De Fordömtes Legion



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Hassel served in the Danish merchant navy till 1937, when he moved to Germany to join the army He served with the second Panzer Division stationed at Eisenach and in 1939 was a tank driver during the invasion of Poland A year later he attempted to escape because of being mentally exhausted He was transferred to a Sonderabteilung, a penal unit manned by criminals and dissidents He served with t

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • De Fordömtes Legion
  • Sven Hassel
  • Romanian
  • 09 December 2017

10 thoughts on “De Fordömtes Legion

  1. says:

    First read this about 25 years ago when I went through a period of reading a bunch of Sven Hassel books Now they ve reissued them I thought I d read it again.There seems to be a bit of confusion over how much of his books are autobiographical and how much based on events or just plain made up From what I can gather this is the most autobiographical of the lot though and the first one he wrote.An antiwar book that shows how he was...

  2. says:

    War is hell Sherman said it, but it might just as well have been said by a German tank soldier on the Eastern Front in the Second World War Partially auto biographical, and partly historical fiction, Legion of the Damned is the story of one such soldier, Sven.Sven isn t an eager soldier He hates the Nazis He deserts and winds up in a prison camp, but by 1941, the Werhmacht s need for soldiers is so acute that he is released into a prison unit And then that unit is sent to join the invasion of the USSR Through Sven s eyes we see the horrors of modern, mechanized warfare first hand We also see the profound wrong ness of the Nazi regime.The book is entertaining and, at times, very exciting One of my very favorite sections was the description of the great tank battle at Kursk from the perspective of Sven within his Tiger tank As I read I could feel him almost peeing his pants in sheer terror The real magic of the book, however, is not in the depiction of the fighting or in the often amusing stories of Sven and his comrades behind the lines The real magic is in the slow, everyday, callous loss of humanity among Sven and his comrades....

  3. says:

    After 100 pages read from this book I ve already said to myself that I DO not like this book, because it s to boring even though it s about WW2, which is my obsession But at some point, the main character, Sven, said that people think that war is someting wow, something romantic and they always expect great stories from it But the only thing that a war do is to destroy people and their humanity and minds It simply let them empty When I read that I realised that I was thinking the same way and I started to look at the book in a different way At the end, when I closed it, I was sad and I was about to cry Soon enough I found out that I was happy when the characters were happy, I was sad when they were having a hard time or when someone died Barbara s death shocked me the most, even though she wasn t that important In my opinion, If a book can make me feel this way than it s a good book What I liked the most was th...

  4. says:

    It is a must read novel for as many people as possible, especially for the ones that did not participated in any war Its purpose is to spoil the heroic vision regarding wars and to show that there is nothing good in such an acti...

  5. says:

    En realidad tampoco estuvo en casi ninguno de los escenarios que nos presenta, pero qu m s da G nero Novela.Lo que nos cuenta El Gefreiter Sven Hassel es condenado a quince a os de trabajos forzados por deserci n en una vista celebrada el ltimo a o de la Segunda Guerra Mundial Primero sufrir la dureza del Campo Disciplinario de Lengries , despu s tendr que desactivar bombas durante su estancia en el Campo de Fagen, volver a Lengries para trabajos forzados en sus minas y canteras y, finalmente, es destinado a servir una compa a disciplinaria des...

  6. says:

    Din p cate, fiind prima sa carte, n aceasta nu doar c e cel mai slab ca scriitur , dar i face erori factuale grosolane din care este evident c nu a fost personal pe Frontul de Est un exemplu se retrag pe jos de la Moscova deci e vorba de dec 1941 i ajung l ng Stalingrad Pe jos 1000 de km ntr un singur mar , iarna Iar n dec 1941 nem ii nu erau nici pe aproape de Stalingrad, unde au ajuns un an mai t rziu Alt exemplu sunt bombarda i i regimentul pierde 600 tancuri n 1944 Un regiment german cu 600 tancuri cifra corect ar fi fost undeva la 120 ideal, iar n 1944 idealul era dus de mult Amuzant la maxim Din fericire, n restul c r ilor devine mai documentat i corect istoric mai pu in fantasy ul Comisarul , alt carte ridicol de a lui , precum i un scriitor mai bun tiu pt c le am citit deja pe toate de c te 2 3 ori i renun la ploconelile fa de nving tor...

  7. says:

    There is much controversy on the Internet as to whether Sven Hassel s autobiographical books are true or fiction, whether he was what he claims to be and whether he exists at all or is a fictional identity created by someone else Well, it is obvious that the books cannot be taken at 100% face value However, taking into account that this, the first book was written 12 years before any of the others, and that it appears to cover his entire wartime experience, my impression to say that it is genuinely autobiographical something that emphatically cannot be said for all later books The obvious inaccuracies may arise from a desire to protect the identities of those with which he served it is notable that he only gives biographical details about the deceased Whether other alterations have been made for sel...

  8. says:

    I d always avoided these books because the covers put me off, they always seem a bit Yay the SS Hence my surprise when the book was actually extremely condemnatory of the SS and the whole German regime at the time.So quite why the book designers decided to put Sven HaSSel emblazoned in bold on the cover I do not know The guy clearly hated the S...

  9. says:

    I have read this book about 4 times, at large time intervals, and it still has the same powerful impression on me I admire the story itself beacuse of it s cruelty to the reader, who is spared of nothing. I think it s an amazing window through which we can see one small, real...

  10. says:

    I am aware of the controversy that swirls around the author but if even half of this stuff is true and maybe only half is it is still mighty disturbing Despite brief interludes of fleeting happiness, the book is a relentless cascade of brutality Such atrocities had a stupefying effect on one For a long time I went about in a state of queer, dull resignation and was on the point of being infected by my companions belief that we were all doo...

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