Black Despair. by Atlas D'four

By Atlas D'four

'Black Despair'

'Rolf Wolfgang Reitlinger'. a private tale -:
'In The identify Of The Führer'

From common tuition to the Hitler Youth.
From the bloody streets of 'Munchen' to
the manic killing fields of Normandy.
From the corpse littered swamplands
of Slovakia to a British POW camp.
All - 'in the identify of the Fuhrer.'

Atlas D'four tells this man's tale from a
very own attitude. The Nazi 'Aryan'
race used to be one in all purity and service.
Only a person forgot we're all human!

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