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The attached 1944 reminiscence, titled "The German", served to illustrate a small, quiet piece of life in a very big, noisy war. Written with a sense of melancholy by an observant American medical orderly posted to a hospital not too far behind the front lines, it explains how he slowly got to know one of his German patients, a member of the SS, and how secretive and generally unpleasant he seemed to be.

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The SS Prisoner at the U.S. Army Field Hospital (Yank Magazine, 1944)

The SS Prisoner at the U.S. Army Field Hospital (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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