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SS Englander: The Amazing True Story of Hitler's British Nazis by [Meyer, Eric]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2239 KB
  • Print Length: 226 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Swordworks (23 May 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003NSC54U
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #159,263 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Where do I start?!

I bought this book on the pretext that it was a 'True Story', as advertised on the front cover. When you get to read the introduction, he plainly states that he hasn't got the facts at all, nor was he allowed to have a look at any evidence beyond a 'quick dinner and glance at the records'. He says that he writes this book as 'a novel' and has openly made things up where he wants to.

Along with clearly ridiculous errors, such as General Paulus' HQ being right next to the very front line early on in the battle for Stalingrad, Meyer appears to be inventing everything to concoct a pro-Nazi fantasy.

Don't waste your money, unless of course you have a strange sense of humour or a fetish for Nazi fairy tales.

Rubbish.
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I bought this book wondering if it might give some new insight into the story of the small number of Britons who joined the British Free Corps and other parts of the SS. Instead, on the title page of 'SS Englander: the Amazing True Story of Hitler's British Nazis' is a disclaimer to the effect that it is entirely fictional. The story is nonsensical, witless fantasy; the illustrations appear to be photoshopped images of a couple of fat blokes in fake SS uniforms posing with replica guns. Seriously, if you are more than about eight years old, don't waste your money.
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I don't profess to be a great reader, of any books, but I do consider myself a good judge of a story.

The story jumps from one time during the war to another time in stalingrad. The story is not realistic because of the ease of a Russian woman working for the SS during a skirmish in Stalingrad, also the ease of a Russian officer who helps them during a skirmish. Because the story jumps to Berlin then back to Stalingrad during each chapter, it has a fairly predicatable outcome. The writer seems to have over explained the potential for death in every episode and in my opinion, over explains it, when clearly he informs the reader in a previous part of a chapter that the key figure is in another place and time in the future. The story only covers one Englander within the SS, and with his jumping to Germany and other countries during the war to allegedly recruit POW's to the SS Free Corps, it becomes tedius and frankly a waste of time reading. The ending is also abrupt and disappointing to say the least. I am sure this is based on some truth, with a writers imagination thrown in for good measure. If you like war based stories I think this will disappoint you.
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Ignore the "amazing true story" blurb on the front,this is a work of fiction.As i don't read fiction I feel totally ripped off.Shame on Amazon for selling this misleading garbage
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This is NOT a true story, just a load of rubbish, I would not recommend this book to anyone even if it was free.
Rick.
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Don't bother with this if you are after facts. read instead Britisches Freikorps by Richard Landwehr if you want any more accurate info on the British soldiers views on the SS unit.
Fiction only in this book - and not that good either.
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Absolute rubbish...should never of wasted my money. All he has done is written a fantasy based on fact and he expects you to believe he actually has oral history from one of the former members......garbage!!!!! It reads like a Sven Hassel story.....and that's all it is.
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An insight to another war one that is rarely spoken of to this day. How much is factual remains an interesting question but a fast read one that took no time to go through, I would say that some of the facts seemed to be repeated a lot to fill in but that was ok once you accepted it, the relationship between Wolf and Tatiana sometimes seemed to slide into the soft porn which seemed weird but I guess for a book about soldiers on the eastern front was an attempt to put it into a context of every minute could be their last but as I said a fast paced read overall
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