Three German World War Two novels
We Shall March Again, The General and The Savage Mountain
All are the first printing and all are hardbacks in dustwrapper.
1. Gerald Kramer—We Shall March Again. Jonathan Cape, London, 1955. A Berlin lawyer becomes an Army translator in 1939, is intoxicated by the swift victories but is soon reminded of the freedoms indispensable to human dignity.
2. Karlludwig Opitz—The General. Frederick Muller, London, 1956. A novel of a German officer in battle, defeat, prison, as a war-criminal, in retirement and finally on the eve of the creation of a new German Army.
3. Willi Heinrich—The Savage Mountain. Wedenfeld & Nicolson, London, 1958. A novel of the crumbling German Eastern Front, a kidnapped German general and Czech partisans.
All three books are in strong readable condition, the dustwrappers have a little wear but all are in a protective sleeve.