Yet another book by what is, according to Elin, my favorite writer Alf R. Jacobsen about the first defeat on the Eastern Front for the Axis Powers. In 1941 the prepared the Operation Silver Fox planning to capture Murmansk, but this failed and turned into their first defeat on the new front.
Really enjoyed the book, especially the afterword by Sverre Diesen which made me understand the overall picture of all the battle details and at the end why the Germans did fail.
Last week when in Copenhagen, having dinner at the Reef N´Beef, eating the crocodile tail filet. Along with it drinking aussie beer: Little Creatures Pale Ale and Rogers Beer (also from Little Creatures). All good. Before that I had the Tuborg Julebrygg in the hotel lobby.
The day after we all meet at Charlies bar before eating at Madklubben Steak
Small clip I found on Youtube from Charlies
Now I really appriciate the years I lived in Sandnes working as an officer in the army driving around with the army trucks in Sandnes, Stavanger and the areas surrouding those two cities. I got to know my way around pretty well, and that is a great advantage when reading both "Angrep fra alle kanter" and the first book "Vi sees i morgen". This book also fun to read, but not as good as the first one if you ask me. Still, I guesss this one will become a movie as well.