47 Days: The True Story Of Two Teen Boys Defying Hitler's Reich
  • 47 Days: The True Story Of Two Teen Boys Defying Hitler's Reich
  • 47 Days: The True Story Of Two Teen Boys Defying Hitler's Reich
ISBN: 0997780061
EAN13: 9780997780062
Language: English
Pages: 72
Dimensions: 0.17" H x 8.5" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

In March 1945 Hitler ordered his last propaganda command: send all 15 and 16-year old boys to defend the fatherland. 47 DAYS tells the true story of G nter and Helmut, best friends, who dared to defy and disobey. Without knowing how long the war might continue, they spent 47 harrowing days as fugitives on the run. Being caught meant certain execution.

47 DAYS is a novelette, an excerpt from the novel, SURVING THE FATHERLAND--A True Coming-of-age Love Story Set in WI Germany, a sweeping saga of family, love, and betrayal against the epic panorama of WI which illuminates an intimate part of history seldom seen: the children's war.

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   Great book for your teens
Easy to read. The 76 page long true story of how 2 teenage boys defied Hitler's Reich. My nephews loved it. My nephews loved it. The other is 14 and the other is 12.
 
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   For your history fan
Kids want to know what life was like for other children during certain time periods. This is a direct link to the past. Very descriptive and well written by my son, who loves history and learning about the world wars. Anything that helps children learn and relate is aces in my book.
 
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   Its only a few chapters read.
This book is a few chapters taken from the book Surviving the Fatherland, Surviving the Fatherland. As I had ordered this book already, 47 Days was a waste of money. I should have read the previews more carefully. 47 Days is entertaining, but should not have been compiled, as it is not complete and too short a read.
 
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   If you read surviving the fatherland you do not need ...
If you read surviving the fatherland, you do not need this book. It is all in it. Surviving the fatherland is a must read, surviving the land.
 
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   I could not put this down. Had to buy the whole book!
This is an outgrowth of the book, Surviving the Fatherland. I ended up getting the book. I could not put it down. I was stationed in 1984-1987 in West Belin, Germany, and thought I knew everything about war. This shows the position of the average Germans in their villages, as they fought to survive the war. I knew nothing about them. I lumped everyone together, not realizing how non-Nazis lived and suffered. I highly recommend '' these books.
 
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