By Albert Holl,Tony Le Tissier
As he strikes from camp to camp around the Soviet Union, an unsparing inside of view of the criminal approach and its inhabitants of ex-soldiers emerges. He describes the lifestyle within the camps – the crowding, the airborne dirt and dust, the chilly, the ubiquitous danger of illness, the compelled marches, the indifference or cruelty of the guards – in actual aspect.
The Soviets taken care of German prisoners as slave labourers, operating them exhaustively, in usually appalling stipulations. The prisoners may possibly simply struggled to outlive, to aid one another, and desire opposed to desire to come back home.
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After Stalingrad: Seven Years as a Soviet Prisoner of War by Albert Holl,Tony Le Tissier