Sven Hassel Biography
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- Sven Hassel, Novelist Who Depicted Nazi Soldiers' Lives, Dies at 95
- Sven Hassel, a Danish-born writer whose pulp novels depicting grunt life in the Wehrmacht during World War II — drawn, he said, from his own combat experiences — sold millions of copies worldwide died on Sept. 21 in Barcelona, Spain. He was 95.
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- When I was younger the shelves at WH Smith's were full of titles by Sven Hassel and Dennis Wheatley.
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- von Sven Schleich. Der 27-Jährige musste dafür wegen des bereits bestehenden Haftbefehls eine Kaution zahlen. He, der Kerl wird bereits mit Haftbefehl gesucht und wieder gegen Kaution frei gelassen?