Struggle and War is translated from the Third Reich original Kampf and Krieg. The author, Kurt Eggers, was the editor of the SS newspaper Das Schwarze Korps and an SS war correspondent. After he was killed on the Russian front in 1943, an SS regiment was named after him: the SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers.
In short, Kurt Eggers was a true National Socialist warrior-poet, whose works provide a fascinating look into the soul of the ideal SS warrior.
As the author himself states, he gave Struggle and War to his comrades on the first day he took to the field. It is essentially a short compilation of excerpts, both prose and poetry, from his other works, including: Comrades, The German Demon, The Birth of the New Millennium, Fate-Brothers, Brave Life and Courageous Death, The Homeland of the Strong, German Poems, For Germany and German Affirmation.
Note: "the law" refers to an inner law based on true nature. It is akin to being true to oneself, but it goes deeper than just that. This inner law is race-determined and bonds Nordic man to the folk and, ultimately, to all of creation.
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