By Arthur O. Maujoks, Jr. and Michael S. Eldredge. "Christmas 1942... Outside, my tears froze before they hit the ground in the minus 40 degree Celsius temperature. From other bunkers I could hear the soft refrains of familiar carols drifting into an otherwise still night. Desperately I gazed into the heavens searching for answers that I knew would not be there. The Spirit seemed so close, yet so far away. The stars flashed brilliantly in the deep blue-black sky, just as they had for eons since God's second day of creation. The magnificence of the heavens above me was a sharp contrast to what lay below. Scattered in the snow were burned out hulks of tanks and the unrecovered remains of Russian and German soldiers frozen in their final earthly agony, a surreal scene of death and destruction juxtaposed on an otherwise calm setting." Mill Creek Press 307 pp. with Index
SHADES OF GRAY MEMOIRS OF A PRUSSIAN SAINT ON THE EASTERN FRONT
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