The Never-Ending War by Martin Roemers

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Krzysztof Gryf-Lowczowski (born 1923), a Polish veteran of World War II (WW2).."The Germans were crueller than any other nation in the war.  They killed us Poles as if they were killing chickens.  They murdered our wives and children.  I killed seventeen Germans.  The first was trying to strangle me.  I stuck my fingers in his eyes and kneed him in the crotch.  He let go of me and I shot him dead."."My comrades joked that the German was a lot better looking than me, with the strangle marks on my neck.  He was wearing a medal; that's now hanging in my toilet.  The other one that's hanging there I took from the body of a German that I found.  Local children who've heard about the medals knock on my door to come and have a look at my toilet.".. CHECK with MRM/FNA