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Wehrmacht Diary Wolfgang Cooper(Author)

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Wehrmacht Diary

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Original name book: Wehrmacht Diary

Pages: 234

Language: English

Publisher: Xlibris Corp; 1 edition (March 20, 2000)

By: Wolfgang Cooper(Author)

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Printable? Yes

Category - Biographies & Memoirs

Bestsellers rank - 9 Rating Star

A German officer, Siegfried Knappe, along with co-writer Wolfgang Cooper, offer an introspective and unique look at the inner workings of the German Armed Forces during World War II.

In the wake of German bashing in recent years by American and foreign media, the book also offers a detailed look on how post-war Germany and the men who served in the Wehrmacht should be viewed by historians as well as the general public.

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Customer Reviews
  • By Joe Smith on December 10, 2000

    I am a history buff and have always enjoyed World War II stories that are somewhat out of the mainstream. "WEHRMACHT DIARY," written by Wolfgang Cooper, ends up being one of those stories. The book follows the exploits of Major Siegfried Knappe, who fought for the German Army in virtually every major campaign during the conflict - was wounded numerous times - ended up in the Fuhrer bunker with Adolf Hitler near the end of the war where he served as a communications expert, shuttling back and forth between the front lines and the final German defenses - spent five years in various Soviet prison camps after the war - and finally made his way to East Germany, where he helped his family escape to the west. The amazing Major Knappe finally made his way to the United States. This is a very good book about a good soldier and a good family man. Similar to the movies "Das Boat" and "Cross Of Iron," I found myself pulling for Knappe and his comrades to get out of their perilous situations. Fascinating and easy to read. Not to technical. I loved it - and so did my father.

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