German Horse Soldier on the Eastern Front

Steinway, Roger
February 2005
Military History;Feb2005, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p34
Presents an interview with Jürgen Drögemüller, a German soldier who served during the war in 1939, regarding his military service. Significance of Drögemüller's membership in the Hitler Youth in Germany during the 1930s; Challenges faced by Drögemüller when he joined the German army in 1939; Role and duties of Drögemüller in the army; Experiences of Drögemüller during his time in the army.


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