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This is audiobook #4 in the Casca Series.

It was easy for Casca to go along with some of the basic premise behind the Nazi war machine. These men were soldiers, hard fighting men born of the same militaristic outlook that had sustained him since that fateful day at Calvary.

Inevitably, the high sounding ideals of the Third Reich revealed hidden horrors. In the background is always The Brotherhood. Discovering this hidden organization, and as the war begins going badly for the Nazis, Casca loses faith in the Fuhrer and other leaders. Finally, Casca has no choice but to visit the bunker in Berlin, a visit perhaps more important to the world than any other act he has ever committed.

©1980 Barry Sadler (P)2002 Books in Motion

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Great series!

Narrative simply the best, storyline amazing and fulfilling! What a walk through history, from start to finish a must read or listen too..

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  • nick
  • palmdale, CA, United States
  • 07-30-11

casca panzer sodier

i love this audio.. the story was spell-bounding.. the narrator was flexible and convincing, he brought the human substance to all his characters. the human drama and tragedy that was the Russian front.. that few of us know.