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THE WAR IN NORTH-EAST GREENLAND is the incredible but truthful account of one of the most peculiar battlegrounds during World War II, when a handful of Danish and Norwegian fur hunters in the eastern North Greenland supported by local Greenlanders formed the world's smallest army and fought the German superior force. A battle that has so far been surrounded by mysticism and many myths. Exciting and intriguing as a crime novel, the story here also tells of how the German military leader, Hermann Ritter, tries to escape this meaningless war and therefore forms an almost unlikely alliance with one of his enemies. The author, Jens Erik Schultz, has uncovered novel documents from the German and American war archives, diaries, letters, etc., and for the first time now we get an insight into what really happened.The book contains maps and approx. 50 illustrations. The book is an English translation of the Danish original.Vis mere
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