Bannemann, Gunther.


New ed., 1962. 256 pp. D.j., 20 x 13cm. A little wear to d.j., & fading to spine of d.j., but no loss and o/w V.G. This is the story of a deserter from the Afrika Korps told in his own words. The night the author, a corporal, received a letter from his mother informing him that his father had been hanged by the Gestapo he was through with Hitler. From that moment British, Arabs, Italians, Germans - all were his enemies. He was determined to head for Portuguese territory where an uncle lived in neutrality. This is the story of a German soldier who took what he believed to be the hard way out.

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