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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. They were known as the Old Man’s unit — the most savage section in the whole German army. They were seasoned front-liners — veterans of the trenches. In the deadly cactus forest, Tiny, Porta and the rest found a place God had forgotten ever existed.

When their water rations ran out, th They were known as the Old Man’s unit — the most savage section in the whole German army. When dell water rations ran out, they came close to madness from thirst in the blistering hell which surrounded them. There hassdl ready to commit murder for a drink. Paperbackpages. Published April 1st by Cassell first published October 1st Legion of the Damned To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Lists with This Frenre. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 28, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: Maybe the speed with which 27th Panzer Regiment moves between the fronts is amazing and unbelieveable, but the books is still good. It shows the brutality of war and difference what is in places where war is distant and “life” on frontline.

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The book shows also sometimes being a misfit and not paying attention to regulations can save your life. Nov 27, Bogdan rated it it was ok Shelves: From the start, I must say that I never considered myself a fan of Sven Hassel’s literature and this novel did not made me change my mind.

This one is the third novel I have read in the span of last couple of years and to be frankly, I expected at least something different between them. They are not, of course, exact copies but the tone, the characters, the situations are pretty much the same. Did it not happen anything sben in that war? I doubt it as other writers found some other aspects to wr From the start, I must say that I never considered myself a fan of Sven Hassel’s literature and this novel did not made me change my mind.

I doubt it as other writers found some other aspects to write regarding the same historical period. Well let’s take it one by one and analyze the novel in several aspects, in order to rate it. Apparently, it has no premise as the author just describes various hilarious stories involving him and his colleagues from the 27th Panzer Regiment during World War II.

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But after reading some of it, the reader may come to the conclusion that the author wanted to display the dfl of war, so that such a thing will not repeat in the future.

Unfortunately, from various hints, Xel am not convinced the author truly believed in such a premise and thus, that it was the main book message. More likely, he did not thought of a message, but just wanted to describe some funny stories during war time that would entertain the reader. I will give it a 2 for premise. On the form element, I have the most things to reproach to Sven. Frentr of all, camaaradas first half of the novel, the one that takes part on the Greece front, it is very badly written.

Paragraphs without any connections with the preceding ones pop frentw at almost every page and the narrative line is so interrupted that it is hard to follow. Secondly, the author changes the narrative voice from first person to third person for a chapter.

Also the rest of the novel is not flawless. The main point that I challenge it is the sick humor. Although it can make you laugh at times, it is not a book for the faint hearted. So I cannot rate it more than 1 at form.

In terms of originalityit is clearly taking up the model from Sven’s Hazsel of Damned series. But it is more that just applying the same recipe, only changing slightly the background. It is using the same type of situations, that I thought at a moment that I am re-reading parts of the first novel camarwdas the series.

I will rate it with a 2, as this recipe seems to have been invented by Sven. The characters are highly stereotypical and do not seem real. Plus, they are the same as in the previous ten novels from the series.

Fel from the filling characters that are there just to play a small part in one of the story, the main bulk of characters that form the main gallery seem to be absolutely the same. They are never changed from one novel to the other and appear to be immortal. They can pass through the enemy lines, fight on all European fronts from the WWII and still none of them dies. And they do not change. They have the same traits as in the original novel and despite being in the greatest war on Earth, they remain pretty much the same persons.

I did not liked this at all, so I will rate it with a 1. Regarding the complexity and difficultyI believe the novel is pretty simple. It was perhaps just another one made on the same recipe of the Legion hqssel the Damned. As it worked out the first time, it must work out this time as well.

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I will rate it with a 1 for complexity and difficulty. The last criteria is dek. I read a Kindle edition translated into Romanian, and the translation was pretty good for the most part.

I wished the editor would use some kind of separators for the first part between various stories happening in the same chapter, as it was pretty hard to follow.

I will rate it for edition with a 3, as there were no other major issues. To summarize, the novel seems just another clone of Legion of Damned.

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It has few original things in it and the level of credibility is almost none. Even if it is a fiction work, I expect svfn stories within it to be credible. All in all, my final rating for the novel is 1.

Mar 25, Sicofonia rated it it was ok. Being a huge fan of Sven Hassel I got very disappointed after reading this. Very little action in comparison to the early titles from the same author. The story takes place in the Balkan and Greek front lines initially, to finish up on the Eastern front. By surrealistic I mean both funny and silly things.

There’s specially one thing that got me baffled, and Being a huge fan of Sven Hassel I got very disappointed after reading this. There’s specially one thing that got me baffled, and that’s when a Ferrari sports car is mentioned in a discussion among the soldiers.

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Given the fact that Ferrari didn’t produce their first road car untilhow come its name appears in a WW2 conversation??. Other than that, there’s a extremely funny story in the book. It’s when Porta gets a fur coat packed of fleas, and he is able to sell it to several characters.

Most notably to one Oberst who sworn to kill Porta after suffering a massive attack from the fleas. But as I said, expect very little action from this book. If you knew Sven Hassel already, then I suppose you might enjoy this one. If not, by all means try one of the earlier titles Legion of the Damned, Wheels of Terror which are more accurate and far entertaining than this.

Como todo los de Sven Hassel. O los quieres o los odias. The Darjeeling tea incident is one of the funniest things I have ever read. Read the book just for this chapter: The Girl Sergeant Attack on Russian tank unit including female soldiers.

Porta gets hold of some coffee. Long, long speech from Frenge Anti-tank Description of anti-tank fighting. The section retreats in a tank The Tepluschka Descriptions of winter cold and wolf attacks. Section finds a Tepluschka rail wagon. Porta and Tiny visit a supplies depot and carry out an inspection. Long description of enormous feast. Before Moscow More fighting. The section goes to Moscow with a group of Brandenburger commandoes.