Mr. P. Noble

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It Never Snows in September: The German View of Ma&hellip by Robert J. Kershaw
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Bit Suspect, 7 Aug 2006
I read this well written book with great interest, but ultimately found it rather dull. Facts and figures unkown to me that are probably true and very thought provoking are ruined by the numerous unverified account by SS soldiers, who inevitably want to distance themselves from Hitler and claim that THEY were the victims of atrocities, when all they did was help enemy wounded and civilians etc. It really makes an otherwise mildly interesting book seem a bit far fetched. At least Ryan had his accounts verified by 3 seperate people who didn't know each other before he used them. But really, if you want to read accounts of SS men moaning about being victimised, (and a lot of the units fought… Read more

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