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by Hans Peter Richter

eBook I was there ePub
Author: Hans Peter Richter
Language: English
ISBN: 0030919819
ISBN13: 978-0030919817
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1972)
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 247
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ePub file: 1311 kb
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Hans Peter Richter (1926–1993) was a German author. Richter wrote many books for children and young adults

Hans Peter Richter (1926–1993) was a German author. Born in Cologne, Germany, went to school in Germany, went to the university of Hannover, and graduated in 1968. He also spent some of his life in the German army. Richter wrote many books for children and young adults. Notable among them is the novel Friedrich (in German Damals War Es Friedrich), about the persecution of Jews in Germany during Hans Peter Richter (1926–1993) was a German author. He also spent some of his life in the.

Hans Peter Richter was a German author, born in Cologne, Germany. However there is also a lot of confusion in the book. Since the story is extracted from memories, presumably from an adult Hans Peter Richter retelling the story, the story is very fragmented

Hans Peter Richter was a German author, born in Cologne, Germany. He went to school in Germany, studied at the university of Hannover, and graduated in 1968. Since the story is extracted from memories, presumably from an adult Hans Peter Richter retelling the story, the story is very fragmented. There is almost a stream of memories that don't quite connect to each other. You really have to pay attention and are often left with many questions mainly about how we got from point A to point B.

Hans Peter Richter (1925–1993) was a German author. He was born in Cologne, Germany, went to school in Germany, studied at the university of Hannover, and graduated in 1968. Richter wrote many books. Notable among them is the novel Friedrich (in German Damals war es Friedrich), about the persecution of Jews in Germany during The Holocaust.

Hans and his friend Gunther, are just trying to get through life with Adolf Hitler being elected in Germany.

A young German boy narrates his experiences in the Hitler youth movement during the early years of the Third Reich. Hans and his friend Gunther, are just trying to get through life with Adolf Hitler being elected in Germany. Gunther's father was against Hitler, but eight-year-olds Hans and Gunther join the SS youth program, and later enter the military, where they are swept away by Hitler's regime.

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Hans Peter Richter (1925–1993) was a German author The Time of the Young Soldiers. The Time of the Young Soldiers. He also published several books on sociology and psychology. Hans Peter Richter was married to Elfried Feldman and had four children Ulrike, Claudia, Leonore, and Gereon.

A young German boy narrates his experiences in the Hitler youth movement during the early years of the Third Reich.
Adrielmeena
What's there is interesting, but the original text I have learned (which was several hundred pages) has been reduced to less than a third in the book's publication in this country decades ago. I ordered it for research for a novel that I am writing and am disappointed that it hasn't
been faithfully translated from the German. If it were, likely I would give it a five star rating. It's a valuable document that should not have been altered for editorial "needs."
from earth
The experiences of the author as a young man in Hitler's army!
Dainris
This, in many ways, is a strange sort of tale. On the one hand we do get a pretty good viewpoint of what it was like to serve in the Hilter youth. There are supporting characters like Heinz and Otto and there is a story and a very powerful one at that.

However there is also a lot of confusion in the book. Since the story is extracted from memories, presumably from an adult Hans Peter Richter retelling the story, the story is very fragmented. There is almost a stream of memories that don't quite connect to each other. You really have to pay attention and are often left with many questions mainly about how we got from point A to point B.

Up until the end, the book leaves the reader with many questions left unanswered. I found myself desiring to learn what happened to these people (those that lived) and how what were their lives after the war. Unfortunately, we never find out in this book. It's incomplete and many questions remain. Despite all that there is much to learn in this book and Germany is a lesson that should never be forgotten. Highly recommended reading for that reason alone!
Frostdefender
I read this and it did not really seem so great. The book is an autobiogrophy of the author when he was in the Hitler youth Movement. It tells what he and his friend Heinz and Gunther went through while they were in the movement. The author and Hienz are enthusiastic about the movement but Gunther seems to always struggle through and Gunther was pressured into joining the movement because his family was poor and he did not want it seem like he was different from all the other boys. I gave it 4 stars because I learned alot of stuff from the book. I learned that you could lose your respect from the Hitler movement by doing anything that disobeyed, even if you didn't do it on purpose you would still lose respect. I learned that If you were near a jew, you'd get hurt. And I learned in the movement that you were expected to do everything no matter what, even if you had to go somewhere with your family you stll had to do your duties. But the book itself wasn't good but it was okay. Usually with autobiogrophies, you would feel the way the author feels but the way Hans Peter Richter wrote the book, I did not feel the passion as he did. I would have given this 3 stars but because I learned alot stuff, I thought it deserved an extra star.
Punind
Recommendation I would recommend this book to anybody 12 and older because this book is meant for serious readers. I also would recommend that if you read this book you should have some interest in history because if you don't know what the Jungvolk is you wont understand half of the book. This book demonstrates how the young boys were forced into the Military, For Example when Otto was asked By the Commander of the Hitler Youth, "And how come you didn't join the Hitler Youth." When they weren't doing anything for the Hitler youth, they were like the soldiers slaves and they also were made fun of quite often by the soldiers. One time the soldiers said at the party to the boys when they were helping out, "What kind of milksops do we have here." So I would definitely recommend this book to people who have interest in History.
Breder
Interesting subject: an insider's look at what it was to be a member of the Hitler Youth. Unfortunately, this short autobiography becomes too quickly muddled and difficult to follow, leaving the reader apathetic to the real drama and heartbreak of the story's reality. I suspect this has something to do with the translation to English...the author's account obviously deserves a better treatment than it's getting here. A much larger, but more gripping novel, is HITLER's LAST COURIER which tells of a boy drafted into military service at the end of the war.
Phobism
I'll have to admit, 'I was There' told a good story. I've always wondered about the German people during World War II. But I gave it two stars cause I didn't like the way it was written. The flow was jerky and the paragraphs were way too short. There was almost nothing about how the narrator felt, only description of his actions. The whole book went by too fast. I didn't like the protagonist not having a name, either.
The book "I was There" is about world war 2 and how Hitler took advantage of the Jews. In the book it talks about two nazi friends (Heinzand Gunther). In the book it talks about how heinz and the narrator really wanted to work with Hitler and how Gunther didnt want to but he was prusserd by hi family. The boy did the third Reich on the jews.But the book is mainly about how that period of time changed there lives forever. It changed Heinz into a whole differnt person when he saw a jew getting killed. It changed Gunther's life because he was actully pressured into killing someone that didnt even do anything wrong.But it changed the narrators life the most because he was the one that was in charge of alot of the killing.Another thing the book talks about is how the boys regrat doing everything.And if they could change it they would. That is about the whole book.
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