Remembrance Day: Thirteen Attempts in Prose to Adopt an Attitude of Respect

Remembrance Day: Thirteen Attempts in Prose to Adopt an Attitude of Respect

By: Zwerenz, Gerhard

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Couple of light stains to the bottom edge. Jacket has light edge wear and some of the laminate is peeling, but protected now in a new Mylar cover. Short stories set during World War II, primarily from a German viewpoint, inspired by the horrors and waste of war and the fears of life under totalitarian governments. The author, born and raised in Germany, joined the Nazi Army at 17, deserted to Russia two years later, where he was imprisoned for four years, released into East Germany, and eventually fled with his family to West Germany and freedom. 167 pages.

Title: Remembrance Day: Thirteen Attempts in Prose to Adopt an Attitude of Respect

Author: Zwerenz, Gerhard

Categories: Fiction,

Edition: First U.S. Edition

Publisher: New York, Dutton: 1966

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Seller ID: 02488

Keywords: WORLD WAR II SHORT STORIES FICTION GERMANY RUSSIA,