about the book from P.K-P in UK:
course I already have my own copy of "Enemy In The
I very much enjoyed reading it - thank you for taking the
time to put pen to paper, if everyone read it and understood
it - there would be no more war and killing.
review by H.O. from NL:
received your book this weekend. I started reading immediately
and I have to admit that it "got" me. In my opinion
you did a marvellous job by writing this book in order to
inform future generations about the terrors of war. You
mentioned Boris Pasternak's statement; this "got"
me even more. In this point of view your book is of even
greater value !
e-mail from Dr.B. NL:
My warmest congratulations for your
English translation and publication of your fine book
I do wish it a wide readers circle in the English speaking
world, as it is an honest and accurate account of your experiences
as a nightfighter in WWII, and one of the best autobiographical
stories from Nachtjagd that I ever read!
e-mail from B.W. UK:
Many thanks for your excellent book
Enemy In The Dark. My father John, an RAF B-17
pilot now 83yrs read it also. We both found it enjoyable
and most interesting.
e-mail from C.H. Florida US:
I recieved my copy of Enemy
In The Dark Monday morning, and now, Tuesday noon
I have completed reading it. Thank you for a presentation
that moved me emotionally in a way that all of other tales
of air combat have not. I have read many books on the Nachtjagd,
Luftwaffe, RAF and American 8th Air Force. I literally was
moved to tears by some of the events you described.
e-mail from J.M. former RAF in WWII,
Have just got your book through the
internet. I am half way through it and so far it is one
of the best one I have read.Your time in the beginning reminded
me of mine, the drill NCOs must be all come from the