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Hard to know where to begin...
Firstly, this is not a memoir. This book is the editor's version of events, minus the "political correctness" of "liberal authors", who apparently use biographical style to mislead audiences. Without irony, we are then informed this very book will be presented as an autobiography, followed by an argument for the righteousness of the Nazi invasion of Russia as a pre-emptive war. That the editor of the book one is about to begin reading believes that to begin a war justly extends to a justification of how that war is fought should set alarm bells ringing, even before the rant against the shortcomings of "Western historians".
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