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THE SKIES OVER KAZAKSTAN. (Originally Titled "Der Himmel Uber Kazakstan); - Konsalik, Heinz.  (translated from German By Charles Lewis.)
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THE SKIES OVER KAZAKSTAN. (Originally Titled "Der Himmel Uber Kazakstan); - Paperback

1998, ISBN: 9780427003136

Hardcover, ID: 553931276

Short Hills, NJ, 1998, Burford, paper reprint of 1950 edition, 5 1/4 x 8 1/4, 192 pages, map, illustrations. ...................................................... On 26 April 1944, Generalmajor Karl Kreipe, commanding the German forces occupying Crete, left HQ at Heraklion for his personal quarters. He never arrived. Instead, he was driven past 24 of his own guard posts, acknowledging the sentries' salutes while a hidden British officer pressed a gun into his side. 20 days later Kreipe and his chief abductors - Major Patrick Leigh-Fermor and the author - reached British-held Cairo. ............................................................ One of the finest true adventure stories of the last war, this justly famous book describes the secret landings, the plan, the stalking and kidnapping, and the escape of the motley crew of kidnappers and their victim. Moss's sharp eye brings to life the national characteristics of the German soldier, the British officer, and the Cretan andarte characteristics which often showed themselves all too strongly during the days of `monotony, and sweat, and thirst, and sickening fear' in the mountains, hiding from a huge Nazi manhunt. The tale (based on Moss's own diaries) is told with humour and tolerance and, the fear and discomfort forgotten, is today remembered as one of romantic valour. The exploit earned even the Germans' grudging admiration, and showed them that their most exalted commanders were not safe from death or capture. ...............................................................William Stanley Moss, MC and Bar, was born in 1921 and educated at Charterhouse and abroad. Like Patrick Leigh-Fermor, he packed his teens with travel and adventure, returning in 1939 from a log cabin in Latvia by way of a yacht in order to join the Coldstream Guards. During a second clandestine trip to Crete he was betrayed by Communist sympathisers and had to fight his way out, and he served for the remainder of the war with guerrillas in Macedonia and Siam. He wrote a highly praised novel, The Hour of Flight, and an account of the rest of his wartime adventures, A War of Shadows., New York, NY, U.S.A.: Random House, Incorporated, 1991 Hardcover in dust jacket. Eve has always felt fear about the Holocaust. Her readings gave her more questions than answers: How had Hitler come to and remained in power? What was the role of women under his reign? Eve worries that when the last Holocaust survivor dies so will the memory. On her fortieth birthday she has her arm tattooed with the number of an Auschwitz victim, a woman in a picture who reminds Eve of herself and whom she names Eva. The man Eve loves is appalled by the tattoo and wants her to have it removed, but she can't; it has taken on its own meaning. When people ask about the tattoo Eve makes up stories about Eva, and in these stories she finds answers to her questions. In Eve's stories, Eva becomes at different times, a Red Cross nurse, a poor German woman, a nun with commitments to a power higher than the Third Reich. As a gynecologist performing an illegal abortion, Eva "was in the middle of the curettage when the Gestapo started pounding on the door. She gestured to Heidi [her assistant] to sit quietly and do nothing while she calmly and methodically finished up just as they smashed in the door glass." All these Evas suffered at the hands of Hitler; it didn't matter if they supported, were indifferent, or opposed him, he took their lives., Random House, Incorporated, 1991, London: Delectus Books, 1998 SPECIAL PRICE FOR AUGUST ONLY! Ms. Pearson's perverse imagination is given full reign in this superb novel about a select club of young women dedicated to extreme female domination. We are introduced to the various members of the club and delight in some of their bizarre activities. They include a sadistic pair of identical twins, Greta, the blood drinking German vixen and a mistress and maid who, while clad in rubber, perform enforced buggery and watersports on their hapless victim. The book culminates in a huge orgy of whipping and screwing in the fully equipped rubber floored dungeon of Buckley manor. Already a bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic this book has already outsold any previous Delectus publication. "This incredible book will transport you into another strange, intense, and, at times, claustrophobic world..contains the most extreme acts of male degradation ever published...Delectus have, once again, come up with another lost classic." New York Press. "Bursting at the seams with fetishistic flagellation by rubber-clad mistresses." Marquis. "This girl knows her stuff..Amazing!" Forum.. First Thus. Paperback. New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Delectus Books, 1998, London, England, Great Britain, UK: Tattoo Book./W.H.Allen/Wyndham, 1978. 218 pages. "Caught in a whirlpool of violence, Rudolf Bergner was transported like an animal, from Stalin's Russia to Hilter's Reich. He and hundreds like him were crushed between two savage armies, the victims of hideous atrocities and mindless cruelty... Few survived the onslaught of the rampaging, blood-thirsty soldiers. Few wished to. Yet one refugee did survive, scarred and solitary, at the mercy of the terrors of Kazakstan." >>> Deep crease in front cover.. First Edition By This Publisher. Soft Cover. Good.. Illus. by Wraparound Painted Cover!. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.., Tattoo Book./W.H.Allen/Wyndham, 1978

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Konsalik, Heinz. (translated from German By Charles Lewis.):

THE SKIES OVER KAZAKSTAN. (Originally Titled "Der Himmel Uber Kazakstan); - First edition

1978, ISBN: 042700313X

Paperback, ID: 16398752432

[EAN: 9780427003136], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Tattoo Book./W.H.Allen/Wyndham, London, England, Great Britain, UK], GERMAN SOLDIERS, WW2 WWII WORLD WAR TWO II 2 NAZI VIOLENCE, RUDOLF BERGNER WAS TRANSPORTED LIKE AN ANIMAL, FROM STALIN'S RUSSIA TO HILTER'S REICH. CRUSHED BETWEEN SAVAGE ARMIES, THE VICTIMS OF HIDEOUS ATROCITIES AND MINDLESS CRUELTY. FEW SURVIVED ONSLAUGHT RAMPAGING, BLOOD-THIRSTY SOLDIERS. ONE REFUGEE DID SURVIVE, SCARRED SOLITARY, AT MERCY TERRORS KAZAKSTAN.", 218 pages. "Caught in a whirlpool of violence, Rudolf Bergner was transported like an animal, from Stalin's Russia to Hilter's Reich. He and hundreds like him were crushed between two savage armies, the victims of hideous atrocities and mindless cruelty. Few survived the onslaught of the rampaging, blood-thirsty soldiers. Few wished to. Yet one refugee did survive, scarred and solitary, at the mercy of the terrors of Kazakstan." >>> Deep crease in front cover. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.

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THE SKIES OVER KAZAKSTAN. (Originally Titled "Der Himmel Uber Kazakstan); - Paperback

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London, England, Great Britain, UK: Tattoo Book./W.H.Allen/Wyndham, 1978. 218 pages. "Caught in a whirlpool of violence, Rudolf Bergner was transported like an animal, from Stalin's Russia to Hilter's Reich. He and hundreds like him were crushed between two savage armies, the victims of hideous atrocities and mindless cruelty... Few survived the onslaught of the rampaging, blood-thirsty soldiers. Few wished to. Yet one refugee did survive, scarred and solitary, at the mercy of the terrors of Kazakstan." >>> Deep crease in front cover.. First Edition By This Publisher. Soft Cover. Good.. Illus. by Wraparound Painted Cover!. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.., Tattoo Book./W.H.Allen/Wyndham, 1978

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Skies Over Kazakstan
Author:

Heinz G. Konsalik

Title:

Skies Over Kazakstan

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9780427003136

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780427003136
ISBN (ISBN-10): 042700313X
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1978
Publisher: Tattoo Books

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ISBN/EAN: 9780427003136

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0-427-00313-X, 978-0-427-00313-6

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