Malinki the Medic
By Peter A. Brandt
Published by Peter A. Brandt
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Published: March 24, 2012
Words: 89,793 (approximate)
Malinki The Medic: From Child 'Prisoner Of War" to Old Age - The Life of Gerd J. Brandt
Growing up in Prussia (East Germany) was a wonderful experience for a young boy born into a Prussian diplomats family. That all changed when World War II began and at the age of fourteen, Gerd Brandt was swept up into a Russian POW camp and barely stayed alive working as a camp medic. This story shows a glimpse of the other side of the war - from the eyes of a little boy taken as a War Criminal, his fight to survive, his life as a German Polizei after his return and eventual immigration to a life in Canada.
, prisoner of war
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