For all the WWII movies, and History Channel programmes, this audio book was an eye opener to the Actual Horrors experienced by One Denis Avey, a British POW. Very interesting, I could not stop listening.
A Journey of a man through the war. Not too much in depth detail day by day, but snippets of off the critical pieces over those years with just the right amount of detail as lived through and experienced by Avey.
Awesome Narrator... Calm, soulful, meaningful delivery.
Horrified at the atrocities of the Concentration Camps.
My Favorite Listen So Far.
Was a very good listen, I enjoyed the informative analysis and naration. However, at 07H46 into the book, almost the end, a Statement was made that the South African Apartheid Government supported the Nazi's in Word War II....
What a fail!
In Fact, South Africa On September 4, 1939, the United Party caucus refused to accept Hertzog's stance of neutrality in World War II and deposed him in favour of Smuts. Upon becoming Prime Minister, Smuts declared South Africa officially at war with Germany and the Axis.
Would have given a 4 or 5 star Rating if not for the obvious misinformation as stated above.
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