Hans Herbert Grimm [ ebook / Ebook ] Schlump Geschichten und Abenteuer aus dem Leben des unbekannten Musketiers Emil Schulz genannt 'Schlump' von ihm selbst erzählt


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  • Schlump Geschichten und Abenteuer aus dem Leben des unbekannten Musketiers Emil Schulz genannt 'Schlump' von ihm selbst erzählt
  • Hans Herbert Grimm
  • English
  • 06 November 2017
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10 thoughts on “Schlump Geschichten und Abenteuer aus dem Leben des unbekannten Musketiers Emil Schulz genannt 'Schlump' von ihm selbst erzählt

  1. says:

    Schlump – A Book that will always BurnSchlump when published back in 1928 had to compete with another book which would steal away the limelight that should have been shone on to this book All uiet on the Western Front which was published at the same time went from strength to strength and Schlump was slowly forgotten Well not co

  2. says:

    Certainly one of the best novels about World War I from the German perspective you'll find out there Written and published anonymous

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    In its time it might have been uite sacrilegious showing that not all German soldiers were strong and brave Generals were rarely seen and their tactics poor there was a lot of malingering war was hell and the damage to men indescribable The book does describe life behind the lines the starvation of the German nation and how survival was all

  4. says:

    Schlump is a WWI novel kind of a cross between All uiet on the Western Front and The Good Soldier Švejk Horrific battle scenes alternate with some very funny picaresue tales Grimm can go from the poetic like this description of autumnSummer was long past and autumn too It was that time of year when you couldn’t tell if winter had arrived

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    Schlump is than anti war novel It makes the charge startling for the time of its publication that despite the sacrifices made at the front and at home the German effort during the Great War was characterized by a misguided strategy and fought by soldiers who were not only poorly led but were less than heroic the

  6. says:

    Some books captivate you as much for the story of their creation as the content between their covers Hans Herbert Grimm’s Schlump is one of those books Published anonymously in Germany in 1928 Grimm’s anti war novel was overshadowed by another of the anti war genre Erich Maria Remarue’s All uiet on the Western Fron

  7. says:

    'He was filled with a wonderful sense of bliss delightfully certain that everything would turn out all right in the end’

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    In 1928 German schoolmaster Hans Herbert Grimm anonymously published his first and only book the semi autobiograp

  9. says:

    I'm always excited to rediscover a forgotten or overlooked book but I really don't think this one bears out the rather grandiose claims Volker Weidermann makes in his afterword to this edition Schlump is too shadowy a character to sustain interest It occurred to me that Grimm wanted to make him some kind of Everyman but even so What bugs me is that this is billed as a great anti war novel but Schlump's war is luckier

  10. says:

    A must read Think of a young German Billy PilgrimCandide being tossed through the horrors of the trenches in WW1 like a cork on an oc

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Schlump Geschichten und Abenteuer aus dem Leben des unbekannten Musketiers Emil Schulz genannt 'Schlump' von ihm selbst erzählt

Starts to understand something about war Funny brutal and charming here’s the First World War from the perspective of the inimitable Schlum. He was filled with a wonderful sense of bliss delightfully certain that everything would turn out all right in the end Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. right in the end

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Schlump is seventeen a romantic a chancer and a dreamer It's 1915 so naturally he volunteers for war In France he is assigned an administrativ. In its time it might have been uite sacrilegious showing that not all German soldiers were strong and brave Generals were rarely seen and their tactics poor there was a lot of malingering war was hell and the damage to men indescribable The book does describe life behind the lines the starvation of the German nation and how survival was all about luckThe writing was supposedly black humour but it is full of Dad jokes poor one liners and stuttering prose

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E position in a small town and has a marvellous time But when he gets to the trenches where death and mindless destruction are the everyday he. Schlump is a WWI novel kind of a cross between All uiet on the Western Front and The Good Soldier vejk Horrific battle scenes alternate with some very funny picaresue tales Grimm can go from the poetic like this description of autumnSummer was long past and autumn too It was that time of year when you couldn t tell if winter had arrived yet At times a humid wind rustled the treetops the bushes dripped with the perpetual fog door handles were wet and thick drops of water fell incessantly from gutters on to the streetTo the horrific as in this scene from the trenchesSchlump pictured himself back in the trenches surrounded by dead soldiers in pools of their own blood Lying on their stomachs they turned their heads to look at him As he fled he came across ever green faces staring into his eyes He had to stumble over horrifically mutilated bodies and everywhere before him the ground crumbled away exposing mass graves where men rotted and decayed in their thousands He waded through these bodies some of which were still moving having been buried alive Worms crawled out of others and up his boots Dying men staggered towards him with terrible injuries and lay down at his feetVery readable very enjoyable and a fantastic story of trench warfare and all the insanity of WWI Highly recommended and a book deserving to be read and known The Numbers Game rustled the treetops the bushes dripped with the perpetual fog door handles were wet and thick drops of water fell incessantly from gutters on to the streetTo the horrific as in this scene from the trenchesSchlump pictured himself back in the trenches surrounded by dead soldiers in pools of their own blood Lying on their stomachs they turned their heads to look at him As he fled he came across ever green faces staring into his eyes He had to stumble over horrifically mutilated bodies and everywhere before him the ground crumbled away exposing mass graves where men Tall man riding. rotted and decayed in their thousands He waded through these bodies some of which were still moving having been buried alive Worms crawled out of others and up his boots Dying men staggered towards him with terrible injuries and lay down at his feetVery The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory readable very enjoyable and a fantastic story of trench warfare and all the insanity of WWI Highly The Big Golden Book of Poetry recommended and a book deserving to be NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW read and known