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Milena from Santa Madre di Kazan. Scherzo. Santa Maria Maddalena. Italia. wrote on 22/09/2021 at 16:04
Hi, I'm 25 and I discovered Sven's books when I was 15-16 and I feel like a newbie compared to someone who read them 20 years ago or more. But I love them incredibly and have a very strong bond with his books. I think I found them at a time when I was in dire need of friends. I really wanted to meet Sven just to thank him, but sadly I couldn't. I really appreciate this page that continues to keep him and his works alive. Every day I try to keep Sven and his works alive because I am very fond of them: I love writing fanfictions about Sven and his characters, talking about his books, encouraging people to do it, I have a mug with a print of Sven, different t-shirts themed you and a sweatshirt, I love to commission drawings on the characters and create music playlists that remind me of the characters. Not long ago on fb I created an initiative on my page in which every day, for a month, I published a quote or dialogues from his books to try to involve other people and bring them closer to his books, just because Porta in "Cursed by God" he took the liberty of saying that no one cared about them and the stories they had to tell! I took it very personally and wanted to prove it was wrong ahaha! I have two Sven characters tattoos on my body and this year one of the stops on my traveling holiday was Montecassino. All this to say: thank you for the work you do with this page and for keeping it alive and active. Beyond the very important message they leave on a moral level and the fact that I think they should be… Read more
Hi, I'm 25 and I discovered Sven's books when I was 15-16 and I feel like a newbie compared to someone who read them 20 years ago or more. But I love them incredibly and have a very strong bond with his books. I think I found them at a time when I was in dire need of friends. I really wanted to meet Sven just to thank him, but sadly I couldn't. I really appreciate this page that continues to keep him and his works alive. Every day I try to keep Sven and his works alive because I am very fond of them: I love writing fanfictions about Sven and his characters, talking about his books, encouraging people to do it, I have a mug with a print of Sven, different t-shirts themed you and a sweatshirt, I love to commission drawings on the characters and create music playlists that remind me of the characters. Not long ago on fb I created an initiative on my page in which every day, for a month, I published a quote or dialogues from his books to try to involve other people and bring them closer to his books, just because Porta in "Cursed by God" he took the liberty of saying that no one cared about them and the stories they had to tell! I took it very personally and wanted to prove it was wrong ahaha! I have two Sven characters tattoos on my body and this year one of the stops on my traveling holiday was Montecassino. All this to say: thank you for the work you do with this page and for keeping it alive and active. Beyond the very important message they leave on a moral level and the fact that I think they should be read in schools as a warning, his books mean a lot to many people. <3 Thank you. R.I.P. Sven.
David Rico Deira from Madrid wrote on 21/08/2021 at 07:20
Hola Here we have a fanfic podcast based on the original characters of Sven Hassel. Its very enjoyable to hear new adventures, but its available only in Spanish. https://www.ivoox.com/hf-63-8211-koenigstiger-1944-sven-hassel-fanfic-audios-mp3_rf_66808302_1.html
Hola Here we have a fanfic podcast based on the original characters of Sven Hassel. Its very enjoyable to hear new adventures, but its available only in Spanish. https://www.ivoox.com/hf-63-8211-koenigstiger-1944-sven-hassel-fanfic-audios-mp3_rf_66808302_1.html
Fausto from Bologna, Italy wrote on 14/08/2021 at 14:24
Ciao! È sempre un vero piacere rileggere i romanzi di Sven! Oramai non so più quante volte li ho letti. Mi piace poi navigare in questo splendido sito. Complimenti e avanti a tutta forza!!
Ciao! È sempre un vero piacere rileggere i romanzi di Sven! Oramai non so più quante volte li ho letti. Mi piace poi navigare in questo splendido sito. Complimenti e avanti a tutta forza!!
Alfred from Buenos Aires wrote on 31/07/2021 at 00:24
Thank you very much for this webpage! Porta's kitchen section really sorprise me. Cheers!
Thank you very much for this webpage! Porta's kitchen section really sorprise me. Cheers!
HECTOR A ARANDA LASES from TULANCINGO HIDALGO. MEXICO wrote on 26/07/2021 at 15:40
SALUDOS DESDE MEXICO. EN LO PERSONAL DESCUBRI LOS PRIMEROS LIBROS DE S. HASSEL HACE MAS DE 40 AÑOS, TENGO TODA LA COLECCION Y LOS LEO Y VUELVO A LEER Y ES TODA UNA DELICIA.
SALUDOS DESDE MEXICO. EN LO PERSONAL DESCUBRI LOS PRIMEROS LIBROS DE S. HASSEL HACE MAS DE 40 AÑOS, TENGO TODA LA COLECCION Y LOS LEO Y VUELVO A LEER Y ES TODA UNA DELICIA.
Mike from Southampton wrote on 24/06/2021 at 18:41
Just read a message in this guestbook saying the world hasn’t seemed the same since reading Sven’s books, that sums it up for me, too. I hope people read them forever more. What Sven and his comrades went through will always be with me. RIP Sven.
Just read a message in this guestbook saying the world hasn’t seemed the same since reading Sven’s books, that sums it up for me, too. I hope people read them forever more. What Sven and his comrades went through will always be with me. RIP Sven.
Alan from Pretoria, South Africa wrote on 11/06/2021 at 16:33
Begging to report: "At the age of 15 discovered most of the collection in my grandmother's closet. Have read them all thrice over. Now at the age of 60, I prize them even more.
Begging to report: "At the age of 15 discovered most of the collection in my grandmother's closet. Have read them all thrice over. Now at the age of 60, I prize them even more.
Manuel from Barcelona wrote on 25/02/2021 at 01:49
Felicidades, rezaré por las almas de todos los personajes que fueron ejemplo para los libros, muy buenos, por cierto. Gracias, Sven…
Felicidades, rezaré por las almas de todos los personajes que fueron ejemplo para los libros, muy buenos, por cierto. Gracias, Sven…
Tom Mcgrath from Dover wrote on 04/01/2021 at 01:36
Read all Sven's novels many times over the years & got great pleasure from them, thankyou. "And Obersturmbahnfuhrer Ritter can shove that up his shitter" Will always remain with me.
Read all Sven's novels many times over the years & got great pleasure from them, thankyou. "And Obersturmbahnfuhrer Ritter can shove that up his shitter" Will always remain with me.
Andrew Stimpson from Bradford wrote on 21/12/2020 at 11:07
I'm so pleased to find that this page exists. I discovered Wheels of Terror around 1982 c/o my Grandad. His work has always stayed with me and I still have my complete collection of Corgi editions. I was honoured to write an obituary for Sven for The Quietus after his passing and found this page whilst looking for images as I prep an episode of my podcast (Breakfast in the Ruins) that will cover Wheels of Terror. Thanks for being here!
I'm so pleased to find that this page exists. I discovered Wheels of Terror around 1982 c/o my Grandad. His work has always stayed with me and I still have my complete collection of Corgi editions. I was honoured to write an obituary for Sven for The Quietus after his passing and found this page whilst looking for images as I prep an episode of my podcast (Breakfast in the Ruins) that will cover Wheels of Terror. Thanks for being here!
Tony Mortimer from ILFRACOMBE wrote on 13/12/2020 at 20:17
Finally, after nearly 50 years I have discovered the name of Odin's pig. That really bugged me but I can rest easy now. Thanks…
Finally, after nearly 50 years I have discovered the name of Odin's pig. That really bugged me but I can rest easy now. Thanks…
john rook from norwich england wrote on 11/12/2020 at 13:03
at 74 years old just read the 14 books againfor the 10nth time a writer of amazing insight and perception, may future generations read these books and learn from them
at 74 years old just read the 14 books againfor the 10nth time a writer of amazing insight and perception, may future generations read these books and learn from them
Les H from Barnsley wrote on 06/12/2020 at 23:52
Read all your books in my early 20's Thank you Rest in peace Sven
Read all your books in my early 20's Thank you Rest in peace Sven
Simon Baker wrote on 14/11/2020 at 12:17
I´ve read all the books started in my early 20´s. Love them all. RIP Sven
I´ve read all the books started in my early 20´s. Love them all. RIP Sven
gary brier from LEEDS wrote on 07/11/2020 at 23:50
Thanks for introducing me to the world of war literature .At 16 /1976 you were and are one of my favourite writers.The world never looked the same.
Thanks for introducing me to the world of war literature .At 16 /1976 you were and are one of my favourite writers.The world never looked the same.
Ronald Romkema from Zeewolde wrote on 21/09/2020 at 10:42
RIP Sven, I still love your books, I have them all for decades.
RIP Sven, I still love your books, I have them all for decades.
Jesse from Altona wrote on 31/08/2020 at 02:42
It has been almost 40 years since I read these as a young soldier. Looking forward to reading them again.
It has been almost 40 years since I read these as a young soldier. Looking forward to reading them again.
Gilson Prado Rodrigues wrote on 24/08/2020 at 18:27
Um dos melhores escritores da II guerra mundial!!!
Um dos melhores escritores da II guerra mundial!!!
David Meer from Thornton Heath wrote on 18/08/2020 at 21:27
love these books and have read them over a few times. My cat is called Hassel . They will never get the recognition they deserve because the are anti hero . Steeped in realism and written by one of the losing team . Which is why i think they stand out .
love these books and have read them over a few times. My cat is called Hassel . They will never get the recognition they deserve because the are anti hero . Steeped in realism and written by one of the losing team . Which is why i think they stand out .
Martin Conway from dublin wrote on 04/08/2020 at 00:48
Sven is the best. Rip.
Sven is the best. Rip.

 

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