Pursley, John
August 2002
Military History;Aug2002, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p50
Interviews Lothar Seifert, a former German child soldier and schoolboy who was conscripted to man a German anti-aircraft battery in World War II. Age of conscription into the German military; His opinion on wearing the armband of the Hitler Youth; Duties assigned to him; His life as a prisoner of war.


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