Goodbye, Transylvania

A Romanian Waffen-SS Soldier in WWII

Sigmund Heinz Landau

This rare memoir is the gripping account of a foreigner who served with the Germans on the Eastern Front and provides a vivid, firsthand description of World War II combat. Sigmund Heinz Landau, a Romanian fighting with the Waffen SS, was a participant at the siege of Budapest and the final battle for Berlin in 1945.
Publication date:
August 2015
Publisher :
Stackpole Books
Language:
English
Series :
Stackpole Military History Series
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9780811715829

Dimensions : 229 X 152 mm
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£13.95

Overview
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• Rare memoir of a foreigner serving with the Germans on the Eastern Front.
• Firsthand descriptions of combat at the siege of Budapest and the final battle for Berlin in 1945
• Insights into what motivated soldiers to fight for Nazi Germany
• Copies of the out-of-print original edition are highly prized

This rare memoir is the gripping account of a foreigner who served with the Germans on the Eastern Front and provides a vivid, firsthand description of World War II combat. Sigmund Heinz Landau, a Romanian fighting with the Waffen SS, was a participant at the siege of Budapest and the final battle for Berlin in 1945. His account of his actions in these conflicts shares valuable insights for readers into what motivated soldiers to fight on behalf of Nazi Germany.