was typical in popular West German literature about the war and its apex was a series of booklets known as Landser Hefte, which can still be found in kiosks and . One-time Landsers writing from their own personal experiences — novelists such in the popular imagination by the pulp fiction of the so-called Landser-Hefte. : Landser-Hefte. Wegbereiter für den Rechtsradikalismus. ( ) and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books.
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Der Landser literally private, common soldier was a German pulp magazine published by Pabel-Moewig and featuring mostly stories in World War II settings.
The magazine was founded in  by writer and former Luftwaffe officer Bertold K. In September the Bauer Media Groupits last owner, ceased publishing the magazine.
The magazine asserted that its war stories were true and that their underlying message was one of peace. In fact many of their stories came with disclaimer reminding the reader of the horrors of war.
Critics however dismissed such claims as pure lip service to avoid hegte indexed by West Germany’s Federal Department for Media Landeer to Young Persons which started to index several of their editions in the s. Since its founding the magazine was criticized for glorifying war and delivering a distorted image of the Wehrmacht and Nazi Germany during World War II.
The content of novels was accurate regarding minor technical details, but its descriptions were often not authentic and withheld important contextual information from the reader.
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Antisemitism, German war crimes, the repressive nature of the German government, and the causes of the war were not mentioned. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. His narratives in lxndser series appeared under his own name and under pseudonyms Karl Kollatz and Karl Alman. Retrieved 14 April The New York Times.
Der Landser work by Franz Kurowski.