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10 thoughts on “Cimmerian: A Novel of the Holocaust

  1. Jody Jody says:

    I found this for free onand I am so glad It is a tale of the Holocaust told through the eyes of a young German who works at one of the concentration camps The young German boy, for he is barely 18, has been wounded in a battle against Russia He has spent some time at home getting better when his uncle, an SS man, got him an easy job working in a concentration camp I have read many books on the Holocaust and have wondered what could drive a man to treat others that way This book ex I found this for free onand I am so glad It is a tale of the Holocaust told through the eyes of a young German who works at one of the concentration camps The young German boy, for he is barely 18, has been wounded in a battle against Russia He has spent some time at home getting better when his uncle, an SS man, got him an easy job working in a concentration camp I have read many books on the Holocaust and have wondered what could drive a man to treat others that way This book explains the mental breakdown that occurred in the war and especially in the camps among the guards I am not making excuses for those guards because some of them were just plain mean but others were broken mentally and lashed out as a result of their surroundings It was a horrible time for all who were involved This was a great fictional book but it reads as if it is the diary of a young German guard This is one of those that I may read again


  2. Steve Steve says:

    A Holocaust novel told from the viewpoint of a perpetrator rather than a victim Not sure if it entirely succeeds but it is certainly a powerful read.


  3. marvin shults marvin shults says:

    Disturbing ReadShould be mandatory reading for all high school students.A very vivid portrayal of what happens with blind obedienceto power hungry Governments that promise everything for free, but once again proves that there is no such things as a FREE LUNCH Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely.


  4. Pam Cline Pam Cline says:

    The verdict is still out on this one.


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Cimmerian: A Novel of the Holocaust [Read] ➺ Cimmerian: A Novel of the Holocaust ➶ Ronald Watkins – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In the final months of World War Two, a young German finds himself serving as a guard at a Nazis concentration camp Having escaped the horror of the Eastern Front he now descends into a new kind of He In the final months Novel of PDF º of World War Two, a young German finds himself serving as a guard at a Nazis concentration camp Having escaped the horror of the Eastern Front he now descends into a new kind of Hell The Holocaust told through the eyes of the oppressor Powerful and relentless A must read.

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  • Cimmerian: A Novel of the Holocaust
  • Ronald Watkins
  • 10 January 2018

About the Author: Ronald Watkins

Ronald J Watkins is Novel of PDF º the author ofthan books He holds a BA in history and an MS in justice studies Following his university studies, he first worked as a probation officer and presentencing investigator in the Superior Court He is a former chief administrative law judge and was the assistant director of the Arizona Department of Insurance where he Cimmerian: A eBook â served as the state of Arizona s chief insurance fraud investigator His first book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, was the well received account of the impeachment of Arizona s governor, Evan Mecham Written just one year after events and based on hundreds of interviews with participants, it remains the definitive account of the last impeachment of an American governor His work A Novel of Epub â as a probation officer influenced his early books In only one capital case did he recommend execution This led to his second book, Evil Intentions, a gripping account of murder It was followed a few years later by Against Her Will, the story of the murder of Kelly Tinyes in Valley Stream, Long Island, New York The author played an instrumental role in establishing American caselaw to protect the rights of writers under the First Amendment His struggle to protect his sources as he wrote Birthright, the saga of the Shoen family which founded and owned U Haul International and of the then unsolved murder of Eva Shoen, received national media attention including an editorial in the Los Angeles Times, an appearance on NBC s PrimeTime and was the subject of an episode of Under Scrutiny with Jane Wallace Radio, television and newspapers across the country depicted and praised his steadfast refusal to name names In , the United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit in Shoen v Shoen, Frd th Cir issued a landmark decision on his behalf when the court held for the first time in United State s history that writers of non fiction books have the same rights under the US Constitution as newspaper reporters and can protect both confidential and non confidential sources When he refused to comply with the demands of a second subpoena in he was again found in contempt of court by a another Federal judge for refusing to disclose sources and this time was ordered imprisoned until he complied A Federal arrest warrant was issued and US Marshals searched his home looking for him Twenty minutes prior to surrendering, and in a highly unusual ruling, the Ninth Circuit reversed itself and granted a stay In Shoen v Shoen, F d th Cir the court subsequently ruled in the author s favor, adopting the four point balancing test used in most other CircuitsThese two rulings have been used many times since to spare writers from jail when extending confidentiality to sources and have entered the lexicon of the handful of court cases which safeguard the First Amendment For his conduct the author was nominated for the PEN American Newman s Own First Amendment Award He is co author of the Summit Murder Series, beginning with MURDER ON EVEREST Before that his most recent book was UNKNOWN SEAS How Vasco da Gama Opened the East, published in the United Kingdom by John Murray Publisher in late In , he was nominated for The Mountbatten Maritime Prize in the United Kingdom UNKNOWN SEAS was named Book of the Year by the Portuguese Tribune In , the book was released in Portuguese in Brazil and in Czech in the Czech Republic In addition to his own works, the author has served as ghost writer, collaborator or editor forthan a dozen other booksHe has previously lived in Portugal and now makes his home in South America.


10 thoughts on “Cimmerian: A Novel of the Holocaust

  1. Jody Jody says:

    I found this for free onand I am so glad It is a tale of the Holocaust told through the eyes of a young German who works at one of the concentration camps The young German boy, for he is barely 18, has been wounded in a battle against Russia He has spent some time at home getting better when his uncle, an SS man, got him an easy job working in a concentration camp I have read many books on the Holocaust and have wondered what could drive a man to treat others that way This book ex I found this for free onand I am so glad It is a tale of the Holocaust told through the eyes of a young German who works at one of the concentration camps The young German boy, for he is barely 18, has been wounded in a battle against Russia He has spent some time at home getting better when his uncle, an SS man, got him an easy job working in a concentration camp I have read many books on the Holocaust and have wondered what could drive a man to treat others that way This book explains the mental breakdown that occurred in the war and especially in the camps among the guards I am not making excuses for those guards because some of them were just plain mean but others were broken mentally and lashed out as a result of their surroundings It was a horrible time for all who were involved This was a great fictional book but it reads as if it is the diary of a young German guard This is one of those that I may read again

  2. Steve Steve says:

    A Holocaust novel told from the viewpoint of a perpetrator rather than a victim Not sure if it entirely succeeds but it is certainly a powerful read.

  3. marvin shults marvin shults says:

    Disturbing ReadShould be mandatory reading for all high school students.A very vivid portrayal of what happens with blind obedienceto power hungry Governments that promise everything for free, but once again proves that there is no such things as a FREE LUNCH Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely.

  4. Pam Cline Pam Cline says:

    The verdict is still out on this one.

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