But we do not yet seem to have stopped the machine guns. He took a great risk in doing so, knowing that the discovery of his chronicle would have marked him for death. When he landed in France in Novemberhe could not help documenting all he saw, even though writing diaries was strictly forbidden.
They play host at all sorts of brilliant receptions, while we live like cavemen, like blind moles. To reach the Volga and take Stalingrad is not so difficult for us.
Her diary ends suddenly on May 25,when she made a dangerous journey to safety across Lake Ladoga. Our progress towards the hospital was interminably slow, until finally, my legs, stiff from drying blood, refused to carry me farther.
Gresty — a lad who was a sergeant of mine — was the worst, his body full of gaping holes. I am completely broken and cannot seem to find myself. It seems a long time to wait and I think, whatever happens, we shall all feel relieved once the line is launched.
In the entries, Grimshaw — who was known by the nickname "Endy" — describes his days matter-of-factly and and with little embellishment. In fact one must curb the tendency lest it should become a fascination. He ran for a tree and jumped behind it and I let him have four more there.
In the popular imagination, Japanese kamikaze pilots are fanatical imperialists eager to sacrifice themselves for their country.
While this may have been true in some cases, other pilots had a very different story to tell. The soldiers look like corpses or lunatics, looking for something to put in their mouths.
He died 10 years later at the age of Poles were forced to begin digging graves in the Jewish cemetery. I saw the killed go down the line. This she objected to, but there was no choice.
The area of the city they inhabited saw a fatality rate of 27 percent. Jews were beaten and kicked; it made no difference whether they were men, women, or small children.
They even refused to accept a glass of water from us. Fritz, of course, strafed back in reply, causing us some uneasiness and a few casualties before even we reached the line.
It was a terrifying day, I cannot describe everything that took place. Around him a lot of fellows with weary faces. Landau was documented as being particularly brazen in his ill-treatment of Jews, randomly shooting at them from his window as they walked down the street.
The trenches are ankle deep — some places calf deep — in mud and the communications trenches are rushing streams of brown water.
In Februaryhe was assigned to serve as a suicide pilot. As Charlie climbed into enemy view — leading the men of B Company, 22nd Manchester Pals Battalion into action — his loyal batman, Private Arthur Bunting, was close behind.
In the meantime a bunch of soldiers had come into our garage to hide. I trust they will not claim too many of our lads before the day is over. He was clearly torn between patriotism and love for his family, whom he knew he would never see again.
The night passed noisily and with a few more casualties. The following day, Klukowski noted that the German SS had already left the village, leaving the Polish military police in charge of locating any remaining Jews. The entry from December 26, stands in stark contrast to his attitude during the summer: It was very, very sad.
Shells flying everywhere," Grimshaw continues on Jan.In The Line of Fire is the English translation of an original, handwritten German diary written during World War I, The Great War, by Teofil Tobias Reiss. Teofil Reiss was an /5(34). I've read some of the other review's about WWII Diary of a German Soldier and have to add that not every German went along with the madman Hitler.
According to documentaries there were 42 attempts to kill him, I hope that shows the world that not everyone in Germany was a NAZI/5(8). Jul 18, · Charlie May's War: Secret diary of a WWI officer who longed for home The secret diaries of a First World War British Army officer tell of life in the trenches, of rats and death and a longing to Author: Jane Warren.
97 rows · Memoirs & Diaries - Introduction Many of the combatants of the First World War recorded.
Diary entries experiences of a British soldier Many of the combatants of the First World War recorded the daily events of their experiences in the form of a diary.
Some were published after the war and have become celebrated. Jan 23, · From The Trenches To The Web: British WWI Diaries Digitized: Parallels The British National Archives is posting million pages of World War I .Download