 18/08/2013 at 16:07:
Great reading, could almost smell the front and hear the sounds, came to life
Great reading, could almost smell the front and hear the sounds, came to life
Jim Kavanagh

from Ireland

wrote on 18/08/2013 at 13:58:
The only books I read as a teenager (late 70s), a mixture of saddeness, laughter ,history,there is no one today able to match this author.
The only books I read as a teenager (late 70s), a mixture of saddeness, laughter ,history,there is no one today able to match this author.
eugenio

from italy

wrote on 17/08/2013 at 15:04:
Side by side with E.M.Remarque you remembered us that, even if war is war, men are always men. Cannot thank you enough. Marco - Communist Comrade
Side by side with E.M.Remarque you remembered us that, even if war is war, men are always men. Cannot thank you enough. Marco - Communist Comrade
eugenio

from italy

wrote on 17/08/2013 at 14:56:
Thank you Sven. RIP
Thank you Sven. RIP
Shaun Pautz

from South Africa

wrote on 16/08/2013 at 21:39:
My uncle introduced me to Sven Hassel books n the mid 1980's. I have been a fan ever since and have read each book countless times. RIP Sven
My uncle introduced me to Sven Hassel books n the mid 1980's. I have been a fan ever since and have read each book countless times.

RIP Sven

Bob DeMarco

from USA

wrote on 16/08/2013 at 04:46:
I first read Sven's books while serving in the Foreign Legion in the early 90's. Some in French some in English. They were excellent but included special treats that could only be appreciated by a professional soldat
I first read Sven's books while serving in the Foreign Legion in the early 90's. Some in French some in English. They were excellent but included special treats that could only be appreciated by a professional soldat
Craig

from Canada

wrote on 15/08/2013 at 17:58:
I discovered Sven Hassel's books 35 years ago when in university. I read them all, and now have re-purchased them for my electronic library. My son has become a fan too. Great stories, great writing
I discovered Sven Hassel's books 35 years ago when in university. I read them all, and now have re-purchased them for my electronic library. My son has become a fan too. Great stories, great writing
David Speakman

from England

wrote on 11/08/2013 at 14:10:
I have read every book several times and never tire of Sven's style of writing. Sad to hear Sven passed away RIP Sven and thank you. My favourite was Comrades of war.
I have read every book several times and never tire of Sven's style of writing. Sad to hear Sven passed away RIP Sven and thank you.
My favourite was Comrades of war.
Bianca

from USA

wrote on 11/08/2013 at 08:14:
Hello...First, please just let me say that I am a big fan and love Sven's books!...Also, I'd love to know if it's possible to get copies of the paperbacks in the German language?...I've searched the internet and local bookstores, trying to get German copi
Hello...First, please just let me say that I am a big fan and love Sven's books!...Also, I'd love to know if it's possible to get copies of the paperbacks in the German language?...I've searched the internet and local bookstores, trying to get German copi
Ernesto Purificacion

from uruguay (sudamérica)

wrote on 07/08/2013 at 20:37:
Lamento que tremendo escritor nos abandonara y lo mas importante no es los que nos dejó sino todo lo que se llevó, lo descubrí en la década de los 80 y hasta hace unos meses atrás releí una de sus novelas guardadas como un tesoro y siguen tan vigentes com
Lamento que tremendo escritor nos abandonara y lo mas importante no es los que nos dejó sino todo lo que se llevó, lo descubrí en la década de los 80 y hasta hace unos meses atrás releí una de sus novelas guardadas como un tesoro y siguen tan vigentes com
Cor Bouma

from Australia

wrote on 06/08/2013 at 11:27:
i would like to know if 'The Glorious Defeat' is available to purchase, and if in the english language
i would like to know if 'The Glorious Defeat' is available to purchase, and if in the english language
Juan Manuel Segarra

from Valencia

wrote on 04/08/2013 at 19:32:
Valla por delante mi mas sentido pésame, Ahora ya están todos reunidos. Creo que lo mas mágico de las novelas de Haseel es que nadie sabe ni sabra nunca, donde empieza la ficción y donde termina. Nos vemos en Valhalla.
Valla por delante mi mas sentido pésame, Ahora ya están todos reunidos.
Creo que lo mas mágico de las novelas de Haseel es que nadie sabe ni sabra nunca, donde empieza la ficción y donde termina. Nos vemos en Valhalla.
Fernando

from España

wrote on 31/07/2013 at 21:02:
Lo siento mucho,he leído todos tus libros,ahora estarás con tus viejos camaradas.
Lo siento mucho,he leído todos tus libros,ahora estarás con tus viejos camaradas.
Stuart McConnell

from England

wrote on 27/07/2013 at 18:03:
Introduced to Wheels of Terror by my father in the 70's. Simply the best series of war books. Always looked for more books, sorry to have missed this marvelous author. Rest in peace
Introduced to Wheels of Terror by my father in the 70's. Simply the best series of war books.
Always looked for more books, sorry to have missed this marvelous author. Rest in peace
paul spencer

from australia

wrote on 24/07/2013 at 12:14:
I started reading your books back in the 70's to help pass the time on the trains. Who would have known that 40 years later I continue to read and enjoy your fictional war stories. Thank you for the experience. looking forawrd to the 15 book that you did
I started reading your books back in the 70's to help pass the time on the trains. Who would have known that 40 years later I continue to read and enjoy your fictional war stories. Thank you for the experience. looking forawrd to the 15 book that you did
Kevin Gomm

from Australia

wrote on 22/07/2013 at 14:22:
Sven Hassel may you rest in peace my friend R.I.P. You are the greatest. Love your books. Have them all. Will your last unfinished book ever be released?
Sven Hassel may you rest in peace my friend R.I.P. You are the greatest. Love your books. Have them all. Will your last unfinished book ever be released?
Alan Middleton

from Australia

wrote on 15/07/2013 at 10:51:
I was introduced to these books by an Australia Submariner. Have aquired the collection since and will not part with them. A MUST READ for readers of history (even thought they are fiction?) Up there with the Forgotten Soldier. Thanks Sven R.I.P Alan
I was introduced to these books by an Australia Submariner. Have aquired the collection since and will not part with them. A MUST READ for readers of history (even thought they are fiction?) Up there with the Forgotten Soldier. Thanks Sven R.I.P Alan
JEFF

from England.

wrote on 14/07/2013 at 21:30:
Read (and re-read) all the books as a teenager in the 1970s, a great insight into the lives of `ordinary` German soldiers.Its a shame a decent film was never made. The Misfit Brigade was rather poor.
Read (and re-read) all the books as a teenager in the 1970s, a great insight into the lives of `ordinary` German soldiers.Its a shame a decent film was never made. The Misfit Brigade was rather poor.
hARRY GOLDSBERRY

from USA

wrote on 07/07/2013 at 08:57:
GREAT BOOKS HAVE READ THEM ALL SEVERAL TIMES. SAW THE WAR FROM OTHER SIDE THANKS HARRY
GREAT BOOKS HAVE READ THEM ALL SEVERAL TIMES.
SAW THE WAR FROM OTHER SIDE
THANKS HARRY
Fernando Sanchez

from Colombia

wrote on 28/06/2013 at 04:45:
Sven was awesome, i got all of the collection thanks to a uncle, i still read the books even i read them all already
Sven was awesome, i got all of the collection thanks to a uncle, i still read the books even i read them all already
Dalton Horley

from Western Australia

wrote on 27/06/2013 at 16:41:
I first found out about Mr Sven Hassel passing from my local newspaper. It sparked my interest. I started to read. Unfortunately all other books are just not real enough anymore. I'm so sorry for the family. Thankyou so much Sven.
I first found out about Mr Sven Hassel passing from my local newspaper. It sparked my interest. I started to read. Unfortunately all other books are just not real enough anymore. I'm so sorry for the family. Thankyou so much Sven.
Ivan Cekovi?

from Croatia

wrote on 25/06/2013 at 16:10:
I have been reading sven's books for a few years and they give the best description of WW2. I become, let's say, proud when i see names of places in former Yugoslavia. Greetings from Croatia!
I have been reading sven's books for a few years and they give the best description of WW2. I become, let's say, proud when i see names of places in former Yugoslavia. Greetings from Croatia!
marcel

from netherlands

wrote on 23/06/2013 at 20:47:
als oud infanterist zijnde heb ik vele boeken gelezen over de oorlog, maar geen enkele heeft mij zo gegrepen als de boeken van sven...
als oud infanterist zijnde heb ik vele boeken gelezen over de oorlog, maar geen enkele heeft mij zo gegrepen als de boeken van sven...
shaun reynolds

from england

wrote on 21/06/2013 at 22:51:
so with the sad passing of sven is there any interest from movie makers to do a film or two or even better all his book into films
so with the sad passing of sven is there any interest from movie makers to do a film or two or even better all his book into films
Raul

from Spain

wrote on 19/06/2013 at 15:59:
I'm 16 but i've ridden all your books and i'm one of your biggest fan. Thank you for write all the books and help us to know how cruel was the war. Thank you so much
I'm 16 but i've ridden all your books and i'm one of your biggest fan. Thank you for write all the books and help us to know how cruel was the war. Thank you so much
chris jacob

from uk

wrote on 16/06/2013 at 22:06:
Your novels were the first I ever read. And read them all I did. I grew up in UK after the war and had a misconception of it all, we all did because of the films etc. Anyway your books broke the mould and showed you were all just men.. no matter what side
Your novels were the first I ever read. And read them all I did.
I grew up in UK after the war and had a misconception of it all, we all did because of the films etc. Anyway your books broke the mould and showed you were all just men.. no matter what side
Cristian

from Romania/France-Paris

wrote on 15/06/2013 at 03:10:
Sven I just read 'The Legion of the Damned'. What a crazy life you had!
Sven I just read 'The Legion of the Damned'. What a crazy life you had!
Rikard Arvidsso

from Sweden

wrote on 13/06/2013 at 01:02:
I saw the Misfit brigade from 1987 and i wonder if there is anybody out there who knows what kind of strange dog tags they had in the Movie. It was not a wehrmacht dog tag.
I saw the Misfit brigade from 1987 and i wonder if there is anybody out there who knows what kind of strange dog tags they had in the Movie. It was not a wehrmacht dog tag.
Jani K

from Finland

wrote on 12/06/2013 at 01:03:
Rest in peace Sven,and say hi to your comrades from me. We all miss you!
Rest in peace Sven,and say hi to your comrades from me.
We all miss you!
Gianni

from Italia

wrote on 09/06/2013 at 19:20:
RIP Sven,ho letto 'Maledetti da Dio' nel 1969 e poi tutti gli altri più volte.Peccato che non sia riuscito a scrivere il 15°
RIP Sven,ho letto 'Maledetti da Dio' nel 1969 e poi tutti gli altri più volte.Peccato che non sia riuscito a scrivere il 15°
Jude Bradley

from Ireland

wrote on 07/06/2013 at 22:45:
My first book was Legion of the Damned back in 1974 (given to me by my grandad). Read all of them many times over though the 70's 80's and 90's,and this year again. Rest in Peace, your with the gang at last now.
My first book was Legion of the Damned back in 1974 (given to me by my grandad). Read all of them many times over though the 70's 80's and 90's,and this year again.
Rest in Peace, your with the gang at last now.
Paul

from England

wrote on 05/06/2013 at 17:08:
Just found out Sven died last year. Bought my first book, 'Blitzfreeze', in '76 when I was about 11. Lost count of the times I've re-read them, meant and still mean so much. RIP.
Just found out Sven died last year. Bought my first book, 'Blitzfreeze', in '76 when I was about 11. Lost count of the times I've re-read them, meant and still mean so much. RIP.
Robert

from England

wrote on 03/06/2013 at 10:02:
So now you've left us, Sven? Thanks for being a lifelong companion through your books. I began reading them at school, and probably learned more from you than from my lessons! Be well and a fair wind, and say hi to your comrades from me.
So now you've left us, Sven? Thanks for being a lifelong companion through your books. I began reading them at school, and probably learned more from you than from my lessons! Be well and a fair wind, and say hi to your comrades from me.
Alex

from Romania

wrote on 31/05/2013 at 15:29:
I ve read all the books and im still reading at school.Best writer ever.RIP Sven and his comrades.PS can someone tell me where and when did Porta and Old Man died?i know it s in Russia but don t know exactly where and when.Thanks
I ve read all the books and im still reading at school.Best writer ever.RIP Sven and his comrades.PS can someone tell me where and when did Porta and Old Man died?i know it s in Russia but don t know exactly where and when.Thanks
Declan Crowley

from ireland

wrote on 29/05/2013 at 19:38:
have read and reread all 14 books for the last 23 years,would be a fitting tribute to a great author if the 15th was released. RIP Sven and the lads,some party when they meet up.
have read and reread all 14 books for the last 23 years,would be a fitting tribute to a great author if the 15th was released. RIP Sven and the lads,some party when they meet up.
Terry Crook

from UK

wrote on 23/05/2013 at 17:35:
First read Wheels of Terror while traveling to France at the age of 15 (1972) after seeing it in a book shop at the train station. Read all of them over and over again even when I joined the army at 16. Many readers in UK where forces people where the h
First read Wheels of Terror while traveling to France at the age of 15 (1972) after seeing it in a book shop at the train station. Read all of them over and over again even when I joined the army at 16. Many readers in UK where forces people where the h
cristian

from romania

wrote on 21/05/2013 at 07:54:
great books!the best autor ever
great books!the best autor ever
Mike

from New Zealand

wrote on 20/05/2013 at 12:12:
I have, and have read all of Sven's books a number of times, now that I know a 15th has been written I will do mu utmost to obtain a copy. Rest in peace Sven and the rest of the squad also
I have, and have read all of Sven's books a number of times, now that I know a 15th has been written I will do mu utmost to obtain a copy.
Rest in peace Sven and the rest of the squad also
alejandro troelsen

from argentina

wrote on 19/05/2013 at 00:40:
Gracias por el entretenimiento. Gracias por las enseñanzas. Descanza en paz compatriota
Gracias por el entretenimiento.
Gracias por las enseñanzas.

Descanza en paz compatriota

Luciano Lima Alves

from Brazil

wrote on 17/05/2013 at 03:45:
I'm reading one of your books, called Gestapo.It's really good, impressive.When i read, i can imagine the scene, and the horros what you related in your book. Sorry about the bad english, i'm braziliam. Great book!!
I'm reading one of your books, called Gestapo.It's really good, impressive.When i read, i can imagine the scene, and the horros what you related in your book.

Sorry about the bad english, i'm braziliam.

Great book!!

Jason Townsend

from United kingdom

wrote on 12/05/2013 at 03:08:
First off Sven rest in peace m8. Your anti war stance worked with me after i read Wheels of Terror as a 13 year old in the 1980's i lost all interest in joining the RAF(the one with corpses over a tiger tank on the cover) i wish kids would realise the ful
First off Sven rest in peace m8. Your anti war stance worked with me after i read Wheels of Terror as a 13 year old in the 1980's i lost all interest in joining the RAF(the one with corpses over a tiger tank on the cover) i wish kids would realise the ful
Rene

from Holland

wrote on 10/05/2013 at 22:14:
I'm reading Gestapo and Ogu Prison. Now i wanna read every book! Wonderfull stories.... R.I.P Sven
I'm reading Gestapo and Ogu Prison.
Now i wanna read every book!
Wonderfull stories....

R.I.P Sven

Enver Pillay

from South Africa

wrote on 08/05/2013 at 13:37:
Enjoyed all 5 books,that I could only get hold off, it would be great if can obtain more to read
Enjoyed all 5 books,that I could only get hold off, it would be great if can obtain more to read
Paul Apperley

from England

wrote on 03/05/2013 at 14:37:
I`ve met Sven Hassel when he did a book signing in the `70`s. I have Monte Cassino signed by him and he has put ' To Paul with kind regards from Sven Hassel 15.10.76' !
I`ve met Sven Hassel when he did a book signing in the `70`s. I have Monte Cassino signed by him and he has put ' To Paul with kind regards from Sven Hassel 15.10.76' !
Phil Byrne

from Eire

wrote on 02/05/2013 at 00:47:
Just back from a 6 month course and found out that Sven had passed away. I've been reading all his books on and off since I was young, my father had the whole set! I feel like I've lost a friend of sorts, his books were a massive push for me in regards to
Just back from a 6 month course and found out that Sven had passed away. I've been reading all his books on and off since I was young, my father had the whole set! I feel like I've lost a friend of sorts, his books were a massive push for me in regards to
Patrick Davis

from United States of America

wrote on 01/05/2013 at 17:14:
RIP.
RIP.
Richard Jacklin

from England

wrote on 01/05/2013 at 15:55:
read them all in the 70's. never dreamed of looking on the web for the 'real' characters until earlier this year when sadly all now passed on. Have just bought the full set to read again and the characters are all there large as life...
read them all in the 70's. never dreamed of looking on the web for the 'real' characters until earlier this year when sadly all now passed on. Have just bought the full set to read again and the characters are all there large as life...
Doug McPherson

from USA

wrote on 26/04/2013 at 18:51:
I read Sven back in the 70's, and just found Reign of Hell here in Kabul. I then found his website, and am very impressed. He lived a good, long life. RIP.
I read Sven back in the 70's, and just found Reign of Hell here in Kabul. I then found his website, and am very impressed. He lived a good, long life. RIP.
Piikku Piironen

from Finland

wrote on 25/04/2013 at 17:45:
Hellou ! Einstein find up key to eternal living and The Hassel is our boss.
Hellou ! Einstein find up key to eternal living and The Hassel is our boss.
John McGowan

from England

wrote on 22/04/2013 at 21:51:
I have read all 14 books and was hooked from day one.Just discovered that I can read them again through my Kindle. Sven knows the true horrors of war.I do hope the very last book can be written.Sven Hassel and all of us need closure. Best Wishes Sven.
I have read all 14 books and was hooked from day one.Just discovered that I can read them again through my Kindle. Sven knows the true horrors of war.I do hope the very last book can be written.Sven Hassel and all of us need closure. Best Wishes Sven.
Ken Linklater

from Scotland

wrote on 22/04/2013 at 09:33:
Brilliant...... Read all Sven's books when I was in the Army in the 1960's
Brilliant...... Read all Sven's books when I was in the Army in the 1960's
nick

from England

wrote on 21/04/2013 at 17:39:
I have read every single one of Sven's books and really enjoyed reading them ( 3 times). I have yet to find a author that match's him.I have been searching since 1974.
I have read every single one of Sven's books and really enjoyed reading them ( 3 times). I have yet to find a author that match's him.I have been searching since 1974.
Stanis?aw Krok

from Poland

wrote on 19/04/2013 at 15:09:
I love His books. Swen is the best!
I love His books. Swen is the best!
scott

from Scotland

wrote on 19/04/2013 at 00:48:
I started reading Sven's books as a young lad- and I've loved every one of them. So sad to learn of his passing. Rest in peace, Sven, and thankyou for making me feel part of the gang. I think that was your real genius- making the reader feel as if they sh
I started reading Sven's books as a young lad- and I've loved every one of them. So sad to learn of his passing. Rest in peace, Sven, and thankyou for making me feel part of the gang. I think that was your real genius- making the reader feel as if they sh
Steve Fahnestalk

from Canada

wrote on 17/04/2013 at 16:17:
I read a bunch of Sven Hassel books back in the 1960s when I was in the US Navy. I loved the writing, which was vivid, funny and sympathetic. I'm sorry to hear that Sven is now gone, the world is poorer for his passing. Rest in peace, sir!
I read a bunch of Sven Hassel books back in the 1960s when I was in the US Navy. I loved the writing, which was vivid, funny and sympathetic.
I'm sorry to hear that Sven is now gone, the world is poorer for his passing. Rest in peace, sir!
Bob Dunbar

from UK

wrote on 16/04/2013 at 21:13:
I read my first book by Sven at 13, Iam now 52 and still reading them. I never tire of them they are like old friends just like the people in them. Thank you Sven for so many hours of enjoyment. R.I.P.
I read my first book by Sven at 13, Iam now 52 and still reading them. I never tire of them they are like old friends just like the people in them. Thank you Sven for so many hours of enjoyment. R.I.P.
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Thanks for the marvelous posting ! I certainly enjoyed reading it, you may be a great author. I will be sure to bookmark your blog and will come back sometime soon.
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Richard

from England

wrote on 16/04/2013 at 01:18:
I had great respect for Sven's books: my Granddad was a tank radio-operator (1939-1945)with 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). He fought in all but the Eastern front. Sven's honesty helped fill the bit of the tank-mans life which granddad left
I had great respect for Sven's books: my Granddad was a tank radio-operator (1939-1945)with 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). He fought in all but the Eastern front. Sven's honesty helped fill the bit of the tank-mans life which granddad left
Gabriel P Vermeulen

from South Africa

wrote on 13/04/2013 at 15:54:
I read all his books maybe 10 times over. I new all characters by heart and sole. I went to the Army in 1976 because of this books. I am 56 years old and still love to think of his books as the best ever read by me. I am currently in Iraq and still fe
I read all his books maybe 10 times over. I new all characters by heart and sole. I went to the Army in 1976 because of this books. I am 56 years old and still love to think of his books as the best ever read by me. I am currently in Iraq and still fe
JOHN ALLAN

from SCOTLAND

wrote on 12/04/2013 at 23:10:
as many people have said, I read sven hassel when I was a teenager, enjoyed them very much. I may have to start reading them again, such a pity that such a writer only produced so few books
as many people have said, I read sven hassel when I was a teenager, enjoyed them very much.

I may have to start reading them again, such a pity that such a writer only produced so few books

james

from australia

wrote on 04/04/2013 at 11:26:
Read them all as a young teen, 30 years ago now. The other week i had thoughts of the series , walked into an opportunity store , and there he was , Mr.Hassel waiting for me! So here I am on the web , looking him up , and he's gone..... Thanks for the r
Read them all as a young teen, 30 years ago now.
The other week i had thoughts of the series , walked into an opportunity store , and there he was , Mr.Hassel waiting for me!
So here I am on the web , looking him up , and he's gone..... Thanks for the r
RadulescuS

from Romania

wrote on 01/04/2013 at 14:55:
A Great, Great Great Wrigter !!!...
A Great, Great Great Wrigter !!!...
HELIAS , Arthur

from France

wrote on 29/03/2013 at 21:46:
I would have liked asking him his opinion about the new war.USA & jews being the warmongering Hitlers of today,using the same nazi's methods(media's lies,false flag terror)to push folks to support war.(Iraq,Libya,Syria) RIP S H,despite the fact very few h
I would have liked asking him his opinion about the new war.USA & jews being the warmongering Hitlers of today,using the same nazi's methods(media's lies,false flag terror)to push folks to support war.(Iraq,Libya,Syria)
RIP S H,despite the fact very few h
cd11

from United States

wrote on 28/03/2013 at 19:27:
I was saddened to hear of Mr. Hassel's passing. May he rest in peace. My father who also fought in World War 2 Loved his books as do I. Go with God, Sven. And thank you
I was saddened to hear of Mr. Hassel's passing. May he rest in peace. My father who also fought in World War 2
Loved his books as do I. Go with God, Sven. And thank you
rob2994

from united kingdom

wrote on 26/03/2013 at 21:08:
i am currently re-reading 'ss general',and prompted me to google this site,to find information on who might still be alive.was saddend to read of sven's death.i have read all sven's books a number of times,and found them a compelling read,humourous,gritty
i am currently re-reading 'ss general',and prompted me to google this site,to find information on who might still be alive.was saddend to read of sven's death.i have read all sven's books a number of times,and found them a compelling read,humourous,gritty
Mark

from UK

wrote on 26/03/2013 at 17:22:
I read Sven Hassel when I was a teenager. I didn’t know if they were fiction, but somehow they rang true and this site explains the story. It's good to know the experiences were real and the characters I know so well were real people. I was sad, but n
I read Sven Hassel when I was a teenager.

I didn’t know if they were fiction, but somehow they rang true and this site explains the story.

It's good to know the experiences were real and the characters I know so well were real people.

I was sad, but n

gladstone sherratt

from untied kingdom

wrote on 24/03/2013 at 07:23:
I first read his books in the 70's and went on to read as many as I could get hold of. they are a fantastic read an I've just bought the full set. my wife has looked at some and she wants to read them after me. I know she will enjoy them and there is some
I first read his books in the 70's and went on to read as many as I could get hold of.
they are a fantastic read an I've just bought the full set.
my wife has looked at some and she wants to read them after me.
I know she will enjoy them and there is some
Adam

from France

wrote on 18/03/2013 at 14:57:
Sven Hassel est pour moi un romancier aussi important que Charles Bukovsli (dans un autre genre, certes...) Son sens de la narration me pousse à lire et relire ses livres. Mon seul regret : Ne pas les avoir tous. A quand une réedition complète de son oeu
Sven Hassel est pour moi un romancier aussi important que Charles Bukovsli (dans un autre genre, certes...) Son sens de la narration me pousse à lire et relire ses livres. Mon seul regret : Ne pas les avoir tous. A quand une réedition complète de son oeu
Miros?aw

from Poland

wrote on 18/03/2013 at 09:40:
Dzi? przeczyta?em,?e Sven Hassel zmar?.Jego ksi??ki s? wspania?e, ?a?uj?, ?e osobi?cie nie mog?em Mu tego powiedzie?.
Dzi? przeczyta?em,?e Sven Hassel zmar?.Jego ksi??ki s? wspania?e, ?a?uj?, ?e osobi?cie nie mog?em Mu tego powiedzie?.
Zed

from Serbia

wrote on 18/03/2013 at 04:57:
RIP Sven i read all ur books multiple times...from mu childhood and again when i was grow up....
RIP Sven i read all ur books multiple times...from mu childhood and again when i was grow up....
Yasmine

from Egypt

wrote on 14/03/2013 at 00:44:
We belong to Allah and to Him is our return! I read Sven Hassel books not once, but two times each one. First when i was kid and appeared to me as a marvelous stories, but the second time, when i grow up, all of them reveal the tragedy of a sacrificed gen
We belong to Allah and to Him is our return!
I read Sven Hassel books not once, but two times each one. First when i was kid and appeared to me as a marvelous stories, but the second time, when i grow up, all of them reveal the tragedy of a sacrificed gen
Emilio García

from España

wrote on 11/03/2013 at 03:09:
Hvil i fred gamle ven, hilsener til Porta og den gamle Ruhe in Frieden alter Freund, Grüße an Porta und der Altstadt Rest in peace old friend, greetings to Porta and the Old Descansa en paz viejo amigo,saludos a Porta y a el Viejo
Hvil i fred gamle ven, hilsener til Porta og den gamle
Ruhe in Frieden alter Freund, Grüße an Porta und der Altstadt
Rest in peace old friend, greetings to Porta and the Old
Descansa en paz viejo amigo,saludos a Porta y a el Viejo
Ioan-Ovidiu

from Romania

wrote on 10/03/2013 at 00:14:
With sadness I found out about disappearance of one of the greatest novelists about ww2. Sven will remain forever in our hearts through his heroes. I was expecting of the 15-th novel but now….GOD rest you in peace dear Sven! All of us are grateful for y
With sadness I found out about disappearance of one of the greatest novelists about ww2. Sven will remain forever in our hearts through his heroes. I was expecting of the 15-th novel but now….GOD rest you in peace dear Sven! All of us are grateful for y
Sašo Benko

from Slovenia

wrote on 06/03/2013 at 17:52:
I have read four books (others are not available in my country) and I have to say those are one of the best books I have ever read.Very real.
I have read four books (others are not available in my country) and I have to say those are one of the best books I have ever read.Very real.
Andrew Butterworth

from England

wrote on 06/03/2013 at 03:49:
I read most of the books as a young teenager (35 years ago) - after my Father. They were absolutely gripping and Sven is still my favourite story teller. I will buy the books again to read and reacquaint myself with the characters and old friends. I hope
I read most of the books as a young teenager (35 years ago) - after my Father. They were absolutely gripping and Sven is still my favourite story teller. I will buy the books again to read and reacquaint myself with the characters and old friends. I hope
Pierrick

from FRANCE

wrote on 27/02/2013 at 14:40:
J'ai lu tous ses livres il y a bien des années. Plus précisément, je les ai dévorés. J'apprends aujourd'hui qu'il est décédé en septembre dernier. J'en suis attristé mais maintenant il a rejoint tous ses copains laissés sur les champs de bataille de l'Eur
J'ai lu tous ses livres il y a bien des années. Plus précisément, je les ai dévorés. J'apprends aujourd'hui qu'il est décédé en septembre dernier. J'en suis attristé mais maintenant il a rejoint tous ses copains laissés sur les champs de bataille de l'Eur
bill dalziel

from england

wrote on 24/02/2013 at 12:53:
many years ago served in british army commando regt. read all 14 books as they were passed around my mates and eagery awaited the other bloke finishing so you got to read them.
many years ago served in british army commando regt.
read all 14 books as they were passed around my mates
and eagery awaited the other bloke finishing so you
got to read them.
Johan Petersson

from Sweden

wrote on 22/02/2013 at 15:39:
I just recently heard about Sven passning away last year. I'm 34 years old and i first read Legion of the damned when I was 9 and for the following 25 years I have been reading them over and over again. I love them very much! Sven and his work will alwa
I just recently heard about Sven passning away last year. I'm 34 years old and i first read Legion of the damned when I was 9 and for the following 25 years I have been reading them over and over again. I love them very much! Sven and his work will alwa
Luka Kepcija

from Croatia

wrote on 21/02/2013 at 20:04:
You and your friends are with me every time I read your books and you'll never be forgotten.Rest in peace all together. I drink vodka and brandy in your name.Liebe und Tränen in den Augen für Sie.
You and your friends are with me every time I read your books and you'll never be forgotten.Rest in peace all together. I drink vodka and brandy in your name.Liebe und Tränen in den Augen für Sie.
danilo

from padania

wrote on 21/02/2013 at 09:56:
troppo forte leggere e apprezzare i libri.
troppo forte leggere e apprezzare i libri.
Julian

from UK

wrote on 18/02/2013 at 01:34:
Don't hassel the Sven! I've just started buying and reading his books again. People complain that his terminology was wrong in places, but that's what human memory is like, especially around traumatic experiences - words and events get forgotten, combin
Don't hassel the Sven! I've just started buying and reading his books again. People complain that his terminology was wrong in places, but that's what human memory is like, especially around traumatic experiences - words and events get forgotten, combin
ray street

from england

wrote on 17/02/2013 at 14:01:
always a fantastic book to read when i was a young man. im near 60 now and am looking forward to collecting his books again.
always a fantastic book to read when i was a young man. im near 60 now and am looking forward to collecting his books again.
jean-philippe apellaniz

from france

wrote on 12/02/2013 at 17:00:
J'ai eu le plaisir de lire vos livres tout aussi émouvant les uns que les autres. Reposez en paix vieux soldat et un salut à vos compagnons de misére que vous retrouverez dans un autre monde. MERCI MONSIEUR HASSEL.....
J'ai eu le plaisir de lire vos livres tout aussi émouvant les uns que les autres.
Reposez en paix vieux soldat et un salut à vos compagnons de misére que vous retrouverez dans un autre monde.
MERCI MONSIEUR HASSEL.....
Dameon Layton

from UK

wrote on 12/02/2013 at 15:07:
I have been a fan of his brilliant books for over 25 years and he will be sorely missed. R.I.P
I have been a fan of his brilliant books for over 25 years and he will be sorely missed. R.I.P
Bernard Webb

from United Kingdom

wrote on 12/02/2013 at 14:34:
I have read all the books many times over and never tire of reading them. I get so engrossed in the books, time flies by, and I find it so hard to put them down. Stand easey old soldier, you did your duty and now you may Rest In Peace.
I have read all the books many times over and never tire of reading them. I get so engrossed in the books, time flies by, and I find it so hard to put them down. Stand easey old soldier, you did your duty and now you may Rest In Peace.
Christopher M Baird

from Scotland

wrote on 11/02/2013 at 23:27:
Thanks is all that i can say .
Thanks is all that i can say .
Henry L. Leon

from USA

wrote on 11/02/2013 at 19:29:
The Recall has sounded. Time to rest soldier.
The Recall has sounded. Time to rest soldier.
Chris Mercado

from Canada

wrote on 10/02/2013 at 17:37:
I have read all the books and will continue to do so for the rest of my life. I hope you are at peace and thank you for the countless hours of incredible reading.
I have read all the books and will continue to do so for the rest of my life. I hope you are at peace and thank you for the countless hours of incredible reading.
eduardo diaz

from mexico

wrote on 07/02/2013 at 21:13:
Incredible and exaiting stories opposite to the allies side of events, facts of a true soldier
Incredible and exaiting stories opposite to the allies side of events, facts of a true soldier
les reed

from uk

wrote on 07/02/2013 at 19:56:
I first read these books in the early 70s while in the armed forces. have lost all my copies over the years but will get them all on ebooks, am looking forward to read them all again love the style that they are written in. Thank you Sven Hassel
I first read these books in the early 70s while in the armed forces. have lost all my copies over the years but will get them all on ebooks, am looking forward to read them all again love the style that they are written in. Thank you Sven Hassel
r dawson

from spain

wrote on 05/02/2013 at 18:24:
I'm 59 years old. I have been reading his books since 1970 and must have read them 20 times each and they are always great. I also collect panzer memorabillia. In fact, i'm just going to read all his books over again, can't wait.
I'm 59 years old. I have been reading his books since 1970 and must have read them 20 times each and they are always great. I also collect panzer memorabillia. In fact, i'm just going to read all his books over again, can't wait.
Johan Sloet

from South Africa

wrote on 04/02/2013 at 19:44:
I discovered these books in my late teens. Now 59 and still reading them from time to time.R.I.P. Sven and comrades.
I discovered these books in my late teens. Now 59 and still reading them from time to time.R.I.P. Sven and comrades.
jimmy clouston

from scotland

wrote on 03/02/2013 at 20:34:
i have been reading and rereading these books since my early 20's iam now 51 and i'm still reading them and discovering new thigns every time thank you very much sven hassel,brilliant
i have been reading and rereading these books since my early 20's iam now 51 and i'm still reading them and discovering new thigns every time thank you very much sven hassel,brilliant
Ian Smith

from England

wrote on 02/02/2013 at 21:37:
Read most of the books as a teenager in the 1970's, they were the first books that I enjoyed picking up. Like Peter at the age of 53 and with the help of tech I' am reading them all again and the new ones I mist as a kid. Mr Hassel has the ability to make
Read most of the books as a teenager in the 1970's, they were the first books that I enjoyed picking up. Like Peter at the age of 53 and with the help of tech I' am reading them all again and the new ones I mist as a kid. Mr Hassel has the ability to make
david mullen

from united kingdom

wrote on 01/02/2013 at 10:07:
like mr sheldon above,read these books years ago and am re-reading them again now.well written books detailing the horrors and futility of wars.R.I.P. Sven and condolonces to his family.
like mr sheldon above,read these books years ago and am re-reading them again now.well written books detailing the horrors and futility of wars.R.I.P. Sven and condolonces to his family.
Peter Sheldon

from United Kingdom

wrote on 31/01/2013 at 11:02:
I read these books as a Teenager back in the 70's and 80's and am now revisiting them at an age of 56. They made an excellent read then and are proving to be so now. Excellent Story teller
I read these books as a Teenager back in the 70's and 80's and am now revisiting them at an age of 56.
They made an excellent read then and are proving to be so now.
Excellent Story teller
Geoffrey Armstead

from Britain now USA

wrote on 29/01/2013 at 02:34:
Awesome books great reading R.I.P Mr Hassel you will be missed
Awesome books great reading R.I.P Mr Hassel you will be missed
genand-riondet david

from france

wrote on 27/01/2013 at 10:33:
merci pour vos livres monsieur hassel, reposez en paix.
merci pour vos livres monsieur hassel,
reposez en paix.
Devin Peterson

from The Netherlands

wrote on 26/01/2013 at 19:01:
On the internet I heard Mister Hassel has passed away. May he rest in peace. As a teenager I read most of the books of Sven Hassel. Unfortunately for years his books are not published and printed anymore in the Netherlands but at last a publisher decided
On the internet I heard Mister Hassel has passed away. May he rest in peace.
As a teenager I read most of the books of Sven Hassel. Unfortunately for years his books are not published and printed anymore in the Netherlands but at last a publisher decided
Steve Kaps

from United Kingdom

wrote on 26/01/2013 at 16:10:
R.I.P Mr Hassel. Respects to the Hassel family. Thank you for your books. Thank you.
R.I.P Mr Hassel. Respects to the Hassel family. Thank you for your books. Thank you.
Patrick Patriarca

from United States

wrote on 19/01/2013 at 11:39:
My father was a 16 yr old boy in 1943. They went from Rome to a town 15 miles from Monte Cassino.I am writing his memoirs. He passed Jan. 13, 2013. I have bought Monte Cassino by Mr. Hassel to glean the soldiers personal perspective. Thank you
My father was a 16 yr old boy in 1943. They went from Rome to a town 15 miles from Monte Cassino.I am writing his memoirs. He passed Jan. 13, 2013. I have bought Monte Cassino by Mr. Hassel to glean the soldiers personal perspective. Thank you
jim andrews

from uk

wrote on 18/01/2013 at 23:04:
Have known the books & characters since I was 10,still love them.Cant imagine the horrors of WW2. R.I.P,you are not forgotten,none of you.
Have known the books & characters since I was 10,still love them.Cant imagine the horrors of WW2. R.I.P,you are not forgotten,none of you.
Alexandru Camarascu

from Romania

wrote on 14/01/2013 at 21:00:
Nu, el nu a murit, el va trai vesnic in memoria noastra, prin cartile pe care le-a scris.
Nu, el nu a murit, el va trai vesnic in memoria noastra, prin cartile pe care le-a scris.
BOSCO

from Scotland

wrote on 14/01/2013 at 11:02:
Farewell Sven. I continue to love your books. Such humour and such horror. Rest easy now with all your kameraden.
Farewell Sven. I continue to love your books. Such humour and such horror. Rest easy now with all your kameraden.
Szymon B?och

from Poland

wrote on 09/01/2013 at 13:31:
Pana ksi??ki s? doskona?e, moje gratulacje oraz wszystkiego dobrego w nowym roku 🙂
Pana ksi??ki s? doskona?e, moje gratulacje oraz wszystkiego dobrego w nowym roku 🙂
Piikku Piironen

from Finland

wrote on 09/01/2013 at 12:39:
Ei Hassel mitään oo kuollu. Meidän pomo elää ikuisesti. Hassel is not Death. Our boss lives forever!
Ei Hassel mitään oo kuollu. Meidän pomo elää ikuisesti. Hassel is not Death. Our boss lives forever!
AndmeA

from Belgium

wrote on 04/01/2013 at 20:33:
Honor to one of the best romancer i ever read. I start read his books at 15 years old, i got 23 now and reading these books again is just a pleasure. Someone can EASILY make movies about theses books. All characters are particular, they're SO funny x)
Honor to one of the best romancer i ever read.

I start read his books at 15 years old, i got 23 now and reading these books again is just a pleasure.

Someone can EASILY make movies about theses books. All characters are particular, they're SO funny x)

Michael Wittmann

from UK

wrote on 04/01/2013 at 15:49:
This is for Chris Scargill - England. I have ordered all the books by Sven Hassel in the last three weeks, I managed to get all my books brand new via Amazon, although some are listed used, once you shop through them and look under the new tap they can be
This is for Chris Scargill - England. I have ordered all the books by Sven Hassel in the last three weeks, I managed to get all my books brand new via Amazon, although some are listed used, once you shop through them and look under the new tap they can be
chris scargill

from england

wrote on 03/01/2013 at 23:56:
Greetings one and all. I,m just reading Reign of Hell. In the last few months I,ve been steadily working my way through all the books which have all been purchased new. Only 3 more to go but having trouble getting a mint copy of Blitzfreeze. Best wishes t
Greetings one and all. I,m just reading Reign of Hell.
In the last few months I,ve been steadily working my way through all the books which have all been purchased new. Only 3 more to go but having trouble getting a mint copy of Blitzfreeze. Best wishes t
SORIN

from GERMANIA

wrote on 31/12/2012 at 14:55:
in primul rand ,,CONDOLEANTELE ,MELE.!,,.. D-zeu ,sa-i ierte pacatele ,dar cred ca acolo,el ,vede si ne aude si bucuros este ,acolo, findca lumea il iubeste si il stimeaza pentru tot ce a facut pe lumea asta.... ,,SA-I FIE TARINA,USOARA !,, AMIN!
in primul rand ,,CONDOLEANTELE ,MELE.!,,..
D-zeu ,sa-i ierte pacatele ,dar cred ca acolo,el ,vede si ne aude si bucuros este ,acolo, findca lumea il iubeste si il stimeaza pentru tot ce a facut pe lumea asta....
,,SA-I FIE TARINA,USOARA !,,
AMIN!
jose maria

from españa

wrote on 26/12/2012 at 23:46:
me engatuzo sus libros hace ya unos años por no decir bastantes, es una pena el haberlo tenido cerca y no poder haberlo conocido. descanse en paz sr. hassel, ya esta junto a los demas en otras aventuras.
me engatuzo sus libros hace ya unos años por no decir bastantes, es una pena el haberlo tenido cerca y no poder haberlo conocido. descanse en paz sr. hassel, ya esta junto a los demas en otras aventuras.
Lana

from Croatia

wrote on 25/12/2012 at 21:27:
the best books ever written, Porta <3
the best books ever written, Porta <3
Virgil Rizea

from Romania

wrote on 24/12/2012 at 04:23:
As a high school-er in Romania during the Communist regime reading Gestapo,Monte Cassino was a way to counter the good heroes [John Wayne type] .Thank you for the great reading
As a high school-er in Romania during the Communist regime reading Gestapo,Monte Cassino was a way to counter the good heroes [John Wayne type] .Thank you for the great reading
Melxor

from España

wrote on 23/12/2012 at 23:01:
Siento su muerte, sus libros me han entretenido en mi época de interno. Le conocí a él y a su esposa en Lloret de Mar, hace unos años. Descanse en paz
Siento su muerte, sus libros me han entretenido en mi época de interno. Le conocí a él y a su esposa en Lloret de Mar, hace unos años.
Descanse en paz
Giuseppe Maranghi

from Italy

wrote on 22/12/2012 at 07:08:
I still remember when I 'stole' Maledetti da Dio from my Father's library. Thanks for smiles, Thanks for tears, Thanks for Your life's manuals, Ciao, Sven
I still remember when I 'stole' Maledetti da Dio from my Father's library.

Thanks for smiles, Thanks for tears, Thanks for Your life's manuals,

Ciao, Sven

Michael Otto Wittmann

from UK

wrote on 21/12/2012 at 14:09:
So sad to learn of Sven's death. It is thanks to his books that at the age of 12 I finally took an interest in reading, his historical memories of WWII help advance my interest into the history of WWII. As a result of his books I flew through all his book
So sad to learn of Sven's death. It is thanks to his books that at the age of 12 I finally took an interest in reading, his historical memories of WWII help advance my interest into the history of WWII. As a result of his books I flew through all his book
John Robinson

from England

wrote on 21/12/2012 at 01:29:
So sad to hear that Sven has passed away. I had all the books as a young man. And now i have them all again. Seeing the photo gallery of Sven and the others give me a chance to put faces to names. Off to cook some pork and mash.
So sad to hear that Sven has passed away. I had all the books as a young man. And now i have them all again. Seeing the photo gallery of Sven and the others give me a chance to put faces to names. Off to cook some pork and mash.
ashley reynolds

from england

wrote on 19/12/2012 at 11:11:
Excellent stories I have been awestruck, horrified and laughed out loud .The people, places and events written about live on in my memory long after each book has been read. Each book almost like a companion over the last 30 odd years. Very sad to hear of
Excellent stories I have been awestruck, horrified and laughed out loud .The people, places and events written about live on in my memory long after each book has been read. Each book almost like a companion over the last 30 odd years. Very sad to hear of
Malcolm bell

from Scotland

wrote on 19/12/2012 at 01:34:
Some of the best books I have ever read
Some of the best books I have ever read
J Rowan

from New Zealand

wrote on 19/12/2012 at 01:00:
Sven wrote great books that I have read many Times. I am re reading them now and trying to collect original covers this time. My Father got me into these about 20yrs ago. Very sad to hear about his passing time to meet old friends again.
Sven wrote great books that I have read many Times. I am re reading them now and trying to collect original
covers this time. My Father got me into these about 20yrs ago. Very sad to hear about his passing time to meet old friends again.
J.C. Baxter-Pye

from United Kingdom

wrote on 18/12/2012 at 10:55:
Love all the books, have read them over the past 20 years...sheer brilliance, thank you.
Love all the books, have read them over the past 20 years...sheer brilliance, thank you.
Nick Carson


wrote on 17/12/2012 at 12:30:
Can the owner of this site please delete all those spam posts and block the scumbag who posted them?? Thanks!! Merry Christmas to all Sven Hassel fans
Can the owner of this site please delete all those spam posts and block the scumbag who posted them??
Thanks!!
Merry Christmas to all Sven Hassel fans
aurel

from romania

wrote on 16/12/2012 at 21:49:
am citit cartile lui sven de cateva ori .te introduce in intr o lume in care nu te mai desprinzi niciodata .multumesc sven i ved read his books few times along the years .it introduce you in a world that you cannot leave enymore .thank you sven. oy leido
am citit cartile lui sven de cateva ori .te introduce in intr o lume in care nu te mai desprinzi niciodata .multumesc sven
i ved read his books few times along the years .it introduce you in a world that you cannot leave enymore .thank you sven.
oy leido
xavier from Barcelona

from Spain

wrote on 16/12/2012 at 20:18:
Such great moments reading your books! Thank you very much wherever you are! Grans moments llegint els teus llibres! allà on siguis, moltes gràcies!
Such great moments reading your books! Thank you very much wherever you are!
Grans moments llegint els teus llibres! allà on siguis, moltes gràcies!
R Windsor

from England

wrote on 14/12/2012 at 14:58:
I first read Svens books many,many years ago, I am now 58 years old and about to start reading them again for the umpteenth time, never get bored with them, so much to be sad as well as happy about. The best Author ever, so sorry to hear about his passing
I first read Svens books many,many years ago, I am now 58 years old and about to start reading them again for the umpteenth time, never get bored with them, so much to be sad as well as happy about. The best Author ever, so sorry to hear about his passing
Pluta Márk András

from 1/2 Poland, 1/2 Hungary

wrote on 14/12/2012 at 13:33:
Köszönöm, hogy ezeket a sztorikat megosztotta Velem és a nagyvilággal. Fontos mindkét oldalról ismerni a világ nagy történéseit. Véletlenül került hozzám pár könyv, de mostanra nélkülözhetetlen része lesz könyvespolcomnak. Még egyszer Köszönöm Sven.
Köszönöm, hogy ezeket a sztorikat megosztotta Velem és a nagyvilággal. Fontos mindkét oldalról ismerni a világ nagy történéseit. Véletlenül került hozzám pár könyv, de mostanra nélkülözhetetlen része lesz könyvespolcomnak. Még egyszer Köszönöm Sven.
james

from u k

wrote on 13/12/2012 at 19:36:
i first read legion of the damned at the age of 16 i am now 58, i read all of the others as soon as i could, nothing about the war has ever had the same impact as svens novels, fiction loosley based on fact they may be but wow, thank you sven and rest in
i first read legion of the damned at the age of 16 i am now 58, i read all of the others as soon as i could, nothing about the war has ever had the same impact as svens novels, fiction loosley based on fact they may be but wow, thank you sven and rest in
Jack

from Denmark

wrote on 13/12/2012 at 09:34:
A lot of people in Denmark hated Sven, but we are a lot there loved his books. Rest in peace.
A lot of people in Denmark hated Sven, but we are a lot there loved his books. Rest in peace.
Ivan

from Russia

wrote on 12/12/2012 at 16:24:
rest in peace Sven. Your books are forever in our hearts...
rest in peace Sven. Your books are forever in our hearts...
Tim. C.

from Uk

wrote on 09/12/2012 at 03:35:
Always has a fascination with WW2. Just started to read Sven's books, remember them from the 80's. Very sad to hear of Sven's passing, RIP with your old buddies!
Always has a fascination with WW2. Just started to read Sven's books, remember them from the 80's.

Very sad to hear of Sven's passing, RIP with your old buddies!

Craig Hassel

from USA

wrote on 08/12/2012 at 00:22:
Sorry for the loss of Sven. He will be missed.
Sorry for the loss of Sven. He will be missed.
Hakan Dilmen

from Turkey

wrote on 07/12/2012 at 17:05:
I have been deeply grieved by the news about the passing of one of my all-time favourite authors, Sven Hassel. My sincere condolences to his family and friends. Sven and the rest of the lads from the 27th kept me company all through the time I served as s
I have been deeply grieved by the news about the passing of one of my all-time favourite authors, Sven Hassel. My sincere condolences to his family and friends. Sven and the rest of the lads from the 27th kept me company all through the time I served as s
Dennis Wilkinson

from england

wrote on 06/12/2012 at 16:07:
hi are their any books that i can listen to like in audio form my eye are not that good for reading and get tied i like sven and would like to listen to them thank you Dennis Wilkinson
hi
are their any books that i can listen to like in audio form my eye are not that good for reading and get tied i like sven and would like to listen to them

thank you Dennis Wilkinson

Galbusera A.

from Italia

wrote on 05/12/2012 at 17:03:
Ciao Sven,amico,compagno di tante ore, passate a leggere le tue terribili giornate.Un giorno ti conoscerò,ma non ancora......ciao Sven
Ciao Sven,amico,compagno di tante ore, passate a leggere le tue terribili giornate.Un giorno ti conoscerò,ma non ancora......ciao Sven
Fernando Garcia

from Spain

wrote on 03/12/2012 at 21:23:
Querido Sven. Gracias por dejarme compartir parte de tu vida,de la de Hermanito,el Viejo,Porta... Contigo descubrí los horrores de la guerra,pero también la humanidad del soldado,el significado de la camaradería. Ya nunca podrás ver un mundo en el que nad
Querido Sven. Gracias por dejarme compartir parte de tu vida,de la de Hermanito,el Viejo,Porta... Contigo descubrí los horrores de la guerra,pero también la humanidad del soldado,el significado de la camaradería. Ya nunca podrás ver un mundo en el que nad
Paul sheldrick

from Australia

wrote on 02/12/2012 at 12:25:
Hi, my father has just passed down to me the complet set of sven's books but when I look them up online I can't find the cover artwork that are on mine. I would like to know if these are first edition art work can you please email me photos of them please
Hi, my father has just passed down to me the complet set of sven's books but when I look them up online I can't find the cover artwork that are on mine. I would like to know if these are first edition art work can you please email me photos of them please
ANDREA BORTOLIN

from FRIAUL NORDOSTEN ITALIEN

wrote on 01/12/2012 at 22:21:
Sven.....ovunque sei, riposa sereno, grazie davvero per aver descritto la follia dell'uomo in guerra. Vielen DanKe
Sven.....ovunque sei, riposa sereno, grazie davvero per aver descritto la follia dell'uomo in guerra. Vielen DanKe
George Brown

from Scotland

wrote on 01/12/2012 at 09:26:
So sorry to read od Sven's passing,I have read all of his books on a regular basis since the early 70's R.I.P Sven
So sorry to read od Sven's passing,I have read all of his books on a regular basis since the early 70's R.I.P Sven
Pascal

from France

wrote on 30/11/2012 at 11:39:
Repose en paix camarade.
Repose en paix camarade.
Shane Leonard

from England

wrote on 26/11/2012 at 03:24:
Sven Hassell's novels were my constant companions throughout my late teens & early 20's and I've read them all many times over. They were instrumental in formulating my attitude towards war & soldiering. Very sad to read of Sven's passing - RIP Sven Hasse
Sven Hassell's novels were my constant companions throughout my late teens & early 20's and I've read them all many times over. They were instrumental in formulating my attitude towards war & soldiering.
Very sad to read of Sven's passing - RIP Sven Hasse
enrique perez paton

from bolivia (sur america)

wrote on 26/11/2012 at 00:49:
Magnific books my favorite book ' weels of terror'.RIP Sven Hassel,the best writer of the war books.
Magnific books my favorite book ' weels of terror'.RIP Sven Hassel,the best writer of the war books.
Roo Willis

from England

wrote on 22/11/2012 at 13:58:
I was raised on a diet of how John Wayne and pals won the war. Sven tells it as it really was. Every book is pure gold.
I was raised on a diet of how John Wayne and pals won the war. Sven tells it as it really was. Every book is pure gold.
carlo

from uk

wrote on 20/11/2012 at 11:25:
Have read Svens books many times over. An amazing portrait of a young mans adventure during terrible times. WAs very sad to hear of svens passing. Rest in peace
Have read Svens books many times over. An amazing portrait of a young mans adventure during terrible times. WAs very sad to hear of svens passing. Rest in peace
Federico Schiavio

from USA

wrote on 20/11/2012 at 02:45:
Read the books in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia late 70s to early 80s. At the time the Ethiopia was a communist country so there was nothing to do really except read, get drunk and whore around. To this day I still have fond memories of those books and the hours
Read the books in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia late 70s to early 80s. At the time the Ethiopia was a communist country so there was nothing to do really except read, get drunk and whore around. To this day I still have fond memories of those books and the hours
Mick Riches

from UK

wrote on 17/11/2012 at 22:09:
First read Svens books in 1976 whilst I was with the BAOR . Sven and his books were of cult status and I have re read many times.My favorite chapter is the Fire controller from NKVD prison . RIP
First read Svens books in 1976 whilst I was with the BAOR . Sven and his books were of cult status and I have re read many times.My favorite chapter is the Fire controller from NKVD prison .
RIP
Marc

from Scotland

wrote on 17/11/2012 at 14:32:
Read your books many times over, your one of my favorite authors. Great books that gave some insight into the horrors many were faced with during the war, and it's sometimes comforting to know that no matter what tough times I encounter, there were soldie
Read your books many times over, your one of my favorite authors. Great books that gave some insight into the horrors many were faced with during the war, and it's sometimes comforting to know that no matter what tough times I encounter, there were soldie
brendan jennette

from ireland

wrote on 15/11/2012 at 20:12:
Brilliant books the first time I read them, and now 25 years later they are still brilliant. Thank you for the hours of enjoyment spent reading and re-reading many times. I hope you are somewhere eating Mashed potato and diced pork and drinking Slivoblitz
Brilliant books the first time I read them, and now 25 years later they are still brilliant. Thank you for the hours of enjoyment spent reading and re-reading many times. I hope you are somewhere eating Mashed potato and diced pork and drinking Slivoblitz
Nico Carson

from United Kingdom

wrote on 15/11/2012 at 19:47:
I read all Sven's books 25 years ago whilst serving in the Royal Navy. I recently re-discovered them and working my way through them again. They are every bit as good as I remember them!! S.S General is my favourite so far (but still have a few more to go
I read all Sven's books 25 years ago whilst serving in the Royal Navy. I recently re-discovered them and working my way through them again. They are every bit as good as I remember them!! S.S General is my favourite so far (but still have a few more to go
Joni

from Finland

wrote on 12/11/2012 at 14:03:
I will never forget you or your books. Your books have really made my life better, and during difficult moments they have given me strength, because I have seen that my difficulties have been much less than you guys endured. I'm very sad at the moment, b
I will never forget you or your books.
Your books have really made my life better, and during difficult moments they have given me strength, because I have seen that my difficulties have been much less than you guys endured. I'm very sad at the moment, b
Andrew Beard

from United Kingdom

wrote on 11/11/2012 at 21:34:
Still love the books. Reading them again recently after finding the set in a house clearance. Brilliant!
Still love the books. Reading them again recently after finding the set in a house clearance. Brilliant!
KERBORIOU Jean Yves

from France

wrote on 11/11/2012 at 20:00:
A 65 ans,et contrairement bien des contemporains,je n'oublie jamais + d'1 seconde l'immense chance que j'ai d'être si bien né.Je n'ai perdu aucune seconde de joie à vivre ces 65 ans de paix sans précédant.Le message de Sven prend un relief surprenant,alor
A 65 ans,et contrairement bien des contemporains,je n'oublie jamais + d'1 seconde l'immense chance que j'ai d'être si bien né.Je n'ai perdu aucune seconde de joie à vivre ces 65 ans de paix sans précédant.Le message de Sven prend un relief surprenant,alor
Pedro Martins

from Portugal

wrote on 11/11/2012 at 12:12:
Most realistic war books I ever read! A true master piece! RIP SVEN!
Most realistic war books I ever read! A true master piece! RIP SVEN!
DES X

from England

wrote on 11/11/2012 at 04:01:
Sven Hassel, master war author, I grew up reading your books. God bless mate
Sven Hassel, master war author, I grew up reading your books. God bless mate
Yvon Boue

from France

wrote on 11/11/2012 at 01:14:
Adien Sven, Malgre toutes les epreuves, tu vas te reposer. Tu vas revoir tes compagnons d'infortunes. toutes mes sinceres condoleances pour la famille. Helas je n'ai pu adresser plus tot mais des imponderables dans le travail ne m'a pas permis d'entrer d
Adien Sven, Malgre toutes les epreuves, tu vas te reposer. Tu vas revoir tes compagnons d'infortunes.
toutes mes sinceres condoleances pour la famille. Helas je n'ai pu adresser plus tot mais des imponderables dans le travail ne m'a pas permis d'entrer d
Chris Devon

from UK

wrote on 10/11/2012 at 22:39:
Sven just started your collection again after discovering you by accident. I nicked legion of the damned from my older brother in 1976 and becoming hooked instantly. RIP old friend.
Sven just started your collection again after discovering you by accident. I nicked legion of the damned from my older brother in 1976 and becoming hooked instantly.
RIP old friend.
Mira

from Czech republic

wrote on 10/11/2012 at 18:47:
Odešel velký ?lov?k a m?j nejoblíben?jší spisovatel, velmi silný ?lov?k , že vydržel všechno co si prožil, velká úcta z Prahy....R.I.P.
Odešel velký ?lov?k a m?j nejoblíben?jší spisovatel, velmi silný ?lov?k , že vydržel všechno co si prožil, velká úcta z Prahy....R.I.P.
srdjan

from croatia

wrote on 10/11/2012 at 14:44:
R I P
R I P
I C Manole

from Romania

wrote on 10/11/2012 at 00:47:
I have read all your books. I laughed but ... I have cried and cry and laugh so far can the hatred and stupidity of war-time. In August 2012, I fulfilled my dream of 32 years ago, I visited the Monastery of Monte Cassino, I lit a candle and prayed for all
I have read all your books. I laughed but ... I have cried and cry and laugh so far can the hatred and stupidity of war-time.
In August 2012, I fulfilled my dream of 32 years ago, I visited the Monastery of Monte Cassino, I lit a candle and prayed for all
Kris

from Sweden

wrote on 09/11/2012 at 22:59:
Ich werde niemals vergessen als ich zwölf Jahren alt war und meine erste Buch von Ihnen gelesen habe, das mir ganz und total berührt hat. Ich wünsche Ihnen eine gute Nacht und danke für die Lachen und für einige der besten Bücher der Welt!
Ich werde niemals vergessen als ich zwölf Jahren alt war und meine erste Buch von Ihnen gelesen habe, das mir ganz und total berührt hat. Ich wünsche Ihnen eine gute Nacht und danke für die Lachen und für einige der besten Bücher der Welt!
John Neartheroad

from Netherlands

wrote on 08/11/2012 at 21:32:
Rest in peace mister Hassel! Not only the ally's have goin thru hell in that horreble war. I readed a lot of books from dutch waffen SS volunteers how it was, specially the eastern front. But U where the most realistic about that time.
Rest in peace mister Hassel!
Not only the ally's have goin thru hell in that horreble war.
I readed a lot of books from dutch waffen SS volunteers how it was, specially the eastern front.
But U where the most realistic about that time.
zorana

from croatia

wrote on 08/11/2012 at 15:46:
I read all your books and cried and laughed and was with you,Porta,Brier,Little one,Legionar and Heide all the time...Sleep with angels where you belong.
I read all your books and cried and laughed and was with you,Porta,Brier,Little one,Legionar and Heide all the time...Sleep with angels where you belong.
John Farrell

from Scotland

wrote on 07/11/2012 at 06:24:
I first read Reign of Hell because it was the only book in the house I was in on a night the tv broke,It gripped me from the first to last word and I read it in one go.I thank the gremlin in that tv,for never had a book had my emotions on such arollercoas
I first read Reign of Hell because it was the only book in the house I was in on a night the tv broke,It gripped me from the first to last word and I read it in one go.I thank the gremlin in that tv,for never had a book had my emotions on such arollercoas
Paul

from Coventry, UK

wrote on 06/11/2012 at 21:54:
RIP Sven. I read SS-General and Reign of Hell as a teenager and also got a couple of schoolmates interested in Sven's work.
RIP Sven.
I read SS-General and Reign of Hell as a teenager and also got a couple of schoolmates interested in Sven's work.
Jordi

from Spain

wrote on 06/11/2012 at 20:22:
In 2005 when I was 15 I discovered an old dusty book on my grandfather library after he passed away. This book was a 1963 edition(The Legion of the Damned)then I discovered that there were more Hassel's books! Since then I have become a true fan of Sven's
In 2005 when I was 15 I discovered an old dusty book on my grandfather library after he passed away. This book was a 1963 edition(The Legion of the Damned)then I discovered that there were more Hassel's books! Since then I have become a true fan of Sven's
alex

from uk

wrote on 06/11/2012 at 18:47:
He was my true Herro and never to be forgoten!! Long live Penalthy Batalion.
He was my true Herro and never to be forgoten!!
Long live Penalthy Batalion.
Laurence Jones

from England

wrote on 06/11/2012 at 08:12:
Sorry to hear of Sven's passing, R.I.P. Sven Hassel. I have read all of Sven's books, they really brought out the horror of war, but also the humour. On humour, in 'Reign of Hell', the 'Kaiser's Nightcap' and the combination of Sven, Porta & Co, Madame an
Sorry to hear of Sven's passing, R.I.P. Sven Hassel.
I have read all of Sven's books, they really brought out the horror of war, but also the humour.
On humour, in 'Reign of Hell', the 'Kaiser's Nightcap' and the combination of Sven, Porta & Co, Madame an
bob quilliam

from isle of man

wrote on 05/11/2012 at 23:55:
best books i have ever read many thanks for the great work
best books i have ever read many thanks for the great work
Marek

from Poland

wrote on 05/11/2012 at 22:34:
Thank You for the great literature.Thanks to You,my immagination comes up for history.Brgds
Thank You for the great literature.Thanks to You,my immagination comes up for history.Brgds
Goran

from Croatia

wrote on 04/11/2012 at 15:37:
You were the greatest, thanks for great books!!! RIP
You were the greatest, thanks for great books!!!
RIP
JAN NIELSEN

from DANMARK

wrote on 03/11/2012 at 16:23:
RIP JEG HAR GRIN NÅR JEG HAR LÆST BØGER OG DEM LÆST JEG 3 GANG OM ÅRET
RIP JEG HAR GRIN NÅR JEG HAR LÆST BØGER OG DEM LÆST JEG 3 GANG OM ÅRET
Michael Hanwell

from UK

wrote on 02/11/2012 at 23:08:
My email is mh1997@hotmail.co.UK
My email is mh1997@hotmail.co.UK
Michael Hanwell

from UK

wrote on 02/11/2012 at 23:05:
Does anybody know where I can get an autographed edition of Svenue Hassels book, if so please email me.
Does anybody know where I can get an autographed edition of Svenue Hassels book, if so please email me.
Tommy

from Sweden

wrote on 02/11/2012 at 14:14:
RIP thanks for the many laughs and devastating reading I have haft.nu will you meet your lovely wife and your friends since a long time back where they wait for you.
RIP thanks for the many laughs and devastating reading I have haft.nu will you meet your lovely wife and your friends since a long time back where they wait for you.
Justin O'keeffe

from New Zealand

wrote on 02/11/2012 at 00:44:
R.I.P Brother,You Will Be Missed.See You In The 'Hall Of Heroes'
R.I.P Brother,You Will Be Missed.See You In The 'Hall Of Heroes'
Aussie

from England

wrote on 01/11/2012 at 20:00:
Rest in peace Sven Thank you for sharing a part of yourself with me and countless others Long may your legacy continue
Rest in peace Sven
Thank you for sharing a part of yourself with me and countless others
Long may your legacy continue
Laurent

from France

wrote on 31/10/2012 at 18:48:
Je viens d'apprendre la mort de Sven...RIP. J' ai lu tous ces bouquins plusieurs fois un vrai plaisir.L'horreur de la guerre decrite de façon realiste,crue...avec des personnages haut en couleur notamment Porta.Je relis avec toujours autant de delectatio
Je viens d'apprendre la mort de Sven...RIP.
J' ai lu tous ces bouquins plusieurs fois un vrai
plaisir.L'horreur de la guerre decrite de façon realiste,crue...avec des personnages haut en couleur
notamment Porta.Je relis avec toujours autant de
delectatio
Woutters Freddy

from Belgie

wrote on 29/10/2012 at 14:07:
Sven,het ga je goed en héél véél dank voor Uw prachtige boeken.Verschillende malen gelezen,begin terug opnieuw nog intenser.
Sven,het ga je goed en héél véél dank voor Uw prachtige boeken.Verschillende malen gelezen,begin terug opnieuw nog intenser.
morgan

from england

wrote on 28/10/2012 at 22:29:
All of the books.Bring tears @ happy thoughts R.I.P SVEN..AS for myself i have read all. seen the flim ( not very good) Your ok now mate. SVEN GOD BLESS.
All of the books.Bring tears @ happy thoughts R.I.P SVEN..AS for myself i have read all. seen the flim ( not very good) Your ok now mate. SVEN GOD BLESS.
Rafael Fernández Rocha

from Bolivia

wrote on 28/10/2012 at 05:17:
Paz en la tumba de un gran escritor. Creo que tal como plantea Sven en sus libros, nos aferramos a la vida de una u otra manera. Pasé horas muy entretenidas y reflexivas leyendo y releyendo 9 de sus obras. Escribió tan bien que llegó a generaciones como
Paz en la tumba de un gran escritor. Creo que tal como plantea Sven en sus libros, nos aferramos a la vida de una u otra manera. Pasé horas muy entretenidas y reflexivas leyendo y releyendo 9 de sus obras. Escribió tan bien que llegó a generaciones como
neil

from ireland

wrote on 26/10/2012 at 19:56:
I read these books as a teenager and I loved them very much, the Uk book covers in the 1980s inspired me to learn to paint. Does anybody know the name of the artist who painted the covers of the Uk sven hassel books from the 1980 s? Thank you
I read these books as a teenager and I loved them very much, the Uk book covers in the 1980s inspired me to learn to paint. Does anybody know the name of the artist who painted the covers of the Uk sven hassel books from the 1980 s? Thank you
Wiebrand Wiersema

from Nederland

wrote on 25/10/2012 at 15:27:
eerst gecondoleert met het overlijden van een van mijn grootste schrijvers.Ik lees alle boeken om de paar jaar weer ,want ze zijn uit het hart geschreven.Ik heb 13 boeken en mis THE COMMISSAR die is namelijk niet in het nederlands uitgegeven.mocht het zov
eerst gecondoleert met het overlijden van een van mijn grootste schrijvers.Ik lees alle boeken om de paar jaar weer ,want ze zijn uit het hart geschreven.Ik heb 13 boeken en mis THE COMMISSAR die is namelijk niet in het nederlands uitgegeven.mocht het zov
Cezar

from Romania

wrote on 24/10/2012 at 10:41:
As a kid, i loved war. The story's, of my grandfather, survivor of two wars, and military carrier tradition in the family, i was heading the same direction as a career military. Fortunately at 17 i read the books of Sven Hassel. And my love for war and
As a kid, i loved war. The story's, of my grandfather, survivor of two wars, and military carrier tradition in the family, i was heading the same direction as a career military.

Fortunately at 17 i read the books of Sven Hassel. And my love for war and

tomislav

from croatia

wrote on 23/10/2012 at 20:30:
pro?itao sve knjige nekoliko puta,hvala ti što si mi otvorio o?i glede povijesti a i budu?nosti,po?ivao u miru
pro?itao sve knjige nekoliko puta,hvala ti što si mi otvorio o?i glede povijesti a i budu?nosti,po?ivao u miru
Bryan Grimshaw

from New Zealand

wrote on 23/10/2012 at 04:20:
I read the first book when i was about 13 lent to me by an ex Polish POW. Now I have read them all and several times. They are a fantastic account of the times and some of the best writting i have ever seen. Sad to hear of Sven's passing.
I read the first book when i was about 13 lent to me by an ex Polish POW. Now I have read them all and several times. They are a fantastic account of the times and some of the best writting i have ever seen. Sad to hear of Sven's passing.
Chris

from Norway

wrote on 23/10/2012 at 01:22:
Rest in Peace, Sven. Now you're finally back together with your wife and comrades of the 27th Penal Panzers.
Rest in Peace, Sven. Now you're finally back together with your wife and comrades of the 27th Penal Panzers.
vazquez

from united states

wrote on 22/10/2012 at 01:12:
wheels of terror and legion of the damned are the best, I suspect you didn't fetter yourself by the exact truth but they made for rollicking, exciting reads and kept me in my passion for reading--see you in the next life!
wheels of terror and legion of the damned are the best, I suspect you didn't fetter yourself by the exact truth but they made for rollicking, exciting reads and kept me in my passion for reading--see you in the next life!
Cristi

from Romania

wrote on 21/10/2012 at 17:19:
La revedere !Sven
La revedere !Sven
Luca

from Italia

wrote on 20/10/2012 at 23:37:
Con le sue 'novelle' ha accompagnato la mia gioventù e contribuito a far crescere in me amore per la storia. '... Un soldato in guerra è come un granello di sabbia sulla spiaggia . Le onde vi passano sopra , lo spazzan
Con le sue 'novelle' ha accompagnato la mia gioventù e contribuito a far crescere in me amore per la storia.
'... Un soldato in guerra è come un granello di sabbia sulla spiaggia .
Le onde vi passano sopra , lo spazzan
Carlo

from ITALIA

wrote on 20/10/2012 at 22:05:
Mi dispiace per la sua morte,ho letto quasi tutti i suoi romanzi specialmente 'Liquidate Parigi'e'Gli sporchi dannati di Cassino',speriamo che ritrovi nell'aldilà tutti i suoi camerati,ovunque essi siano. Fhanenjunker SVEN HASSEL PRESENTE!
Mi dispiace per la sua morte,ho letto quasi tutti i suoi romanzi specialmente 'Liquidate Parigi'e'Gli sporchi dannati di Cassino',speriamo che ritrovi nell'aldilà tutti i suoi camerati,ovunque essi siano.
Fhanenjunker SVEN HASSEL PRESENTE!
roland

from philippines

wrote on 19/10/2012 at 16:41:
i read his books and loved them. i am sorry he is gone.
i read his books and loved them. i am sorry he is gone.
Gardes Pierre

from France

wrote on 18/10/2012 at 02:25:
Cela fait plus de 35 ans que je connais les romans de Sven. la guerre est une 'putain', le prix reste toujours exorbitant par rapport à l'effort humain et moral demandé. La guerre est la corruption ultime de l'homme vis avis de la vie. Merci pour ton œuvr
Cela fait plus de 35 ans que je connais les romans de Sven. la guerre est une 'putain', le prix reste toujours exorbitant par rapport à l'effort humain et moral demandé. La guerre est la corruption ultime de l'homme vis avis de la vie. Merci pour ton œuvr
jason

from ireland

wrote on 17/10/2012 at 23:56:
sad news loved his books may he rest in peace
sad news loved his books may he rest in peace
stuart mcgill

from United Kingdom

wrote on 17/10/2012 at 23:24:
I started reading his books when I was 11 o 12 and I am nearly 50.Great writer , great stories and charachters.RIP with your fallen comrades.
I started reading his books when I was 11 o 12 and I am nearly 50.Great writer , great stories and charachters.RIP with your fallen comrades.
Gary Sibley

from England

wrote on 17/10/2012 at 18:27:
I read my first Sven Hassel book at the age of 12. I have only just heared about Svens passing and would like to say this: Sven, you did not know me, but through your books I felt that I knew you and what you went through. with the 27th (Penal) Panzer Re
I read my first Sven Hassel book at the age of 12. I have only just heared about Svens passing and would like to say this: Sven, you did not know me, but through your books I felt that I knew you and what you went through. with the 27th (Penal) Panzer Re
Matthew Gray

from New Zealand

wrote on 17/10/2012 at 04:38:
It is just a few months since I re purchased Sven's great novels and started reading them again some 20 years or so after first being hooked. Last night I finished March Battalion - today I learn of its author's death.It would be great to see his legacy h
It is just a few months since I re purchased Sven's great novels and started reading them again some 20 years or so after first being hooked. Last night I finished March Battalion - today I learn of its author's death.It would be great to see his legacy h
Blair Christensen

from USA

wrote on 17/10/2012 at 01:22:
Sven continues to be a great inspiration for me. I have read and continue to reread his books. God bless.
Sven continues to be a great inspiration for me. I have read and continue to reread his books. God bless.
Ben Jagerlankhorst

from Nederland

wrote on 17/10/2012 at 00:11:
R.I.P Sven nu is de 2e compagnie weer complete Samen met Porta aardappel puree met spekjes eten
R.I.P Sven nu is de 2e compagnie weer complete
Samen met Porta aardappel puree met spekjes eten
Aidan

from Ireland

wrote on 16/10/2012 at 23:05:
Thanks for the great stories. RIP.
Thanks for the great stories. RIP.
Lawrence Waight

from England

wrote on 16/10/2012 at 12:27:
The news of Sven's passing brings great sadness, in contrast to the hilarity of many of the stories (mainly recounted by Porta) which have delighted me for around 40 years. His horrifying accounts of what did actually go on, are backed up my modern histor
The news of Sven's passing brings great sadness, in contrast to the hilarity of many of the stories (mainly recounted by Porta) which have delighted me for around 40 years. His horrifying accounts of what did actually go on, are backed up my modern histor
peter

from England

wrote on 16/10/2012 at 02:23:
You inspired so many, in so many ways..Words fail me..God bless..
You inspired so many, in so many ways..Words fail me..God bless..
palle jensen

from danmark

wrote on 15/10/2012 at 23:20:
My condolences to your family ,thank you for all you wrote all these years may you rest in peace .
My condolences to your family ,thank you for all you wrote all these years may you rest in peace .
Jorge

from Venezuela

wrote on 15/10/2012 at 22:24:
I'm a fanatic reader from Venezuela..... I received with regret the news of his death and I want to give your son and family my condolences..... Jorge
I'm a fanatic reader from Venezuela..... I received with regret the news of his death and I want to give your son and family my condolences.....

Jorge

Alan

from UK

wrote on 15/10/2012 at 16:57:
I have fond memories of reading all the Sven Hassel books as 15-year-old teenager growing up back in 1976. They were brilliant books.
I have fond memories of reading all the Sven Hassel books as 15-year-old teenager growing up back in 1976. They were brilliant books.
Paul Hampton

from England

wrote on 15/10/2012 at 16:55:
RIP Sven, your novels are the best.
RIP Sven, your novels are the best.
victor

from Romania

wrote on 15/10/2012 at 13:33:
We will miss you! R.I.P.
We will miss you! R.I.P.
stan

from england

wrote on 14/10/2012 at 21:44:
sven we will miss you,starting to read your books all over again,
sven we will miss you,starting to read your books all over again,
Bernard Dowling

from England

wrote on 14/10/2012 at 17:42:
So sorry to hear Sven Hassell passed away in September. I only found out today as the last I'd heard of him, he was 95 and still alive. I was hoping he'd make it to 100. I read his books decades ago and loved each and every one of them.
So sorry to hear Sven Hassell passed away in September. I only found out today as the last I'd heard of him, he was 95 and still alive. I was hoping he'd make it to 100. I read his books decades ago and loved each and every one of them.
Phil Wilson

from United Kingdom

wrote on 14/10/2012 at 03:10:
Sorry to hear the bad news.Your books have been an inspiration to me since my teenage years and were Training Manual for my Army Career. My condolences to your Family and friends.RIP Sven.
Sorry to hear the bad news.Your books have been an inspiration to me since my teenage years and were Training Manual for my Army Career.
My condolences to your Family and friends.RIP Sven.
Malcolm Mewse

from England

wrote on 13/10/2012 at 23:49:
Sorry to hear of the passing of Sven. Thanks for your all novels, you'll be always in my thoughts ! God bless, condolences to family,friends,loved ones and comrades. RIP...
Sorry to hear of the passing of Sven. Thanks for your all novels, you'll be always in my thoughts ! God bless, condolences to family,friends,loved ones and comrades. RIP...
Artur

from Portugal

wrote on 13/10/2012 at 22:14:
RIP Sven. Thank you for my lost nights around your 14 books. Thank you for the inspiration. Thank you for the love you had in each word you wrote.
RIP Sven. Thank you for my lost nights around your 14 books. Thank you for the inspiration. Thank you for the love you had in each word you wrote.
F. Rodriguez Campoy Cabrera

from Spain

wrote on 12/10/2012 at 15:31:
Sincere condolences to family,friends,loved ones and comrades. RIP
Sincere condolences to family,friends,loved ones and comrades. RIP
Ove Arksand

from Sverige

wrote on 12/10/2012 at 09:45:
Vila i frid. Är ett stort fan och har förförats, gråtit och gapskarattat åt böckerna Sven skrivit. Tanken går till Svens familj, nära och kära.
Vila i frid. Är ett stort fan och har förförats, gråtit och gapskarattat åt böckerna Sven skrivit. Tanken går till Svens familj, nära och kära.
Mårten eliasson

from sweden

wrote on 11/10/2012 at 19:03:
Vila i frid! A part of my youth is gone My thoughts to the family. Take care
Vila i frid!
A part of my youth is gone
My thoughts to the family.
Take care
Bags

from South Africa

wrote on 11/10/2012 at 12:44:
Sincere condolences to family,friends,loved ones and comrades. RIP Lt.Pedersen.
Sincere condolences to family,friends,loved ones and comrades. RIP Lt.Pedersen.
Bruno

from Italy

wrote on 10/10/2012 at 22:45:
Rest in peace Sven. I will always be a great fan of you
Rest in peace Sven. I will always be a great fan of you
Federico García

from Argentina

wrote on 10/10/2012 at 21:52:
R.I.P. Sven, I read all the books. My respect for his family.
R.I.P. Sven, I read all the books. My respect for his family.
Christian

from Italy

wrote on 10/10/2012 at 12:25:
Rest in peace Sven,you have always been my favorite writer .... and always will be!!!
Rest in peace Sven,you have always been my favorite writer .... and always will be!!!
Eduard

from Romania

wrote on 10/10/2012 at 07:56:
I read all 14 boks several times.Thank you! Rest in peace Herr Sven.
I read all 14 boks several times.Thank you! Rest in peace Herr Sven.
Elena

from USA/Romania

wrote on 10/10/2012 at 03:07:
Thank you for all your books, read them several times both in English and Romanian and thanks to you I had a better understending of what my grandfather endured. Rest in peace!
Thank you for all your books, read them several times both in English and Romanian and thanks to you I had a better understending of what my grandfather endured. Rest in peace!
MartijnD

from The Netherlands

wrote on 09/10/2012 at 22:08:
I alwyas enjoyed reading your books. My parents had a few in their bookshelf when I was a kid and afterwards I read all of your books. It taught me a lot about the cruelty of war but always with a touch of humor. Rest in peace, mr. Hassel.
I alwyas enjoyed reading your books. My parents had a few in their bookshelf when I was a kid and afterwards I read all of your books. It taught me a lot about the cruelty of war but always with a touch of humor. Rest in peace, mr. Hassel.
paul

from n ireland

wrote on 09/10/2012 at 18:44:
i have all 14 books, my favourites are bloody road to death and monte casino,have read them all many times. may you live again in valhalla sven
i have all 14 books, my favourites are bloody road to death and monte casino,have read them all many times. may you live again in valhalla sven
MARK TAHA

from BRITAIN

wrote on 09/10/2012 at 16:44:
Sorry to hear about his death. RIP,Sven. Has there been any fan fiction? Sole criticism-Major Mike should have been a permanent character.
Sorry to hear about his death. RIP,Sven. Has there been any fan fiction?
Sole criticism-Major Mike should have been a permanent character.
Erwin

from South Africa

wrote on 09/10/2012 at 12:50:
It is with sadness that I learnt of Sven's death. An inspiration to myself and many others. Amen
It is with sadness that I learnt of Sven's death. An inspiration to myself and many others.
Amen
Malcolm C

from Canada

wrote on 09/10/2012 at 00:32:
You were one of the Great Generation, Sven. Ich hatten einen kameraden. Ein bessere findst Du nicht. I hope they played that at your funeral.
You were one of the Great Generation, Sven.
Ich hatten einen kameraden.
Ein bessere findst Du nicht.
I hope they played that at your funeral.
Ernest Higham.

from England, UK.

wrote on 08/10/2012 at 22:39:
I have read all of Svens books while was at sea, great reading, RIP in peace Sven.
I have read all of Svens books while was at sea, great reading, RIP in peace Sven.
Andrew

from Australia

wrote on 08/10/2012 at 08:29:
I loved Sven Hassel's books years ago, when I was in high school. I devoured them all, and read them several times over. They were entertaining and informative, and had a strong anti-war message. Rest in Peace, Mr Hassel.
I loved Sven Hassel's books years ago, when I was in high school. I devoured them all, and read them several times over. They were entertaining and informative, and had a strong anti-war message. Rest in Peace, Mr Hassel.
Martin Roldan Ruiz

from Perú

wrote on 08/10/2012 at 07:25:
Muchas gracias por tus libros...siempre te vamos a recordar, Sven!!!
Muchas gracias por tus libros...siempre te vamos a recordar, Sven!!!
josef jurkiewicz

from United States

wrote on 07/10/2012 at 18:29:
In 1973 I found a paperback called wheels of terror whilst on my journey with my fellow squaddies to a place called londonderry Northern Ireland to start a 4 month tour with the British Army. The moment I started reading that book I could not put it down
In 1973 I found a paperback called wheels of terror whilst on my journey with my fellow squaddies to a place called londonderry Northern Ireland to start a 4 month tour with the British Army. The moment I started reading that book I could not put it down
Luis Iñarra

from Mexico

wrote on 07/10/2012 at 04:01:
On behalf of my late brother Alejandro, who bought all the books from Herr Hassel until his death six years ago, and my own sentiments, I want to thank Herr Hassel for all the hours I spent reading and enjoying his books.Now he's on the unknown journey wh
On behalf of my late brother Alejandro, who bought all the books from Herr Hassel until his death six years ago, and my own sentiments, I want to thank Herr Hassel for all the hours I spent reading and enjoying his books.Now he's on the unknown journey wh
Carlo

from Italy

wrote on 05/10/2012 at 19:12:
Riposa in pace Sven,,,
Riposa in pace Sven,,,
Damian

from Chile

wrote on 05/10/2012 at 05:26:
Descansa en paz Sven...Gracias por tus libros!!!!
Descansa en paz Sven...Gracias por tus libros!!!!
Martyn Withnall

from England

wrote on 04/10/2012 at 09:27:
I read your books when in my teens and early twenties and will now re read them, you will be sadly missed go with god
I read your books when in my teens and early twenties and will now re read them, you will be sadly missed go with god
Dave Thomas

from Wales

wrote on 04/10/2012 at 00:07:
Read all the books back in the 70s now reading them all again. R.I.P Sven
Read all the books back in the 70s now reading them all again. R.I.P Sven
johnski mcadam

from scotland

wrote on 03/10/2012 at 19:02:
Saddened to hear of the demise of this great author.In my teens I first read his books and never forgot the characters.RIP Meine Kameraden!
Saddened to hear of the demise of this great author.In my teens I first read his books and never forgot the characters.RIP Meine Kameraden!
Thor Sonne

from Finland

wrote on 03/10/2012 at 14:32:
Thank you for good times. Superb books. Hope you join you wife and kameraden in a better place.
Thank you for good times. Superb books.
Hope you join you wife and kameraden in a better place.
Alex

from Germany/Brazil

wrote on 02/10/2012 at 04:09:
I just got your books one month ago. And allready the first ist finished. I enjoy it. Some more to read for the next month. Now I came back to your website for more informations and sadly recognize that you passed away.
I just got your books one month ago. And allready the first ist finished. I enjoy it. Some more to read for the next month.
Now I came back to your website for more informations and sadly recognize that you passed away.
shane

from england

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 22:54:
a piece of history goes with you RIP with your old friends
a piece of history goes with you RIP with your old friends
Paolo Bogoni

from Italia

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 21:58:
Grazie Sven per le testimonianze che ci hai riportato mi hai fatto apprezzare ancora di piu' la mia vita gia' fortunata perchè vissuta senza subire guerre e soprusi
Grazie Sven per le testimonianze che ci hai riportato
mi hai fatto apprezzare ancora di piu' la mia vita gia' fortunata perchè vissuta senza subire
guerre e soprusi
Tom

from UK

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 17:21:
Read many of your books during downtime in the back of a 432. Bought two more only in July. Happy memories. RIP.
Read many of your books during downtime in the back of a 432. Bought two more only in July. Happy memories. RIP.
Alan

from UK

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 17:18:
Thanks for all the tales Sven, I enjoyed every one. I lent my books out, never got them back, I'll just have to get them again.
Thanks for all the tales Sven, I enjoyed every one. I lent my books out, never got them back, I'll just have to get them again.
Ronnie Fraser

from United Kingdom

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 13:28:
Read Sven's books during my youth in the 70's am now reading them again mid life. Thanks for both your memories and mine RIP.
Read Sven's books during my youth in the 70's am now reading them again mid life.
Thanks for both your memories and mine RIP.
Simon

from UK

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 11:45:
RIP to a true anti-war hero - lived through hell & opened our eyes to what war really was like. Hopefully he is now with the gang enjoying some of heavens best food & drink. RIP all from the 27th
RIP to a true anti-war hero - lived through hell & opened our eyes to what war really was like. Hopefully he is now with the gang enjoying some of heavens best food & drink. RIP all from the 27th
Roy McNabb

from New Zealand

wrote on 01/10/2012 at 05:20:
R.I.P Sven God bless and thanks for the books and time to start reading then again.
R.I.P Sven God bless and thanks for the books and time to start reading then again.
Marius TOLU

from France

wrote on 30/09/2012 at 22:21:
R.I.P Sven . Thanks for your all novels, you'll be allways in my heart ! God bless your soul
R.I.P Sven . Thanks for your all novels, you'll be allways in my heart ! God bless your soul
Mircea

from Romania

wrote on 30/09/2012 at 22:01:
RIP Sven
RIP Sven
Rob Polman

from Netherlands

wrote on 30/09/2012 at 19:27:
Rip sven tanks for THE trough stories.
Rip sven tanks for THE trough stories.
kai

from nieminen

wrote on 30/09/2012 at 15:12:
r.i.p.sven
r.i.p.sven
Vittorio

from Italy

wrote on 30/09/2012 at 13:57:
RIP Sven, I have read all your books, hope you are going to meet you comrades in the next life
RIP Sven, I have read all your books, hope you are going to meet you comrades in the next life
george adam

from scotland,aberdeen

wrote on 30/09/2012 at 01:03:
love youer books very sad to hear this r.i.p
love youer books very sad to hear this r.i.p
Angel Pecica

from Romania

wrote on 29/09/2012 at 19:20:
R.I.P, Sven... Big fan of you..
R.I.P, Sven... Big fan of you..
shaun reynolds

from england

wrote on 29/09/2012 at 18:46:
RIP sven you will be missed by all those who read your books i know i will hope your in heaven with the gang finding the biggest whore house with free beer and girls with porta running it and the old man giving wisdom
RIP sven you will be missed by all those who read your books i know i will hope your in heaven with the gang finding the biggest whore house with free beer and girls with porta running it and the old man giving wisdom
Mehmet

from Turkey

wrote on 29/09/2012 at 16:45:
Mekan?n cennet olsun Sven Hassel' expressing my deep and sad condolences for a hero who had informed us about the realities of war
Mekan?n cennet olsun Sven Hassel' expressing my deep and sad condolences for a hero who had informed us about the realities of war
Valentin

from Romania

wrote on 29/09/2012 at 14:31:
RIP dear Sven.
RIP dear Sven.
Roberto Suarez

from Uruguay

wrote on 29/09/2012 at 05:36:
Conocí sus libros hace unos años atrás... No pude dejar de comprarlos todos. Descanse en paz estimado Sven!
Conocí sus libros hace unos años atrás... No pude dejar de comprarlos todos. Descanse en paz estimado Sven!
Juan L. Atance

from Spain

wrote on 29/09/2012 at 01:20:
From 1978 i'be reading his novels, enyoing every word i read and making recreations in my mind. Thanks. Rest in peace Sven.
From 1978 i'be reading his novels, enyoing every word i read and making recreations in my mind.

Thanks.

Rest in peace Sven.

Peter Duckworth

from Great Britain

wrote on 28/09/2012 at 13:32:
I am now 65, and Started reading Sven's books whilst a young soldier in the British army, I have read them over and over and have had countless hours of enjoyment from them. Sven did a wonderfull job of making all his characters so believable. I met many
I am now 65, and Started reading Sven's books whilst a young soldier in the British army, I have read them over and over and have had countless hours of enjoyment from them. Sven did a wonderfull job of making all his characters so believable. I met many
George Braga

from USA

wrote on 28/09/2012 at 07:39:
Sven Hassel make my childhood happy. His novels showing the reality from the WWII makes me to understand what is the meaning of the war, now, I hate any war or violence. Thank you Sven and rest in peace. God be with you.
Sven Hassel make my childhood happy. His novels showing the reality from the WWII makes me to understand what is the meaning of the war, now, I hate any war or violence. Thank you Sven and rest in peace. God be with you.
Kevin

from Ireland

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 22:44:
I was introduced to his novels by my English teacher at secondary school, and read them avidly. Eventually I joined the Irish Army where I still serve. Unfortunately I too have seen the horror and futility of war that Sven hoped his books would eradicat
I was introduced to his novels by my English teacher at secondary school, and read them avidly. Eventually I joined the Irish Army where I still serve. Unfortunately I too have seen the horror and futility of war that Sven hoped his books would eradicat
Marcos

from España

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 22:06:
Gracias por despertar en mi el interés por la historia y hacerme vislumbrar el tremendo dolor y valor de tus camaradas y enemigos. Todos merecen el máximo respeto.Descansa ahora en paz con tus hermanos del frente y acuérdate de los que todavía quedamos aq
Gracias por despertar en mi el interés por la historia y hacerme vislumbrar el tremendo dolor y valor de tus camaradas y enemigos. Todos merecen el máximo respeto.Descansa ahora en paz con tus hermanos del frente y acuérdate de los que todavía quedamos aq
Miguel

from España

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 21:34:
Aún conservo sus libros dedicados de puño y letra. Descanse en paz, Sven.
Aún conservo sus libros dedicados de puño y letra.
Descanse en paz, Sven.
Dinu

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 21:07:
Died a man, but live a legend and a legacy. Rest in peace !
Died a man, but live a legend and a legacy. Rest in peace !
Alex

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 20:56:
It saddens me to find out that Sven has passed away, i read his books when i was a teen and i became a better man because of them. Rest in peace and thank you for your war memories, you shall not be forgoten. Ich hat einen kameraden...
It saddens me to find out that Sven has passed away, i read his books when i was a teen and i became a better man because of them. Rest in peace and thank you for your war memories, you shall not be forgoten. Ich hat einen kameraden...
stelian

from romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 20:16:
Rest in peace , Sven ! Thanks for your books.
Rest in peace , Sven ! Thanks for your books.
Manu

from Spain

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 19:52:
Love for ever dear friend. I´ll remember you and your comrades. My sons will read your books one day. Gracias por todo Sven. Descansa en paz.
Love for ever dear friend.

I´ll remember you and your comrades.

My sons will read your books one day.

Gracias por todo Sven. Descansa en paz.

alex

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 19:23:
Sven Hassel novels all times greatest real war novels.Thank you Sven.RIP dear ”Kammerad”.We miss you forever!
Sven Hassel novels all times greatest real war novels.Thank you Sven.RIP dear ”Kammerad”.We miss you forever!
covaliu stefan

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 18:07:
I will allways LOVE you, for YOU and YOUR books!I will never forgott you.Rest in peace, SVEN! PS: I love your books!
I will allways LOVE you, for YOU and YOUR books!I will never forgott you.Rest in peace, SVEN!
PS: I love your books!
Santi aka Huntley

from Catalonia

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 17:52:
Descansa en paz viejo camarada. Gracias por tus libros.
Descansa en paz viejo camarada. Gracias por tus libros.
Sebastian

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 17:41:
Thank you for making me laugh and cry and have a feeling of what war really is!
Thank you for making me laugh and cry and have a feeling of what war really is!
Johann Vilthomsen

from Catalunya

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 17:29:
Gràcies Sven, gràcies per les teves històries que m'han portat a ser qui sóc i recordar qui vaig ser. Descansa en pau.
Gràcies Sven, gràcies per les teves històries que m'han portat a ser qui sóc i recordar qui vaig ser.

Descansa en pau.

karmelo

from Spain

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:57:
Me hiciste ver siendo un niño la guerra de otra forma. Descansa en paz viejo soldado.
Me hiciste ver siendo un niño la guerra de otra forma.
Descansa en paz viejo soldado.
karmelo

from Spain

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:56:
Me hiciste ver siendo un niño la guerra de otra forma. Descansa en paz viejo soldado.
Me hiciste ver siendo un niño la guerra de otra forma.
Descansa en paz viejo soldado.
Alex

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:36:
RIP Sven
RIP Sven
John Rafferty

from England

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:36:
I spent years reading and loving Sven Hassel books. He was the master and now there can be no more 🙁
I spent years reading and loving Sven Hassel books. He was the master and now there can be no more 🙁
ionut

from romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:28:
dumnezeu sa te odihneasca Sven. iti multumim pentru ceea ce ne-ai lasat. RIP
dumnezeu sa te odihneasca Sven. iti multumim pentru ceea ce ne-ai lasat. RIP
Cipi

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:19:
God be with you in eternity, Sven.
God be with you in eternity, Sven.
Luis

from Spain

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 16:02:
I grew up with Porta, the Legionnaire, Old Man... How many hours re-living all the horrors your generation went through. Hope you have already met your brother in arms. May all soldiers fallen in wars rest in peace and honor.
I grew up with Porta, the Legionnaire, Old Man... How many hours re-living all the horrors your generation went through. Hope you have already met your brother in arms. May all soldiers fallen in wars rest in peace and honor.
Francisco Miguez

from Australia

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 15:43:
I have been a reader of some of your novels, and I found them to be excellent at showing war in all of its horrors. May you and your comrades, and all those who died in WW2, and in all wars rest in peace in a world made of brotherhood and eternal harmony.
I have been a reader of some of your novels, and I found them to be excellent at showing war in all of its horrors. May you and your comrades, and all those who died in WW2, and in all wars rest in peace in a world made of brotherhood and eternal harmony.
Fleur-Noire

from România

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 15:08:
May your soul rest in peace, Mr. Hassel! God bless you!
May your soul rest in peace, Mr. Hassel! God bless you!
Dan

from Romania/Canada

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 15:05:
Rest in peace! Great writer .Will never be forgotten !
Rest in peace! Great writer .Will never be forgotten !
Ciprian Pîrvu

from România

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 14:47:
Thank you Mr. Hassel for all your learnings. I hope that my son will enjoy your books too and put a flower on Monte Casino mountain. Those days I feel like a lost a closest friend. Ask Porta to cook something, for old times sake.
Thank you Mr. Hassel for all your learnings.
I hope that my son will enjoy your books too and put a flower on Monte Casino mountain.
Those days I feel like a lost a closest friend.

Ask Porta to cook something, for old times sake.

Marius

from România

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 14:36:
RIP Sven Thank you for your books
RIP Sven

Thank you for your books

Stefan Neagu

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 14:00:
Thank you!
Thank you!
Vlad

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 13:51:
Rip Sven. Thanks for your books.
Rip Sven. Thanks for your books.
G|G|

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 13:37:
God rest your soul in peace ! Your books are staying now silent in my book shelf waiting for my 6 months old son to read them in the future !
God rest your soul in peace !
Your books are staying now silent in my book shelf waiting for my 6 months old son to read them in the future !
Catalin

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 13:36:
Rest in peace Sven! Che Dio abbia cura della tua anima! Resterai sempre il migliore di tutti gli autori.
Rest in peace Sven! Che Dio abbia cura della tua anima!
Resterai sempre il migliore di tutti gli autori.
Cornel

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 13:14:
Rest in peace!
Rest in peace!
Gabriel

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 12:39:
REST IN PEACE !!!! You`ll be the best ever !!!!
REST IN PEACE !!!!
You`ll be the best ever !!!!
Marius

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 12:29:
Rest In Peace,Sven i always considered you the best author ever.
Rest In Peace,Sven i always considered you the best author ever.
Ionut

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 12:26:
Rest in peace!
Rest in peace!
Daniela

from Spain

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 11:44:
Descansa en paz, alma bendita!
Descansa en paz, alma bendita!
MIHAI

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 11:38:
REST IN PEACE, Sven!
REST IN PEACE, Sven!
Dragos

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 11:09:
Rest in peace, Sven! The kid inside me's gonna miss you.
Rest in peace, Sven! The kid inside me's gonna miss you.
Mariana

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 11:07:
R.I.P. ! One of my favourite author!
R.I.P. ! One of my favourite author!
CristiT

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 10:30:
RIP Sven ! my favorite author !
RIP Sven !
my favorite author !
IOAN PILIPETI

from DENMARK

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 10:09:
R.I.P. SVEN! ONE OF THE GREAT WRITERS OF THE WORLD.
R.I.P. SVEN! ONE OF THE GREAT WRITERS OF THE WORLD.
Bogdan & Gheorghe

from România

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 10:09:
Rest In Peace Sven!
Rest In Peace Sven!
Radu

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 10:05:
R.I.P. Sven! I read all your books, they are an guide in my life. May Good have mercy on your soul!
R.I.P. Sven! I read all your books, they are an guide in my life. May Good have mercy on your soul!
ADY

from RAMANIA

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 09:53:
RIP SVEN!! GOD REST YOUR SOILE AND FORGIVE YOURE SINDS!! I GRW UP WHIST YOURE BOOCKS FIRST WAS GESTAPO IN 1983 AT 13 YERAS OLD YOURE BOCKS AND YOURE STORI WAS AN GUIDE WHEN I SERVED IN ROMANIAN GEANDARMERIE I WRONT IN THE NAME OF ALL MY FRIEND ADN
RIP SVEN!! GOD REST YOUR SOILE AND FORGIVE YOURE SINDS!! I GRW UP WHIST YOURE BOOCKS FIRST WAS GESTAPO IN 1983 AT 13 YERAS OLD
YOURE BOCKS AND YOURE STORI WAS AN GUIDE WHEN I SERVED IN ROMANIAN GEANDARMERIE
I WRONT IN THE NAME OF ALL MY FRIEND ADN
Alex

from România

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 09:48:
R.I.P Sven, will miss you...
R.I.P Sven, will miss you...
chris

from south africa

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 09:45:
R.I.P. He was indeed a very good fighter, writer and man, all my respect. P.S.Greetings to all Romanian fans, I see that are a lot of them here.
R.I.P. He was indeed a very good fighter, writer and man, all my respect.
P.S.Greetings to all Romanian fans, I see that are a lot of them here.
Valentin

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 09:33:
R.I.P
R.I.P
Alin

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 09:20:
Lov U, forever Sven. RIP
Lov U, forever Sven. RIP
Dragos

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 09:15:
You was enjoyed my childhood with your books. Rest in peace Mr. Hassel
You was enjoyed my childhood with your books. Rest in peace Mr. Hassel
Corneliu

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 08:58:
R.I.P Sven Hassel
R.I.P Sven Hassel
Calin

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 08:57:
Sven nu a murit! A luat doar 'Pe loc repaus!' Odihneasca-se in pace!
Sven nu a murit! A luat doar 'Pe loc repaus!'
Odihneasca-se in pace!
Daniel

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 08:20:
R.I.P. Sven Hasel....oare cine nu a 'gustat' minunatele romane ale lui Hasel in care personaje ca: Micutul, Barcelona, Porta si Batranul ne faceau serile mai placute pe vremea in care nu exista internetul.....
R.I.P. Sven Hasel....oare cine nu a 'gustat' minunatele romane ale lui Hasel in care personaje ca: Micutul, Barcelona, Porta si Batranul ne faceau serile mai placute pe vremea in care nu exista internetul.....
Cristian

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 08:11:
RIP Sven. Always remember you and your work.
RIP Sven. Always remember you and your work.
Arkan

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 08:02:
RIP Sven !!! Never forget you, Porta, Old Man,Tynny,Barcelona,....
RIP Sven !!! Never forget you, Porta, Old Man,Tynny,Barcelona,....
Dragos

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 07:55:
RIP Sven !
RIP Sven !
Mihai

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 07:38:
RIP Sven! Big fan of Porta & friends.
RIP Sven! Big fan of Porta & friends.
Nicholas

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 07:26:
RIP Sven. More words..more pain !
RIP Sven. More words..more pain !
Marius

from Romania

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 06:50:
RIP Sven. You will always will be remembered. God rest your soul.
RIP Sven. You will always will be remembered. God rest your soul.
John

from The Netherlands

wrote on 27/09/2012 at 00:07:
rust in vrede ( R.I.P. )a big fan
rust in vrede ( R.I.P. )a big fan
Ziemowit S. R.

from New York City, USA

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 23:35:
I just heard the sad news :[. RIP Sven. I have all your books and re-read them ever year or so. I wish you would of written 50 more books. Ah, no one writes as well as you did.
I just heard the sad news :[. RIP Sven. I have all your books and re-read them ever year or so. I wish you would of written 50 more books. Ah, no one writes as well as you did.
Irinel

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 23:25:
Rest in peace, Sven. I hope you finally find the peace you've looking for.
Rest in peace, Sven. I hope you finally find the peace you've looking for.
Septimiu Pop

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 23:11:
Sven Hassel was my hero as teenager and his books are my preffered ones ever! It was a deep sorrow for me to hear that he has passed away! Rest in peace, dear Sven! You will always be with us in your books, you will also be with our sons and perhaps our g
Sven Hassel was my hero as teenager and his books are my preffered ones ever! It was a deep sorrow for me to hear that he has passed away! Rest in peace, dear Sven! You will always be with us in your books, you will also be with our sons and perhaps our g
Liviu Sarcinschi

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 23:11:
All the youngs from Romania 80'years knew him.Monte Casino was the greatest.I was in Barcelona in 2009,but didn't that was in this town,I losted him.
All the youngs from Romania 80'years knew him.Monte Casino was the greatest.I was in Barcelona in 2009,but didn't that was in this town,I losted him.
Antonio Velazquez

from spain

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 22:51:
Muchísimo mejor escritor que otros bendecidos por los críticos como literatos...Un sentido del humor maravilloso y un mensaje de compañerismo permanente... Descansa en paz, mi amigo desde mi adolescencia...Te querré siempre, Sven
Muchísimo mejor escritor que otros bendecidos por los críticos como literatos...Un sentido del humor maravilloso y un mensaje de compañerismo permanente...

Descansa en paz, mi amigo desde mi adolescencia...Te querré siempre, Sven

Robert

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 22:45:
I am so sad because humanity lost a hero!!! Rest in Peace! Amen!
I am so sad because humanity lost a hero!!!

Rest in Peace!

Amen!

Florin Mihaltan

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 22:19:
RIP dear Sven
RIP dear Sven
Nicu

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 22:00:
Rest in peace . Thank you for your stories .
Rest in peace . Thank you for your stories .
mihai marculescu

from romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 21:52:
REST IN PACE DEAR SVEN
REST IN PACE DEAR SVEN
Les

from England

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 21:35:
RIP Sven. Your books kept me sane and enthralled me on many a nightshift whislt serving in Germany with the Royal Air Force. Many fellow RAF Police lads, enjoyed your books and it showed us the horrors of war and how to value life. Thank you Sven, for al
RIP Sven. Your books kept me sane and enthralled me on many a nightshift whislt serving in Germany with the Royal Air Force. Many fellow RAF Police lads, enjoyed your books and it showed us the horrors of war and how to value life.
Thank you Sven, for al
Constantin

from España

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 21:30:
REST IN PEACE.Thank you Mr.Hassel.
REST IN PEACE.Thank you Mr.Hassel.
Catelu

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 21:21:
Respect Sven..R.I.P. 🙁
Respect Sven..R.I.P. 🙁
Stefan Bosoi

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 21:18:
God bless you, dear Sven! From your books the reader learn to love peace, which is the way to God. You have true emotions in your writings and the reader feels that. Thank you, sincerly!
God bless you, dear Sven! From your books the reader learn to love peace, which is the way to God. You have true emotions in your writings and the reader feels that. Thank you, sincerly!
dorin

from romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 21:08:
Rest in peace Sven Hassel.
Rest in peace Sven Hassel.
Robert

from USA

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 20:38:
Ich hatt' einen Kameraden, (I had a comrade) Einen bessren findst du nicht. (A better one you won't find) No, I was only his 'Kameraden' through his books but this was played at the beginning of the funeral procession in Germany..then and now. RIP....yo
Ich hatt' einen Kameraden, (I had a comrade)
Einen bessren findst du nicht. (A better one you won't find)

No, I was only his 'Kameraden' through his books but this was played at the beginning of the funeral procession in Germany..then and now.

RIP....yo

alex

from romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 20:10:
Rest in peace Sven Hassel. Your books made a lasting impression on me, and it will make for an interesting reading for the years to come.
Rest in peace Sven Hassel. Your books made a lasting impression on me, and it will make for an interesting reading for the years to come.
cristi bratescu

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 20:04:
This is a very sad evening! Rest in peace dear sven,your books was one of the most profund experiences of my life! You have kept your promises to Porta! Thanks for the kindly words of my country and my people!Say Hello to Old Man-your fuhrer!
This is a very sad evening! Rest in peace dear sven,your books was one of the most profund experiences of my life! You have kept your promises to Porta!
Thanks for the kindly words of my country and my people!Say Hello to Old Man-your fuhrer!
marius

from romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 20:03:
rest in peace. I will pray for you Sven. God bless you !
rest in peace. I will pray for you Sven. God bless you !
Adrian Dragan

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:55:
RIP 🙁
RIP 🙁
Cirstea Marius


wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:50:
rest in peace.
rest in peace.
Emil

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:44:
Rest in peace, Sven. I hope you finally find the peace you've looking for. Thank you
Rest in peace, Sven. I hope you finally find the peace you've looking for. Thank you
Simon Godfrey

from Scotland

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:31:
Very sad news indeed. Thoughtss go out to all the family.
Very sad news indeed. Thoughtss go out to all the family.
Daniel

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:26:
Rest in Peace Mr. Hassel ! You will live forever in our souls. Thank You for showing us in such many and dramatic ways that war should never happen again. Also thank you for the type of literature you have created !
Rest in Peace Mr. Hassel ! You will live forever in our souls. Thank You for showing us in such many and dramatic ways that war should never happen again.

Also thank you for the type of literature you have created !

Suso

from Spain

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:16:
Rest in peace. Thanks for your books Mr Hassel.
Rest in peace.
Thanks for your books Mr Hassel.
Niko

from España

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:12:
Dumnezeu sa-l ierte...Nu mi-ar ajunge spatiul ca sa-ti multumes pt cartile care le-ai lasat scrise pt noi. Sa te odihnesti in pace...
Dumnezeu sa-l ierte...Nu mi-ar ajunge spatiul ca sa-ti multumes pt cartile care le-ai lasat scrise pt noi. Sa te odihnesti in pace...
Aurel

from România

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:07:
V-am citit cartile de nenumarate ori, pe nerasuflate!! Dumnezeu sa va odihneasca in pace! Sunt sigur ca Batranul, Porta, Micutul, Heide si Barcelona sunt nerabdatori sa jucati din nou vechile jocuri de carti!!
V-am citit cartile de nenumarate ori, pe nerasuflate!! Dumnezeu sa va odihneasca in pace! Sunt sigur ca Batranul, Porta, Micutul, Heide si Barcelona sunt nerabdatori sa jucati din nou vechile jocuri de carti!!
Gabi

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 19:05:
Spre sa-ti fi gasit pacea Sven, caci pe Pamant nu ai avut parte de ea. Spre ca Micutul, Batranul, Heide, Porta, Barcelona sau Legionarul sa-ti mai tina companie inca o data.
Spre sa-ti fi gasit pacea Sven, caci pe Pamant nu ai avut parte de ea. Spre ca Micutul, Batranul, Heide, Porta, Barcelona sau Legionarul sa-ti mai tina companie inca o data.
nilau

from romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 18:54:
multumesc pentru cartile tale,sven.
multumesc pentru cartile tale,sven.
radu


wrote on 26/09/2012 at 18:48:
Rest in peace soldier!!
Rest in peace soldier!!
Oana

from Canada

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 18:16:
,,L'esprit oublie toutes les souffrances quand le chagrin a des compagnons et que l'amitié le console.,, Reposer en paix, Sven! Merci beaucoup pour livres!
,,L'esprit oublie toutes les souffrances quand le chagrin a des compagnons et que l'amitié le console.,,
Reposer en paix, Sven! Merci beaucoup pour livres!
Mihai

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 18:14:
rest in peace Sven...
rest in peace Sven...
radu

from romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 17:12:
Rest in peace ,Sven...I hope you will meet your fellow comarades...For me it was like a premonition,I was cheking on the internet about you a few days ago... Thank you
Rest in peace ,Sven...I hope you will meet your fellow comarades...For me it was like a premonition,I was cheking on the internet about you a few days ago...
Thank you
JAN

from italy

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 15:57:
Rest in peace, and thanks for your books .
Rest in peace, and thanks for your books .
Fabio Nascetti

from Italy

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 13:12:
thanks sven, thank you for your wonderful books. Rest in peace
thanks sven, thank you for your wonderful books. Rest in peace
Marcian

from Romania

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 10:28:
Hello, I just heard that Sven died on Friday. is this true?
Hello,

I just heard that Sven died on Friday. is this true?

teresa mingarro

from españa

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 10:05:
gracias por tantas tardes divertidas leyendo tus libros descanse en paz
gracias por tantas tardes divertidas leyendo tus libros descanse en paz
Manuel H.

from ESPAÑA

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 01:18:
Descansa en paz sven,gracias por tantas tardes y noches de amena lectura y por hacer volar nuestra imaginacion a tantos lugares y situaciones gracias a ti tu y tus compañeros habeis logrado la inmortalidad.Siempre estareis en nuestro recuerdo.
Descansa en paz sven,gracias por tantas tardes y noches de amena lectura y por hacer volar nuestra imaginacion a tantos lugares y situaciones gracias a ti tu y tus compañeros habeis logrado la inmortalidad.Siempre estareis en nuestro recuerdo.
Hugo Mazzoleni

from Paraguay

wrote on 26/09/2012 at 00:23:
Gracias Sven por tus novelas mi padre y yo nos divertimos mucho con ellas, hasta ahora las guardo en un lugar especial de mi biblioteca
Gracias Sven por tus novelas mi padre y yo nos divertimos mucho con ellas, hasta ahora las guardo en un lugar especial de mi biblioteca
Kjell

from Sweden

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 22:09:
Many thanks for hours of joyful reading. May you rest in peace. My deepest condolences to friends and family.
Many thanks for hours of joyful reading.
May you rest in peace.
My deepest condolences to friends and family.
Jose V.

from Spain

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 20:37:
Gracias por todo Sven, que Dios te acoja en su reino.
Gracias por todo Sven, que Dios te acoja en su reino.
Pekka

from Finland

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 20:17:
Rest in Peace Sven. I start read your books 20-years ago. I interrested ww 2 a wery young because my grandfather was ww2 weteran too, and he tell so many stories those terrifield years. He pass 2007 also 95-years old.
Rest in Peace Sven. I start read your books 20-years ago. I interrested ww 2 a wery young because my grandfather was ww2 weteran too, and he tell so many stories those terrifield years. He pass 2007 also 95-years old.
Roger

from Sweden

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 18:34:
Thank´s for all the brilliant laughs you and your comrades has given us. I recognize a lot of the soldiers humour since i´ve been a soldier myself, where Tiny and The legionnaire was after the war. You and your friends will live long after you´re gone,
Thank´s for all the brilliant laughs you and your comrades has given us.

I recognize a lot of the soldiers humour since i´ve been a soldier myself, where Tiny and The legionnaire was after the war.

You and your friends will live long after you´re gone,

Timo

from Mexico

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 17:42:
Tusen tack Sven for all the laughs and making me understand the horror and futility of war when I was young and still easy to be duped. You will be missed. Vila i frid.
Tusen tack Sven for all the laughs and making me understand the horror and futility of war when I was young and still easy to be duped. You will be missed.
Vila i frid.
Alfonso

from Spain

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 17:36:
Descansa en paz, rest in peace.
Descansa en paz, rest in peace.
Ernie

from Sweden

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 16:50:
Thank you for the good reading you gave me with your books! R.I.P
Thank you for the good reading you gave me with your books!
R.I.P
Volker W

from Deutschland

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 16:21:
-Sven,grüsse die Teufelskerle,der Alte,Porta,Kleiner Bruder,Legionaer,Barcelona Blom,Gregor,Wolf und seine Hunde und Heide,Oberst Hinka ud alle anderen Freunde und Feinde.REST IN PEACE SVEN!
-Sven,grüsse die Teufelskerle,der Alte,Porta,Kleiner Bruder,Legionaer,Barcelona Blom,Gregor,Wolf und seine Hunde und Heide,Oberst Hinka ud alle anderen Freunde und Feinde.REST IN PEACE SVEN!
Navarca

from Spain

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 15:39:
The second book I've read was 'La Legión de los Condenados'. Thank you Sven for your books. God is with you. Rest in peace. Alfred Kalb said 'mi heart is wiht you'.
The second book I've read was 'La Legión de los Condenados'. Thank you Sven for your books. God is with you. Rest in peace. Alfred Kalb said 'mi heart is wiht you'.
George

from Romania

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 11:08:
You were my best friend for a long time, and I would say that you broke my heart because you stop writing, I have for you the most precious feelings. You were the best, you're still 🙂
You were my best friend for a long time, and I would say that you broke my heart because you stop writing, I have for you the most precious feelings. You were the best, you're still 🙂
Toni

from Spain

wrote on 25/09/2012 at 00:35:
Thank you for your increible books, Sven, may you rest i n peace now.
Thank you for your increible books, Sven, may you rest i n peace now.
BJ

from Danmark

wrote on 24/09/2012 at 16:01:
Hvil i fred Sven, og tak for hundreder af gode læsetimer, og mange flere fremover!
Hvil i fred Sven, og tak for hundreder af gode læsetimer, og mange flere fremover!
CGW

from Sweden

wrote on 24/09/2012 at 15:01:
RIP Sven! Du har skänkt många skratt och mycken eftertanke! Tack!
RIP Sven! Du har skänkt många skratt och mycken eftertanke! Tack!
Per Christensen

from Danmark

wrote on 24/09/2012 at 11:06:
R.I.P. Sven Hazel. Tak for de mange gode bøger du skrev. Spændende og underholdende med indsigt i krigens gru og rædsler samt din humor.
R.I.P. Sven Hazel. Tak for de mange gode bøger du skrev. Spændende og underholdende med indsigt i krigens gru og rædsler samt din humor.
Tim Steenberg

from Denmark

wrote on 24/09/2012 at 09:24:
Tak for mange gode læsestunder, mine tanker går til de efterladte- et langt og begivenhedsrigt liv er desværre slut
Tak for mange gode læsestunder, mine tanker går til de efterladte- et langt og begivenhedsrigt liv er desværre slut
Poul Hess

from Denmark

wrote on 24/09/2012 at 02:24:
So sorry Sven! Have all your books and still reading them for god knows how many times! So many thanks! Poul Denmark
So sorry Sven!
Have all your books and still reading them for god knows how many times!
So many thanks!
Poul Denmark
Robert Breading

from England

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 23:28:
Thank you for the wonderful horrible stories. Rest in peace Sven.
Thank you for the wonderful horrible stories. Rest in peace Sven.
Hans

from Sweden

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 23:27:
RIP
RIP
Lars Ekelund

from Sweden

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 22:48:
Mina kondeloanser
Mina kondeloanser
Christiansen

from Denmark

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 22:48:
Tak for dine fremragende krigs romaner, her læste dem alle flere gange..R.I.P
Tak for dine fremragende krigs romaner, her læste dem alle flere gange..R.I.P
Peter Karlsson

from Sweden

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 20:19:
R.I.P
R.I.P
claus mosgaard

from danmark

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 19:40:
a true soldier, an amazing writer is no longer here. thanks for all what you have done and may Valhalla have a seat for you at the long table. Kæmp for alt hvad du har kært
a true soldier, an amazing writer is no longer here.

thanks for all what you have done and may Valhalla have a seat for you at the long table.

Kæmp for alt hvad du har kært

Alan Hume

from Scotland

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 18:51:
Rest in Peace Sven, thank you for such great stories
Rest in Peace Sven, thank you for such great stories
Tony Ewers

from Danmark

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 18:36:
Hvil i fred gamle ven! Dine bøger har hjulpet mig igennem nogle virkelige hårde tider...
Hvil i fred gamle ven! Dine bøger har hjulpet mig igennem nogle virkelige hårde tider...
MIchael

from Danmark

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 16:40:
Tak for alle gode stunder med dine böger. Du vil blive savnet!
Tak for alle gode stunder med dine böger. Du vil blive savnet!
Dan Petersen

from Danmark

wrote on 23/09/2012 at 14:58:
RIP
RIP
Karl Berry

from England

wrote on 22/09/2012 at 14:20:
Great books, brilliant. You can really imagine being there and you realise the horror of war and at the same time want to be there.
Great books, brilliant. You can really imagine being there and you realise the horror of war and at the same time want to be there.
Yvon BOUE

from France

wrote on 09/09/2012 at 15:35:
J'ai lu une grande partie des livres de Sven. Les premiers je les ai trouve dans la bibliotheque municipale de Chateauroux (Indre), et je n'ai pas arrete de les lire. J'admire beaucoup cet auteur. Je ne lui dis que Merci de nous montrer la stupidite des g
J'ai lu une grande partie des livres de Sven. Les premiers je les ai trouve dans la bibliotheque municipale de Chateauroux (Indre), et je n'ai pas arrete de les lire. J'admire beaucoup cet auteur. Je ne lui dis que Merci de nous montrer la stupidite des g
Irinel Manole

from Romania

wrote on 08/09/2012 at 20:05:
I read all the Sven Hassel's books and I found them a real source of history and courage. When I was 10 I read Montecassino and after 30 years I visited the monastery Montecassino and I was very impressed.
I read all the Sven Hassel's books and I found them a real source of history and courage. When I was 10 I read Montecassino and after 30 years I visited the monastery Montecassino and I was very impressed.
Alexander Hed

from Greece

wrote on 06/09/2012 at 19:06:
I ve read all Sven Hassels book and they are an adventure indeed..how anyone could survive this?? Did Sven Hassel fight in Stalingrad & get out in real life???
I ve read all Sven Hassels book and they are an adventure indeed..how anyone could survive this?? Did Sven Hassel fight in Stalingrad & get out in real life???
dave wyley

from britian

wrote on 04/09/2012 at 22:53:
one of the best writers of the human art of war.
one of the best writers of the human art of war.
Lisa

from Scotland

wrote on 04/09/2012 at 00:31:
It's great to see this site. Like all others who sign the guestbook I'm a big fan of Sven's books having read and reread them over the years. Maybe I'm a bit unusual as a girl who reads these books, but to me they have a great humanity. Sven described th
It's great to see this site. Like all others who sign the guestbook I'm a big fan of Sven's books having read and reread them over the years.
Maybe I'm a bit unusual as a girl who reads these books, but to me they have a great humanity. Sven described th
michael cooke

from england

wrote on 03/09/2012 at 18:18:
I have all the original paperbacks by Sven, and still enjoy reading them. Pity there will be no more. What about making a film of some the books!!
I have all the original paperbacks by Sven, and still enjoy reading them. Pity there will be no more. What about making a film of some the books!!
Carl chambers

from England

wrote on 02/09/2012 at 14:50:
Ive read all the books over and over again. Remember readin the commissar whilst in the T.A. at Edingborourgh Castle barracks in 1986. Thank you Sven Hassel
Ive read all the books over and over again. Remember readin the commissar whilst in the T.A. at Edingborourgh Castle barracks in 1986. Thank you Sven Hassel
mark hughes

from wales uk

wrote on 01/09/2012 at 14:51:
i have read and re-read all of my sven hassel books since i was 12 years old when my dad gave me his books i read at least 4 every winter. I have never got tied of them and they are excellent books they have got me through some long winter night shifts ov
i have read and re-read all of my sven hassel books since i was 12 years old when my dad gave me his books i read at least 4 every winter. I have never got tied of them and they are excellent books they have got me through some long winter night shifts ov
Simon Godfrey

from Scotland

wrote on 01/09/2012 at 00:58:
Amazing books that make you stop and think. Thank you
Amazing books that make you stop and think. Thank you
Pete

from Canada

wrote on 29/08/2012 at 21:34:
I've read and re-read Mr.Hassel's books many times over the last 20 years. True-to-the-letter or not they are a great read and a resounding condemnation of the results 'bad politicians' bring to nations... Thanks!
I've read and re-read Mr.Hassel's books many times over the last 20 years. True-to-the-letter or not they are a great read and a resounding condemnation of the results 'bad politicians' bring to nations... Thanks!
costi

from romania

wrote on 26/08/2012 at 13:29:
aloha from ro-mania !! invite me when you have 100 years!! you are a true idol for me !!
aloha from ro-mania !!
invite me when you have 100 years!! you are a true idol for me !!
Javier Monte

from argentina

wrote on 26/08/2012 at 04:52:
Gracias, tus libros fueron una gran compania a lo largo de muchos periodos de mi vida
Gracias, tus libros fueron una gran compania a lo largo de muchos periodos de mi vida
Gerben vd Tuin

from Netherlands

wrote on 25/08/2012 at 06:52:
Dear mr Hassel. I love reading your books. I think there the best books ever. I read all your books, and just started reading them again. Thank you for all. Greetings from the Netherlands.
Dear mr Hassel. I love reading your books. I think there the best books ever. I read all your books, and just started reading them again. Thank you for all. Greetings from the Netherlands.
mr s t whelahan

from england

wrote on 24/08/2012 at 23:52:
found sven and his books in the late sixtys have read them many times and have just started to read them again, i am now reaching 54 years but sven's books take me back to the late sixtys everytime i read them, many thanks
found sven and his books in the late sixtys have read them many times and have just started to read them again, i am now reaching 54 years but sven's books take me back to the late sixtys everytime i read them, many thanks
Chris Shannon

from England

wrote on 22/08/2012 at 21:20:
Lieve Sven, ik heb uw bericht op Facebook, maar mijn vertaler is niet zo goed in het wijzigen van de tekst terug in het Engels. Als u zou willen verzenden van het bericht in het Duits dan doe als ik kan Begrijp Duits zonder veel hulp. Nogmaals hartelijk
Lieve Sven, ik heb uw bericht op Facebook, maar mijn vertaler is niet zo goed in het wijzigen van de tekst terug in het Engels. Als u zou willen verzenden van het bericht in het Duits dan doe als ik kan Begrijp Duits zonder veel hulp.
Nogmaals hartelijk
Paolo

from italia

wrote on 22/08/2012 at 11:37:
Ciao Sven, grazie dei magnifici racconti che hai scritto, tutte le volte che rileggo i tuoi libri sogno di essere al tuo fianco. Se puoi scrivere o fare traduure in italiano altri tuoi racconti. GRAZIE
Ciao Sven, grazie dei magnifici racconti che hai scritto, tutte le volte che rileggo i tuoi libri sogno di essere al tuo fianco. Se puoi scrivere o fare traduure in italiano altri tuoi racconti. GRAZIE
Mr. Virgona

from Australia

wrote on 19/08/2012 at 10:33:
No words will ever describe the true horror of any war, Hassel does it well but like said no words will do it. I state my profound respect for a survivor of such a dark time in world history. The stories that are real within these books offer an insight i
No words will ever describe the true horror of any war, Hassel does it well but like said no words will do it. I state my profound respect for a survivor of such a dark time in world history. The stories that are real within these books offer an insight i
michael such

from hong kong (orig.scotland)

wrote on 16/08/2012 at 13:01:
Must be included with the best written books of all time so far! (The death of Porta in Legion of the Damned brought tears to my eyes - not many writers can do that!?) Good on ya Sven,forever....
Must be included with the best written books of all time so far! (The death of Porta in Legion of the Damned brought tears to my eyes - not many writers can do that!?) Good on ya Sven,forever....
Geo

from Romania

wrote on 15/08/2012 at 21:52:
I've read every book at least 10 times and still not enough! Thank you, Sven!
I've read every book at least 10 times and still not enough! Thank you, Sven!
John

from Scotland

wrote on 14/08/2012 at 20:21:
read my first book in 73 while serving in Germany and I am now on my third read og books 1-9 and first read of 10-14. Excellent reading with plenty of black humour to help overcome the horrors of that war
read my first book in 73 while serving in Germany and I am now on my third read og books 1-9 and first read of 10-14. Excellent reading with plenty of black humour to help overcome the horrors of that war
ronnie holmes

from scotland

wrote on 12/08/2012 at 22:32:
Best war storys ever written tragedy humour love and hate everything in one book timeless
Best war storys ever written tragedy humour love and hate everything in one book timeless
peter

from netherlands

wrote on 12/08/2012 at 12:09:
Thanks for the best war stories I've ever red. I red all books three times in English and now I have all the books in Dutch language. Again thanks!!!
Thanks for the best war stories I've ever red.
I red all books three times in English and now I have all the books in Dutch language.
Again thanks!!!
Henry the Horrid

from Australia

wrote on 10/08/2012 at 01:05:
Thank you for the stories, Sven.
Thank you for the stories, Sven.
alan butwell

from england

wrote on 09/08/2012 at 13:52:
i first read these books as a teenager in the 1970s onwards,i enjoyed them then as adventure books with black humour. i have just read all fourteen again and enjoyed them just as much and with age and more experience of life i can appreciate the authers p
i first read these books as a teenager in the 1970s onwards,i enjoyed them then as adventure books with black humour. i have just read all fourteen again and enjoyed them just as much and with age and more experience of life i can appreciate the authers p
Keith

from Germany

wrote on 08/08/2012 at 00:47:
I really loved reading Sven Hassel's books as a teenager. Now, however, in the age of the internet, more information is available. I would be interested to know what the makers of this website have to say about the comments by Erik Haaest on the Sven Hass
I really loved reading Sven Hassel's books as a teenager. Now, however, in the age of the internet, more information is available. I would be interested to know what the makers of this website have to say about the comments by Erik Haaest on the Sven Hass
Ben

from Nederland

wrote on 01/08/2012 at 20:09:
de beste auteur van de wereld,de mooiste boeken ooit geschreven ik ben een fan voor het leven
de beste auteur van de wereld,de mooiste boeken ooit geschreven
ik ben een fan voor het leven
Matthew Wilson

from UK

wrote on 31/07/2012 at 00:58:
I first came across these books as a child in the 1980s. My grandparents read them and the Corgi covers fascinated me. I've decided to read the 14 books, about half way into the Legion of the Damned. I'm not disappointed.
I first came across these books as a child in the 1980s. My grandparents read them and the Corgi covers fascinated me. I've decided to read the 14 books, about half way into the Legion of the Damned. I'm not disappointed.
BRAD BELL

from SOUTH AFRICA

wrote on 30/07/2012 at 11:56:
Hey Mr Hassel,Thanks for writing the books,people will never believe what war is,a lot dismiss your stories out of hand-they just can't fathom it.The Eastern Front especially WAS that bad,if not worse!The Old Man would definately be proud!
Hey Mr Hassel,Thanks for writing the books,people will never believe what war is,a lot dismiss your stories out of hand-they just can't fathom it.The Eastern Front especially WAS that bad,if not worse!The Old Man would definately be proud!
Allison C.

from U.S.A.

wrote on 25/07/2012 at 23:22:
Each time I re-read one of your novels, it never ceases to astonish me. Having an uncle who was US infantry in EU (Battle of the Bulge too) and hearing his tales and having read your books, I can only begin to imagine what you both experienced. Thank you
Each time I re-read one of your novels, it never ceases to astonish me. Having an uncle who was US infantry in EU (Battle of the Bulge too) and hearing his tales and having read your books, I can only begin to imagine what you both experienced. Thank you
Jukka Jylhä

from Finland

wrote on 25/07/2012 at 22:19:
Hello sven,your books have helped many Finnish conscripts to spend their free time for decades. Me,my brother and my dad all thank you for your books. You have done great job.
Hello sven,your books have helped many Finnish conscripts to spend their free time for decades. Me,my brother and my dad all thank you for your books. You have done great job.
Dave Mee

from England

wrote on 25/07/2012 at 22:00:
Have read and own ALL the books,read them over and over again.Question,Why did Tiny Become Little John? Glad to know Sven is alive and well.
Have read and own ALL the books,read them over and over again.Question,Why did Tiny Become Little John? Glad to know Sven is alive and well.
Jesse Adair

from Canada

wrote on 22/07/2012 at 22:48:
Sir: I served for 22 yrs as an infantryman. Read your books as a young soldier. Like the fellow commented above, at times I could see your characters in my fellow soldiers... Thank you. js
Sir: I served for 22 yrs as an infantryman. Read your books as a young soldier. Like the fellow commented above, at times I could see your characters in my fellow soldiers...
Thank you. js
Tom

from UK

wrote on 19/07/2012 at 19:58:
Hello Sven, Like so many others I am again reading your books. I was a soldier for 30 years 9 of them in Germany with the British Army. My first Sven Hassel was in 1966, I feel that your gang were my mates and would have been proud to serve with them....p
Hello Sven, Like so many others I am again reading your books. I was a soldier for 30 years 9 of them in Germany with the British Army. My first Sven Hassel was in 1966, I feel that your gang were my mates and would have been proud to serve with them....p
H.Grispen

from Netherlands

wrote on 19/07/2012 at 12:06:
dear Sir, i have been a fan of your books since a long time. You books were among the first i baught as a teenager. They were very impressive and formed my way of thinking about friends and the wordl for a great deal. I hope you are still alive and kickin
dear Sir, i have been a fan of your books since a long time. You books were among the first i baught as a teenager. They were very impressive and formed my way of thinking about friends and the wordl for a great deal. I hope you are still alive and kickin
Chris Kautz

from U.K

wrote on 17/07/2012 at 00:54:
Dear Sir I have been a great fan of yours since i was a teenager. I still have your original editions from when i bought new, i have read over and over again. Fiction or fact, I marvel at the depth of the stories. I wish you health and happiness. 1 quest
Dear Sir
I have been a great fan of yours since i was a teenager. I still have your original editions from when i bought new, i have read over and over again. Fiction or fact, I marvel at the depth of the stories. I wish you health and happiness. 1 quest
Dean

from England

wrote on 15/07/2012 at 20:36:
Well I first read the whole series when I was at school and as I hit 50 I feel the need to read them all over again, this time though I'm looking for hardback books and where possible first editions as I plan to keep them this time, your books have been a
Well I first read the whole series when I was at school and as I hit 50 I feel the need to read them all over again, this time though I'm looking for hardback books and where possible first editions as I plan to keep them this time, your books have been a
Michael N. Nielsen

from Norway

wrote on 15/07/2012 at 18:59:
I was introduced to mr. Hassels books by my father when I was around 12 I guess. Since then I got my own copies of the books (my ex-wife bought them for me for my birthday), and I´ve read all of them 6-7 times I guess. Just started over again this summer.
I was introduced to mr. Hassels books by my father when I was around 12 I guess. Since then I got my own copies of the books (my ex-wife bought them for me for my birthday), and I´ve read all of them 6-7 times I guess. Just started over again this summer.
greg harper

from USA

wrote on 15/07/2012 at 03:45:
Mr.Hassell I want to thank you for the gift you have given us that have read your books.They tell the side of the story that so many need to hear war is hell on earth and you illustated that fact so well.All young people should be exposed to your writings
Mr.Hassell I want to thank you for the gift you have given us that have read your books.They tell the side of the story that so many need to hear war is hell on earth and you illustated that fact so well.All young people should be exposed to your writings
Børge

from Norway

wrote on 11/07/2012 at 12:50:
Hi from Norway. I have read your books at least 3 times as a teenager, more than 20 years ago. Now as an adult I am just about to start all over again with the series. Fantastic books! Great to find this site of yours with aditionally informations and pic
Hi from Norway. I have read your books at least 3 times as a teenager, more than 20 years ago. Now as an adult I am just about to start all over again with the series. Fantastic books! Great to find this site of yours with aditionally informations and pic
moissyford

from france

wrote on 10/07/2012 at 11:17:
nice selection of pictures, genuine pictures but not of his penal battalion.
nice selection of pictures, genuine pictures but not of his penal battalion.
roman

from españa

wrote on 09/07/2012 at 13:47:
es verdad que Sven Hassel vive o vivio en Caldetas?.
es verdad que Sven Hassel vive o vivio en Caldetas?.
Andrei-Mihai Gratie

from Romania

wrote on 08/07/2012 at 20:09:
I have read all the books, wich published in Romanian language. It,s easy to read and you'll get a bit of sympathie for the German soldiers in this Battalion. Sven is a great author and therefor I recommend his books to the people I know.
I have read all the books, wich published in Romanian language. It,s easy to read and you'll get a bit of sympathie for the German soldiers in this Battalion. Sven is a great author and therefor I recommend his books to the people I know.
Rob Roenhorst

from The Netherlands

wrote on 06/07/2012 at 16:03:
I have read all the books, wich published in Dutch language. It,s easy to read and you'll get a bit of sympathie for the German soldiers in this Battalion. Sven is a great author and therefor I recommend his books to the people I know.
I have read all the books, wich published in Dutch language.
It,s easy to read and you'll get a bit of sympathie for the German soldiers in this Battalion.
Sven is a great author and therefor I recommend his books to the people I know.
miguel

from argentina

wrote on 04/07/2012 at 02:28:
estoy por empezar a leer ,la legion de los condenados queria saber de la persona que me va a llevar a vivir esta aventura ,siempre quise saber la historia de la parte del ejercito aleman ,siempre lo ridiculizan las peliculas yanquis ,pero no creo que sea
estoy por empezar a leer ,la legion de los condenados queria saber de la persona que me va a llevar a vivir esta aventura ,siempre quise saber la historia de la parte del ejercito aleman ,siempre lo ridiculizan las peliculas yanquis ,pero no creo que sea
Al Woodcock

from United Kingdom

wrote on 02/07/2012 at 17:06:
Fantastic writer. Excellent books!
Fantastic writer. Excellent books!
Declan Groves

from England

wrote on 02/07/2012 at 01:40:
Still cool. Iconic. Evocative. Kindest regards Declan Leeds West Yorkshire England
Still cool. Iconic. Evocative.

Kindest regards
Declan
Leeds
West Yorkshire
England

Alex

from Spain

wrote on 01/07/2012 at 00:57:
Me compré el primer libro ahorrando de mi asignación allá por el 73, 'Los Panzers de la Muerte'. Aún anda por ahí, casi 40 años más tarde, junto a los otros 13. Entretanto con bastante conocimiento de la SGM y Wehrmacht en particular, veo los deslices téc
Me compré el primer libro ahorrando de mi asignación allá por el 73, 'Los Panzers de la Muerte'. Aún anda por ahí, casi 40 años más tarde, junto a los otros 13. Entretanto con bastante conocimiento de la SGM y Wehrmacht en particular, veo los deslices téc
Keith Peacock

from England

wrote on 30/06/2012 at 15:03:
I read all your books many years ago (1970's) when I was serving in the Armed Forces of Great Britain. They gave me a great deal of pleasure then and I have recently bought a copy of your first book Legion of the Damned - needless to say I will be buying
I read all your books many years ago (1970's) when I was serving in the Armed Forces of Great Britain. They gave me a great deal of pleasure then and I have recently bought a copy of your first book Legion of the Damned - needless to say I will be buying
Ricardo

from Spain

wrote on 29/06/2012 at 14:08:
Acabo de descubrir tu serie de libros sobre la segunda guerra mundial y estoy francamente impresionado, los estoy deborando, hacía tiempo que no leía algo tan humano. Saludos desde Vigo. Ricardo Viñas
Acabo de descubrir tu serie de libros sobre la segunda guerra mundial y estoy francamente impresionado, los estoy deborando, hacía tiempo que no leía algo tan humano.
Saludos desde Vigo.
Ricardo Viñas
David Dunn

from uk

wrote on 28/06/2012 at 13:55:
I found one of your books and 2 weeks later i had worked my way through all 14 it would be fantastic if your final book made it to the shelf. It was very good to read about ww2 from the German side we often forget Germans were mostly ordanry people and no
I found one of your books and 2 weeks later i had worked my way through all 14 it would be fantastic if your final book made it to the shelf. It was very good to read about ww2 from the German side we often forget Germans were mostly ordanry people and no
Jari Koskinen

from Finland

wrote on 27/06/2012 at 23:58:
Hello Sven!I read your book,Gestapo first.....and then happened that i read them all...These books are make addiction,like drug....if you not mind.I wish to you good health and much respect from finland!
Hello Sven!I read your book,Gestapo first.....and then happened that i read them all...These books are make addiction,like drug....if you not mind.I wish to you good health and much respect from finland!
iacob alex

from romania

wrote on 25/06/2012 at 19:04:
Sven Hello sir, I read your books many times and reread them with joy, I would like to ask if there remove any new book, what happened to the rest of your college? still alive? I wish you good health, with great respect.
Sven Hello sir, I read your books many times and reread them with joy, I would like to ask if there remove any new book, what happened to the rest of your college? still alive? I wish you good health, with great respect.
Daniel C

from Romania

wrote on 25/06/2012 at 17:06:
I enjoyed reading some your books as a kid (many times) now many years later i managed to read them all (again!) Is vey exiting to see now all the pictures and materials from this website! thank you for all! good luck
I enjoyed reading some your books as a kid (many times)
now many years later i managed to read them all (again!)
Is vey exiting to see now all the pictures and materials from this website!
thank you for all!
good luck
Paul Newman

from Australia

wrote on 23/06/2012 at 15:53:
Great books ,well worth reading again
Great books ,well worth reading again
Ken W

from England

wrote on 22/06/2012 at 20:03:
Great books read them many times, about to start re-reading on my Kindle.
Great books read them many times, about to start re-reading on my Kindle.
Jim M.

from USA

wrote on 21/06/2012 at 04:49:
Started reading the series.. well done. Really enjoy the characters - Porta, Tiny, and the Legionnaire.
Started reading the series.. well done. Really enjoy the characters - Porta, Tiny, and the Legionnaire.
ivan ionut

from romania

wrote on 20/06/2012 at 20:20:
i like sven books.is a real war opera. i wannt to now much about his caracters.pics,storys.
i like sven books.is a real war opera. i wannt to now much about his caracters.pics,storys.
ivan ionut

from romania

wrote on 20/06/2012 at 20:17:
i like sven books.is a real war opera. i wannt to now much about his caracters.pics,storys.
i like sven books.is a real war opera. i wannt to now much about his caracters.pics,storys.
Paulo S Pincinato

from Brasil

wrote on 16/06/2012 at 20:41:
Sou um grande leitor do relato deixado pelo Sr Hassel sua obra foi muito importante pra eu conhecer o que foi a guerra e seu horrores seus camaradas de guerra e como com tudo isso ainda encontraram prazeres para continuar um grande exemplo para nós leitor
Sou um grande leitor do relato deixado pelo Sr Hassel sua obra foi muito importante pra eu conhecer o que foi a guerra e seu horrores seus camaradas de guerra e como com tudo isso ainda encontraram prazeres para continuar um grande exemplo para nós leitor
Carlos

from Ireland

wrote on 15/06/2012 at 21:56:
I've read them all many times since the 80's. Sven is responsible for my lifelong love of reading in general and WWII in particular. Go raibh maith agat Sven a chara.
I've read them all many times since the 80's. Sven is responsible for my lifelong love of reading in general and WWII in particular. Go raibh maith agat Sven a chara.
Josep Parrilla

from Spain

wrote on 15/06/2012 at 19:16:
Me gustan sus novelas. Y me ha sorprendido leer que vive actualmente en Barcelona. Luego... ¿Para cuando página web en catalán, o al menos en castellano ?
Me gustan sus novelas. Y me ha sorprendido leer que vive actualmente en Barcelona. Luego... ¿Para cuando página web en catalán, o al menos en castellano ?
jonny

from England

wrote on 12/06/2012 at 19:56:
Holy mother of Kazan i've read your books so many times . Now i am Ebook reading them all again ! They should be a study subject in schools I think.
Holy mother of Kazan i've read your books so many times . Now i am Ebook reading them all again ! They should be a study subject in schools I think.
Daniel

from Romania

wrote on 12/06/2012 at 13:22:
You are the greatest writer that I have ever read. Your books are amazing! They marked my childhood, you know? I hope you will live a long and healthy life with your family! Cheers, Sven!
You are the greatest writer that I have ever read. Your books are amazing! They marked my childhood, you know? I hope you will live a long and healthy life with your family! Cheers, Sven!
kevin o sullivan

from ireland

wrote on 10/06/2012 at 00:21:
your books are the only books i've read and re read over the years....and still am! good health to you sven and thanks for years of facination and total enjoyment,god bless and take care..kevin
your books are the only books i've read and re read over the years....and still am! good health to you sven and thanks for years of facination and total enjoyment,god bless and take care..kevin
Eric

from Uk

wrote on 09/06/2012 at 09:16:
Just found your books again after a long break so reading them all again Just as good as 35 years ago would love to read the 15th book and know what happens to the survivers thank you for books
Just found your books again after a long break so reading them all again
Just as good as 35 years ago would love to read the 15th book and know what happens to the survivers thank you for books
Bloody Dave

from USA

wrote on 07/06/2012 at 03:43:
I've been reading Sven Hassel books for 40 years. Sometimes the only friends you got are Porta, Tiny, Sven and the crew!
I've been reading Sven Hassel books for 40 years. Sometimes the only friends you got are Porta, Tiny, Sven and the crew!
Marek

from Poland

wrote on 06/06/2012 at 23:52:
Mam dla Pana wielki szacunek jako cz?owieka,który prze?y? okropie?stwa wojny.Paru moich krewnych do dzisiaj jest uznanych za zaginionych i ja zosta?em ostatnim kogo to cokolwiek interesuje.
Mam dla Pana wielki szacunek jako cz?owieka,który prze?y? okropie?stwa wojny.Paru moich krewnych do dzisiaj jest uznanych za zaginionych i ja zosta?em ostatnim kogo to cokolwiek interesuje.
Bogdan

from Romania

wrote on 06/06/2012 at 10:16:
Proud to call myself a Sven Hassel fan!
Proud to call myself a Sven Hassel fan!
Willam

from United kingdom

wrote on 06/06/2012 at 01:50:
Thanks for all of the great reads that led me through my childhood, god bless Sven.
Thanks for all of the great reads that led me through my childhood, god bless Sven.
adrian espinosa

from Panama

wrote on 04/06/2012 at 09:29:
He leido todos muchos años atras, pero desde entonces no comprendi la secuencia de las historias ya que a veces no concuerda las ideas y los hechos. Podria explicar esto, o dejar un legado, que indque y explique que ocurrio, y una cronologia que indique l
He leido todos muchos años atras, pero desde entonces no comprendi la secuencia de las historias ya que a veces no concuerda las ideas y los hechos. Podria explicar esto, o dejar un legado, que indque y explique que ocurrio, y una cronologia que indique l
Daniel Gallardo Pacheco

from Mexico

wrote on 04/06/2012 at 00:16:
Excelentes novelas¡¡ Gracias por darnos a esos entrañables personajes. Tengo toda la coleccion y la consegui importada a traves de varios años de busqueda.
Excelentes novelas¡¡ Gracias por darnos a esos entrañables personajes. Tengo toda la coleccion y la consegui importada a traves de varios años de busqueda.
Colin Robinson

from England

wrote on 01/06/2012 at 20:44:
Thank you sir for making me laugh + making me cry . my father gave me Comrades of war in the 70s and enjoyed it so much i now have your complete set . And keep reading them over and over ,Brilliant .
Thank you sir for making me laugh + making me cry .
my father gave me Comrades of war in the 70s and enjoyed it so much i now have your complete set .
And keep reading them over and over ,Brilliant .
Cerwyn

from UK

wrote on 01/06/2012 at 11:38:
Having read your books for over 40 years, I am delighted to find this opportunity to thank you for both entertaining and educating me in your own unique way. I wish you well Sir, it really is my pleasure to be able to meet you like this
Having read your books for over 40 years, I am delighted to find this opportunity to thank you for both entertaining and educating me in your own unique way. I wish you well Sir, it really is my pleasure to be able to meet you like this
Necula Ionut

from Romania

wrote on 30/05/2012 at 21:15:
I read all of your books several times and i still can't get enough of them.You are my favorite writer.I hope that you have the strenght to finish your 15th book.Thank you and take care
I read all of your books several times and i still can't get enough of them.You are my favorite writer.I hope that you have the strenght to finish your 15th book.Thank you and take care
Veronika Lachmanová

from Czech Republic

wrote on 29/05/2012 at 10:37:
I've read your first book when I was 15. I remember it well, it was General SS. Then I read everything 🙂 You are my favourite writer. Thanks lot for your books, people can't forget this terrible things. Greetings from Czech republic.
I've read your first book when I was 15. I remember it well, it was General SS. Then I read everything 🙂 You are my favourite writer. Thanks lot for your books, people can't forget this terrible things. Greetings from Czech republic.
Fletch

from UK

wrote on 28/05/2012 at 14:37:
Been reading your books for nearly 40 years, the more I read them the more anti war I become. Job done me thinks. Would be nice if this site contained a list of what happened to the others - Places/times/what happened
Been reading your books for nearly 40 years, the more I read them the more anti war I become. Job done me thinks. Would be nice if this site contained a list of what happened to the others - Places/times/what happened
Chuck Reece

from Canada

wrote on 26/05/2012 at 14:59:
Read all these books, most while I was in the service in many places Sven describes. I now read them on my e-reader. My best friend is a true fan of Sven and his writing. How would I get an autographed picture of Sven?
Read all these books, most while I was in the service in many places Sven describes. I now read them on my e-reader.
My best friend is a true fan of Sven and his writing. How would I get an autographed picture of Sven?
David Cross

from Australia

wrote on 26/05/2012 at 11:38:
Hello Sven, thankyou for your collection of novels that I have read over and over for just over 30 years. I'm glad that I was born in this country and at a time where I was not involved in fighting wars. Your depiction of war is totally enthralling to thi
Hello Sven, thankyou for your collection of novels that I have read over and over for just over 30 years. I'm glad that I was born in this country and at a time where I was not involved in fighting wars. Your depiction of war is totally enthralling to thi
Christopher

from Australia

wrote on 25/05/2012 at 15:58:
I have read all of your books now , Has been a pleasure reading them. All the best for you and your family Sven. Cheers ! Chris
I have read all of your books now , Has been a pleasure reading them. All the best for you and your family Sven.

Cheers !

Chris

Savulescu Sebastian

from Romania

wrote on 24/05/2012 at 08:36:
I read all your books and you made me feel the happiness, the fury and the sadness of yours. You and your friends were just good people born in a sick world. I'm glad that you live to write the horrors of war. Thank you Sven !
I read all your books and you made me feel the happiness, the fury and the sadness of yours. You and your friends were just good people born in a sick world. I'm glad that you live to write the horrors of war. Thank you Sven !
Matti Hakonen

from Sweden

wrote on 19/05/2012 at 21:33:
I read all the available books in-76,-78 and when i got work and could buy the books in eighties read them again! Now it's time to buy the books again, only God knows hon they dissapear from my bookshelfNow when i'm reading them i'm thinking what a hell i
I read all the available books in-76,-78 and when i got work and could buy the books in eighties read them again! Now it's time to buy the books again, only God knows hon they dissapear from my bookshelfNow when i'm reading them i'm thinking what a hell i
Teymur

from France

wrote on 17/05/2012 at 02:45:
Thank you for all the wonderous stories that have allways filled my mind with warmth and laughter over the years. Hoping that the 21st century will bring some more hassle into my life! (pun not intended!) Best wishes.
Thank you for all the wonderous stories that have allways filled my mind with warmth and laughter over the years.

Hoping that the 21st century will bring some more hassle into my life! (pun not intended!)
Best wishes.

Juganaru Andrei Calin

from Romania

wrote on 13/05/2012 at 21:41:
First time i read your books i got that strange felling that it's just a simple book... After the first page i regreted that i was such an idiot... I hope one day i will meet you, Sven and i hope that god will give you as much days as you deserve, but if
First time i read your books i got that strange felling that it's just a simple book... After the first page i regreted that i was such an idiot... I hope one day i will meet you, Sven and i hope that god will give you as much days as you deserve, but if
Vinko

from Croatia

wrote on 10/05/2012 at 19:13:
Hy, i have 16 years and i am just reading your books over and over again.Your books are amazing.Thank you! 😀
Hy, i have 16 years and i am just reading your books over and over again.Your books are amazing.Thank you! 😀
darren glover

from england

wrote on 09/05/2012 at 20:45:
my wife keeps asking why i keep reading your books over & over again. Can't help it. Fantastic books. One question, what happened to Tiny?.
my wife keeps asking why i keep reading your books over & over again. Can't help it. Fantastic books. One question, what happened to Tiny?.
juan manuel

from argentina

wrote on 09/05/2012 at 02:25:
HE LEIDO CASI TODOS TUS LIBROS, CONSIDERO QUE ERES UN EJEMPLO DE CAMARADERIA Y SUPERVIVENCIA EN UN MUNDO LOCO. UN EJEMPLO DE VIDA. MI SUEÑO SERIA TENER UN LIBRO AUTOGRAFIADO SUYO. GRACIAS POR TODO.
HE LEIDO CASI TODOS TUS LIBROS, CONSIDERO QUE ERES UN EJEMPLO DE CAMARADERIA Y SUPERVIVENCIA EN UN MUNDO LOCO. UN EJEMPLO DE VIDA.
MI SUEÑO SERIA TENER UN LIBRO AUTOGRAFIADO SUYO.
GRACIAS POR TODO.
Guy Martin

from Belgique

wrote on 08/05/2012 at 11:09:
Je reste un très grand fan de vos aventures, j'ai tous vos ouvrages et c'est avec plaisir que je vous lis. Merçi beaucoup. Guy Martin
Je reste un très grand fan de vos aventures, j'ai tous vos ouvrages et c'est avec plaisir que je vous lis. Merçi beaucoup. Guy Martin
Andy Scott

from Scotland

wrote on 07/05/2012 at 15:39:
I have now read all of your books more than 3 times! I can't explain why! I will probably read them again. Thank you so much Sven (and your colleagues, especially Porta & Tiny).
I have now read all of your books more than 3 times! I can't explain why! I will probably read them again. Thank you so much Sven (and your colleagues, especially Porta & Tiny).
Paul

from England

wrote on 07/05/2012 at 11:27:
What can i say i started reading these book when i was 14 in 1978 ive read each of the books probably 6 or 7 times, absolutely amazing stories, a real joy to read, Sven you are true master of the pen, continued good health to you and your family
What can i say i started reading these book when i was 14 in 1978 ive read each of the books probably 6 or 7 times, absolutely amazing stories, a real joy to read, Sven you are true master of the pen, continued good health to you and your family
Leif

from Sweden

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 18:23:
Sven, I love your books..great reading. I find it impossible to put down once started reading. Hals und Beinbruch
Sven, I love your books..great reading. I find it impossible to put down once started reading. Hals und Beinbruch
alan

from uk

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 17:11:
Sven is the greatest war author of them all imo, he can stand alongside anyone as a great writer!
Sven is the greatest war author of them all imo, he can stand alongside anyone as a great writer!
Mark Selten

from Australia

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 17:06:
Thanks Sven for all the years of pleasurable reading. Discovered your books at 13 years old and still reading them again at 37 years old. You taught me that the German people became victims also of the war. I did immigrate to Germany and have a wonderful
Thanks Sven for all the years of pleasurable reading. Discovered your books at 13 years old and still reading them again at 37 years old. You taught me that the German people became victims also of the war. I did immigrate to Germany and have a wonderful
Dale

from Germany

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 16:04:
Grew up with All of these fantastic books, Still love to read them now ! Long live Sven!
Grew up with All of these fantastic books, Still love to read them now ! Long live Sven!
Björn Ljungqvist

from Sweden

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 14:26:
Hello...I love to read your books...It`s very intresting and I got many laugh when I read them..I wish I had meet them...I feel like I can both feel them and see them .. that I'm somehow. My greatest wish is that you got to be with. Not because I love the
Hello...I love to read your books...It`s very intresting and I got many laugh when I read them..I wish I had meet them...I feel like I can both feel them and see them .. that I'm somehow. My greatest wish is that you got to be with. Not because I love the
Memo

from Uk

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 14:18:
Grew up reading your books, again and again. Thank you for giving the world those fantastic 14 novels. I hope you keep well Sven and I am really sorry I will never get to meet you! Respect comrade!
Grew up reading your books, again and again. Thank you for giving the world those fantastic 14 novels. I hope you keep well Sven and I am really sorry I will never get to meet you! Respect comrade!
Ryder

from Sweden

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 14:18:
Tnx to Portas eminent education in the noble art of 'organisation' My group comrades in the 14 artillery battalion of the Swedish army never have to be hungry...
Tnx to Portas eminent education in the noble art of 'organisation' My group comrades in the 14 artillery battalion of the Swedish army never have to be hungry...
Ryder

from Sweden

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 14:17:
Tnx to Portas eminent education in the noble art of 'organisation' My group comrades in the 14 artillery battalion of the Swedish army never have to be hungry...
Tnx to Portas eminent education in the noble art of 'organisation' My group comrades in the 14 artillery battalion of the Swedish army never have to be hungry...
Robert Murphy

from United Kingdom

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 13:28:
its a long time since i read his books. probably the late 80's and i still have them in my book collection 🙂
its a long time since i read his books. probably the late 80's and i still have them in my book collection 🙂
Craig Bower

from Australia

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 12:46:
Great to see this website up and running. we are along way from you all in Europe but the Novels have a great readership amongt many I served with in the 80's on the Great Leopard Tanks of 1st Armoured Regiment, Australian Army
Great to see this website up and running. we are along way from you all in Europe but the Novels have a great readership amongt many I served with in the 80's on the Great Leopard Tanks of 1st Armoured Regiment, Australian Army
Jan De Decker

from Belgium

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 12:32:
Started reading the books in 1980. I read them about 3 times each. Now after all these years I would like to buy them. I only found one in Belgium in a second hand store. All our kids should read that!!!
Started reading the books in 1980. I read them about 3 times each. Now after all these years I would like to buy them. I only found one in Belgium in a second hand store. All our kids should read that!!!
Alex

from Romania

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 12:20:
Great website, and I'm glad it's finally up. It's my third time reading the books and I still can't get enough of them. I have a question tough is it possible to get a signed copy of one of the books from Sven ? It would mean the world to me and my father
Great website, and I'm glad it's finally up. It's my third time reading the books and I still can't get enough of them. I have a question tough is it possible to get a signed copy of one of the books from Sven ? It would mean the world to me and my father
Ferdy

from Netherlands

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 12:15:
wow the new wbsite is great!!!
wow the new wbsite is great!!!
Erik

from Belgium

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 12:04:
In 1981, I went to a boarding school in England and started reading his books. Ik bought them al, and up to this day I still read them. I have read them in englisch and in Dutch. Beautiful books.
In 1981, I went to a boarding school in England and started reading his books. Ik bought them al, and up to this day I still read them. I have read them in englisch and in Dutch. Beautiful books.
shaun reynolds

from england

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 11:44:
hi Sven I have been a fan since I was a boy first read your books when I was 10 now at 48. I still read them and still love them
hi Sven I have been a fan since I was a boy first read your books when I was 10 now at 48. I still read them and still love them
utku

from TURKEY

wrote on 06/05/2012 at 11:43:
I'm a fan of his books for 20 years.. greetings to you all from Turkey..
I'm a fan of his books for 20 years.. greetings to you all from Turkey..
Jerome Quinet

from France

wrote on 04/05/2012 at 21:44:
Hi, I am 40 years old and I discovered your books when I was fifteen and it is always a pleasure to read your books. Regards Jerome
Hi, I am 40 years old and I discovered your books when I was fifteen and it is always a pleasure to read your books.
Regards
Jerome
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