The Eastern Front 1943. A massive Russian offensive has fragmented the German frontlines forcing them into a fighting retreat back towards the Oder River to establish defensive bridgeheads in an attempt to slow the Soviet masses. However elements of the 1st SS LAH Panzer division have managed to hold their positions within these lines and have withstood the brunt of the Soviet onslaught. Due to sketchy communications they are unaware that a major retreat has taken place as they continue to press forward into the increasing Red Army hoards, often forced into bloody hand to hand combat. Will word reach these men that they are in fact alone and pushing on in the wrong direction? Or will they realise their situation only to be engaged in a deadly race backwards through enemy held territory strewn with death and destruction to reach the Oder River and relative safety before the Russians reach its banks? Book reviews online: PublishedBestsellers website.
About the author
I was born in 1964 near the town of Mulheim West Germany whilst my father was serving in the British Army as a Sergeant Major. I was the second of two sons, the first of which went on to serve as air crew in the Royal Air Force. Around 1967 my father was posted back to England where we settled once again near Durham. My life was good and secure with plenty of encouragement from my immediate family. By 1971 our army life was over and we were on the move again to live near family on the south coast where we still remain today. My schooling was not dynamic in any way as I floated along in the mainstream achieving average results at best in most subjects. The most vivid memory that remains with me from my time at school was being paid a compliment in front of the whole class by our most hard line teacher at the time for a fictional story I had written about a mongoose and a cobra, quite something at the time for a child usually unnoticed in the class from day-to-day. From school I went to work like most young people, to do any job I could get at the time but always hoped that one day I would be able to achieve a reasonable stature in life. Through relentless hard work and complete focus I eventually entered the motor industry and worked my way up to position of Dealer Principal in a company that I have spent the last twelve years in order to support my wife and son, and also my passion for WW2 History–a passion that I have had for as long as I can remember. Seven years ago I joined a WW2 Living History Re-enactment Group based in the South East to live out my dreams of experiencing times gone by. I regularly attend public shows around the country as well as offers of film work. It has been at these events, where I have met elderly veterans from various countries, and from listening to their varied experiences combined with my own, that sowed the seed of my fledgling WW2 Eastern Front action novel “Alles Fur Deutschland”.
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