Malinki The Medic

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Growing up in Prussia (East Germany) was a wonderful experience for a young boy born into a Prussian diplomats family. That all changed when World War II began and at the age of fourteen, Gerd Brandt was swept up into a Russian POW camp and barely stayed alive working as a camp medic. This story shows a glimpse of the other side of the war - from the eyes of a little boy taken as a War Criminal, his fight to survive, his life as a German Polizei after his return and eventual ...
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Overview

Growing up in Prussia (East Germany) was a wonderful experience for a young boy born into a Prussian diplomats family. That all changed when World War II began and at the age of fourteen, Gerd Brandt was swept up into a Russian POW camp and barely stayed alive working as a camp medic. This story shows a glimpse of the other side of the war - from the eyes of a little boy taken as a War Criminal, his fight to survive, his life as a German Polizei after his return and eventual immigration to a life in Canada.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441456397
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 7/4/2009
  • Pages: 340
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.71 (d)

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Peter is the author of a published romantic comedy and continues to write as well as explore life as a TV and Film actor.Peter is married and has five children and lives with his wife Carly in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. As someone who is always looking for new challenges, Peter is developing a line of simple help booklets through his publishing company "Simple Simon Publishing."
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2012

    Information about a great transition in history and how one man perserved

    Many unpredictable and unpreventable tragedirs of loss of everday life family andbasic needs to survive and how Malinck drew inner strength and remined courageous tostay alive A good account of a man who lost all and managed to turn things around A little choppy to read but after awhile it is easier to follow Very worthwhile see if you have these characters to survive insteaf of complaing and whining

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