Nightmare memoir: Four years as a prisoner of the Nazis
This chronological memoir by an ex-French soldier of his four-year captivity by the Nazis is truly a "nightmare." Letulle, a postwar U.S. resident, writes in a simple, rough, yet extremely compelling style. His account is accurately described in Amos Perlmutter's foreword as "Kafkaesque in recitation of the horrors visited on the victims of Nazi terror." It is a grim tale of incredible sufferingsuffocatingly crowded boxcars, cruel working conditions, endless despair, brutality, starvation, etc. The ultimate nightmare is mentalas a hospital assistant Letulle witnessed horrifying human experiments. If further evidence of wartime bestiality is needed, it will be found to a shocking extent in Letulle's recollections of his many places of confinement. Clifton E. Wilson, Univ. of Arizona, TusconCopyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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