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I did feel for Alexander throughout this book. He had a fractured upbringing and a very sad life overall. Well written and the transalation was ok although I do prefer English English to American English for European translations.
This is a readable family saga by a Dutch writer who has had difficulty coming to terms with his father's participation in the SS. The family(of Dutch catholics from Baltic anti-Bolshevik backgrounds) are pretty dysfunctional...and some of the events(which may be true) but are scarcely credible....are not supported by evidence. No direct references to diaries,or source material; whole conversations from the past are apparently recreated verbatim so it becomes too much of a self-justifying "memoir" of growing up in wartime.
The author relates his family history as a cathartic exploration of his place in his father's life. It is a compelling story about his father's identify crisis, flicking between Dutch, German and Russian personas when it was expedient. This viewpoint his father identifying with the SS in order to fight Russian communism was interesting to read. The picture of civilian survival at the centre of WWII is very sad. I struggled to finish it but I am glad I did.