Hitler's Last Army
After the Second World War 400,000 German servicemen were imprisoned on British soil – some remaining until 1948.
These defeated men in their tattered uniforms were, in every sense, Hitler’s Last Army.
A very well written book retelling people’s experiences of being a German POW during and after WWII. The various stories are cleverly interwoven with background information taking one back to a different time which most of us have no knowledge or experience of. Highly recommended for anyone who just likes reading about other people’s lives and experiences. Couldn’t put it down until I’d finished it – very unusual for me.Paula D.Amazon review
Probably the best book on the subject in the last 20 yearsMatthew SmaldonRecollections of WWII blog