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Georg Grossjohann

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The late GEORG GROSSJOHANN enlisted in the Reichswehr from his hometown in East Prussia in 1928 as a soldier bound for twelve years service to the Weimar Republic. His World War II service began as an NCO in the Polish campaign and ended as a regimental commander. In between he earned the Iron Cross and other awards for bravery on the battlefield.

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Five Years, Four Fronts
A German Officer's World War II Combat Memoir
Written by Georg Grossjohann


Format: Paperback, 288 pages
Publisher: Presidio Press
On Sale: January 25, 2005
Price: $7.99

An infantryman who rose from the enlisted ranks to regimental command in combat, Georg Grossjohann fought on four different fronts during World War II, but saw most of his fighting–from 1941 to 1944–against Russians in the Soviet Union and Romania. He provides shattering glimpses of the horror and chaos of the... Read more >
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