By David Fraser
Here the reader will locate grand technique on the maximum point, but additionally the truth of command within the box and the event of wrestle for the infantry, gunners and the tankers because the British military fought its method in the course of the warfare. yet in particular this can be a complete, authoritative and vividly written account of the British military within the moment global warfare because it got here to grips with, and after all triumphed over, its enemies within the field.
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371 PART THREE Silence Chapter X — The Search ………………………………….................... 401 Chapter XI — Anguish …………………………………....................... 425 Chapter XII — The Way of Absolute Detachment ……………………. 487 Chapter XIII — “We shall begin again” ……………………………..... ………………………… 576 vii FOREWORD This book is merely an account of my arrest and trial, in western occupied Germany, in early 1949, on the charge of Nazi propaganda, and of my subsequent life in jail. , through the eyes of a non-German follower of Adolf Hitler.
And I thought, also, of the unseen, everlasting Power, source of all strength and of all greatness, whose glory I had witnessed a whole night long, with my own eyes in the lava and flames of Mount Hekla in eruption, less than two years before; the One Whom the Hindus call Shiva, Lord of the Dance of Life and Death. “Put Thy strength in me. ” I prayed within my heart. “The truth I am here standing for is Thy Truth, — the eternal truth. ” And I was filled with a wave of immense, serene, unearthly joy.
I prayed within my heart. “The truth I am here standing for is Thy Truth, — the eternal truth. ” And I was filled with a wave of immense, serene, unearthly joy. Looking straight at the men before me, with a happy face, I said simply: “I am a National Socialist, and hope I shall remain faithful and worthy to the end. You can do whatever you like to me. ” I remember my words, uttered in German, clearly and with ease, in the stillness of that whitewashed room, before those Germans who had accepted to collaborate with the enemies of Germany for reasons better known to themselves — perhaps because they really hated our Ideology; perhaps just because they had families to feed.
And We Shall Shock Them: British Army in the Second World War by David Fraser