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My Enemy, By Brother by Helen Heavirland
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My Enemy, By Brother

by Helen Heavirland

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0816322090, Paperback)

It was anything but quiet on the Russian Front. Here we were - young men who had nothing against each other; front-line soldiers drafted to do a job we didn t want; shooting at each other, killing each other, not because we wanted to . . . but because someone hundreds of miles away ordered it. The two great dictators of the twentieth century, Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin, were calling the shots. By the end of World War II, German military losses would account for 64 percent of all Axis combat deaths. The Soviet Union would likewise bear 64 percent of the military deaths of all the Allied forces. "My Enemy, My Brother" is the true story of a young German soldier on the Russian Front. Georg Grellman was nineteen when he was drafted into the German army infantry. "Just do what you have to do to try to survive," was the advice of a more seasoned comrade.

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