Live Bravely and Die Courageously
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Translated from the Third Reich original Vom mutigen Leben und tapferen Sterben by Kurt Eggers. (After he died on the Russian front, a Waffen-SS regiment was named after this warrior poet of the Reich.) A list of the chapters pretty much describes the contents: The German, The Awakening of the Life Will, One’s Own Life, Overcoming, Reservation, Community, Valuation and Dialogue. The last chapter includes a fascinating dialogue. A lad asks a warrior the following questions: How should I pray?, Will things go well for me on this earth?, What is honor?, What is joy?, How does the strong view life?, What is the formula of the law? , How does the strong go to his death? The warrior’s answers certainly provide a fascinating and profound insight into his non-Christian life view.