Apr 08, 2020
Liquidate Paris
Posted by Sven Hassel

From the wartorn steppes of Russia, from the slopes of Monte Cassino, the stunned, bloody remnants of Hitler s armies were gathered to fight the last battle of the German Reich the battle of the Western Front And as the Allies advanced upon Paris, the war erupted into its most ruthless, most savage and cruel phase Across the scarred, corpse strewn landscape of northernFrom the wartorn steppes of Russia, from the slopes of Monte Cassino, the stunned, bloody remnants of Hitler s armies were gathered to fight the last battle of the German Reich the battle of the Western Front And as the Allies advanced upon Paris, the war erupted into its most ruthless, most savage and cruel phase Across the scarred, corpse strewn landscape of northern France, the men of the Panzer tank corps retreated fighting a suicide action as they went

  • Title: Liquidate Paris
  • Author: Sven Hassel
  • ISBN: 9780552086035
  • Page: 111
  • Format: None
  • Liquidate Paris From the wartorn steppes of Russia from the slopes of Monte Cassino the stunned bloody remnants of Hitler s armies were gathered to fight the last battle of the German Reich the battle of the Weste

    AnaVlădescu

    This is the same Sven Hassel that I read for the first time when I was 12 years old, falling in love with war stories and the sheer amount of ways you can tell said stories I m happy to go back to him from time to time, because now I also know the historical context of whatever battle he s writing about In this book, D Day made an appearance, and as I ve been to the Normandy war cemetery and read as much as I can on the subject, I can integrate these soldiers in a grander picture The writing is [...]


    Anna

    Quite a nice read Bad guys making their way to survive not caring much for the rules.


    Andreas Schmidt

    Altro romanzo in pieno stile Argberg come gi sperimentato negli altri libri, la battaglia, che d inizio a questo libro, si presenta come fosse pura poesia Liquidate Parigi ha come collocazione storica i mesi che vanno dallo sbarco alleato in Normandia, ai primi di giugno del 1944, fino alla fine di agosto Data entro la quale parigi sar liberata La guerra si svolge in questo lasso di tempo, con scontri, massacri, ritirate dell esercito tedesco E il 27 , la quinta compagnia, secondo gruppo, di cui [...]


    Leonard

    I discovered Sven Hassel s many books back in the 1970 s I was in my early twenties, newly married and ready to settle in an armchair and read The War had ended twenty five years previously, my father playing an active part in the fighting, so I was intrigued to get an insight into the War from the other side, get a different view This was long before the wonders of the internet and Kindle I devoured them, bought the paperbacks one after the other, read them all Of course, as sometimes happens, [...]


    Ercan

    This is book does not contain so much character description but especially environment description I think we all need those descriptions for the imagination of the scenes This made the book not so fun to read.I may have got attention to this because of I read Trevanian s The Summer of Katya at the same time I read so gorgerous and excellent character and environment descriptions in the scenes in that book.


    Procyon Lotor

    6th Liquidate Paris chapter by chapter 1 No Quarter Given In Section Ninety one On the French coast Tiny Little John in this book talks about swimming to England Heavy bombardment heralding the Normandy Landings Porta decides to eat his emergency iron rations The landings begin Lots of fighting Shell shock Sven remembers Copenhagen before the war and explains how he got to Germany British tank attack 2 The Last Hour Listening in to coded messages on the BBC Talk about burying casualties with the [...]


    David Miller

    In this book Hassel returns to the short story format of the earlier books in the series this book is a collection of vignettes, related only in that they all take place in Paris shortly before it s liberation from the occupying German army.In the closing pages Hassel claims the commanding German general did not raze the entire city to the ground, only because he did not receive the necessary tanks and mines in time to do it not at all because he felt Paris actually ought to be spared It may be [...]


    Hobbeldehoy

    The same formula as Wheels of Terror and Legion of the Damned but not quite as good Certainly easy and quick to read because it s a novella size than the other two books, the irony is there, the savagery is there but it s of a lazy effort by the author compared with the other two.Still it s worth reading but I think the author was running out of steam here and reads like fiction than faction because the other books are supposedly based on real experiences, how much is gloss we ll never know b [...]


    Robert Roby

    I love this book It s a real treasure , in my opinion It made me laugh at some points , and cry at other points It s one of my favorite Sven books I really recommand this to you guys , if you like the WW II stories


    Iain Watson

    Tuhotkaa Pariisi by Sven Hassel 1995


    Hatice

    Son derece deh et verici, sava n anlams zl n ve irkinli ini kan tlayan y zlerce an var kitapta.Unutmamak i in okunmal


    Radu

    Not good, not great An equivalent of a light movie


    Petersch

    One of my favourite war novell Sometimes very funny, its really surprised me



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