Related Texts to the German Soldiers of the Holocaust
Spencer Morgan And Dieter Hedrick, one American, one German, are both young and eager to get into action in the war. Dieter, a shining member of the Hitler Youth movement, has actually met the Führer himself and was praised for his hard work. Now he is determined to make it to the front lines, to push back the enemy and defend the honor of the Fatherland.Spencer, just sixteen, must convince his father to sign his induction papers. He is bent on becoming a paratrooper -- the toughest soldiers in the world. He will prove to his family and hometown friends that he is more than the little guy with crooked teeth. He¹ll prove to his father that he can amount to something and keep his promises. Everyone will look at him differently when he returns home in his uniform, trousers tucked into his boots in the paratrooper style.
Soldat: Reflections of a German Soldier, 1936-1949
"Soldat": Based on Siegfried Knappe's wartime diaries, "Soldat" (the term for a German private), chronicles how Hitler motivated an entire generation to carry out his monstrous schemes, and offers stunning insight into the life of a soldier in Hitler's army from his introduction as a private to his capture as an officer by the Russians.