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About the Author
The late Georg Grossjohann (1911–1992) enlisted in the Reichswehr in 1928 as a Zwölfender ("Twelve Point Buck"), a soldier bound for twelve years' service to the Weimar Republic. His World War II service began as an NCO officer aspirant in the Polish Campaign, and ended as a regimental commander. In between, he earned numerous decorations, including the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross.

He was a professional Reichswehr-enlisted-man-turned-officer by a Wehrmacht in need of commissioned leaders for its vastly expanded ranks. He had no time for snobbery or frippery, and enjoyed life when he could. Far from being a cad or roué, however, he was a decent, straightforward soldier who shared hardship with his men, set the example, did his job . . . and expected others to do the same.

  Five Years, Four Fronts
The War Years of Georg Grossjohann, Major, German Army (Retired)
by George Grossjohann,
Translated by Ulrich Abele
  • 28 original maps.
  • 30 original photos and facsimiles of military documents from the author's collection.
  • 204 pages including appendices, bibliography & index
  • Soft Cover: 6" x 9" format
  • ISBN 10: 0-9666389-3-X
  • ISBN 13: 978-0-9666389-3-6
$14.95 Retail
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