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Alan from UK wrote on 17/01/2016 at 20:51:
Is there a list available anywhere of the translators who did the english versions?
Is there a list available anywhere of the translators who did the english versions?
Mike from USA wrote on 15/01/2016 at 21:43:
I found an old copy of The Beast Regiment at a local thrift store - what a lucky find! I was highly impressed with it - Sven's writing per chapter is full of adventure and comedy though notwithstanding the shock and horror of combat. At the moment I'm wra
I found an old copy of The Beast Regiment at a local thrift store - what a lucky find! I was highly impressed with it - Sven's writing per chapter is full of adventure and comedy though notwithstanding the shock and horror of combat. At the moment I'm wra
Gary Ayre from United Kingdom wrote on 14/01/2016 at 10:21:
in 1980 i was in a remand home in blyth, newcastle were i read all of his books and which helped me keep from going insane however, I had no idea then that the characters were real and fact based till today. rest in peace Sven Hassel with deep gratitude
in 1980 i was in a remand home in blyth, newcastle were i read all of his books and which helped me keep from going insane however, I had no idea then that the characters were real and fact based till today. rest in peace Sven Hassel with deep gratitude
Lee Davis from UK wrote on 13/01/2016 at 19:46:
Re-reading all these books after nearly 25 years. RIP Sven,and hoping the unfinished last novel will be published.
Re-reading all these books after nearly 25 years. RIP Sven,and hoping the unfinished last novel will be published.
søren christensen from denmark wrote on 11/01/2016 at 13:07:
I a former panzer soldier (danish) is a great fan of Sven Hazel, I admire him for those great books and love to read them again and again. greatings to all readers of Sven Hazels books.
I a former panzer soldier (danish) is a great fan of Sven Hazel, I admire him for those great books and love to read them again and again. greatings to all readers of Sven Hazels books.
Juliánusz Németh from Hungary wrote on 11/01/2016 at 01:06:
My favourite author, RIP. I read his books again again 🙂
My favourite author, RIP. I read his books again again 🙂
Alan Middleton from Australia wrote on 06/01/2016 at 10:27:
Just finished reading them all again for the 3rd time. Bummer he never got to finish the 15th book. RIP Sven and the crew
Just finished reading them all again for the 3rd time. Bummer he never got to finish the 15th book. RIP Sven and the crew
Matt Knight from England wrote on 04/01/2016 at 20:19:
An excellent author with a unique writing style, should be compulsory reading for all young men.
An excellent author with a unique writing style, should be compulsory reading for all young men.
Timo Tuohimaa from Suomi Finland wrote on 20/12/2015 at 17:15:
Hasselin kirjat vakuuttaa sodan brutaalisesta puolesta. Hän kertoo myös Suomen sodasta
Hasselin kirjat vakuuttaa sodan brutaalisesta puolesta. Hän kertoo myös Suomen sodasta
mark taha from britain wrote on 14/12/2015 at 17:23:
Pity Major Mike didn't appear in more than one book.
Pity Major Mike didn't appear in more than one book.
Coco Moll from Romania wrote on 13/12/2015 at 20:26:
It makes me feel like I was close to Sven in his life spend in war. This books are a must have in any home. RIP Sven
It makes me feel like I was close to Sven in his life spend in war. This books are a must have in any home. RIP Sven
David hartless from Canada wrote on 08/12/2015 at 02:01:
Started reading these books as a youth growing up in England and loved them back then. When I came to Canada I had to leave them behind but have since collected all of them again due to their Impact.
Started reading these books as a youth growing up in England and loved them back then. When I came to Canada I had to leave them behind but have since collected all of them again due to their Impact.
Pawara Siriwardane from Sri Lanka wrote on 30/11/2015 at 18:59:
I was able to read the book legion of damend.it's a great novel i've read. i love it's raw language used. then i was able to read the next book wheel of terror. as it says i was really terrible. but i belive each and every letter in that book reveals the
I was able to read the book legion of damend.it's a great novel i've read. i love it's raw language used. then i was able to read the next book wheel of terror. as it says i was really terrible. but i belive each and every letter in that book reveals the
Jarno Palander from Finland wrote on 30/11/2015 at 14:07:
Nice!!
Nice!!
Dougie Quinn from Scotland wrote on 19/11/2015 at 21:18:
I enjoyed reading the books as a teenager and still re-read them now.
I enjoyed reading the books as a teenager and still re-read them now.
Mark Jenner from UK wrote on 16/11/2015 at 22:55:
First read all the books 40yrs ago. I have just re-read them and appreciate the sentiment behind the story so much more. A classic set of books I could not be without.
First read all the books 40yrs ago. I have just re-read them and appreciate the sentiment behind the story so much more. A classic set of books I could not be without.
Howard Johnston from United Kingdom wrote on 09/11/2015 at 14:43:
I read a great many of the books as a teenager in the 1970s. I am now catching up on those I missed and have introduced them to my own teenage son (who has been studying the Russian Front at school in history). I seriously think all 14 books (and the 15th
I read a great many of the books as a teenager in the 1970s. I am now catching up on those I missed and have introduced them to my own teenage son (who has been studying the Russian Front at school in history). I seriously think all 14 books (and the 15th
Dookie from Czech Republic wrote on 08/11/2015 at 20:35:
I'm a big fan of literary novels like Farewell to Arms, Painted Bird. 'All Quiet on the Western Front,' is touted as the great German perspective war novel, but Legion of the Damned was much better. This is a book you can read at in any point in time and
I'm a big fan of literary novels like Farewell to Arms, Painted Bird. 'All Quiet on the Western Front,' is touted as the great German perspective war novel, but Legion of the Damned was much better. This is a book you can read at in any point in time and
stanley hatfield from usa wrote on 06/11/2015 at 20:32:
read my first one while in the navy in 1973.liked it so much i bought several more and loved every one of them.lost them all over time,and now i am about to retire,so i am going to buy them all again
read my first one while in the navy in 1973.liked it so much i bought several more and loved every one of them.lost them all over time,and now i am about to retire,so i am going to buy them all again
Darren Grant-lloyd from Australia wrote on 01/11/2015 at 07:55:
Wow! I read these books as a kid and they gave me the taste for history that most other sources gloss and tart over. thank you for an insight into an interpretation of history. This is a tribute to horrors, that, sadly, politics appeals to reproach. May
Wow! I read these books as a kid and they gave me the taste for history that most other sources gloss and tart over. thank you for an insight into an interpretation of history. This is a tribute to horrors, that, sadly, politics appeals to reproach. May

 

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