Books about the capture of General Kreipe

Discussion in 'Books, Films, TV, Radio' started by Chris C, Oct 21, 2017.

  1. Chris C

    Chris C Canadian researcher

    Ill Met By Moonlight (William Stanley Moss) is I suppose the most famous. My question is, what's the best one to read?

    There's also apparently Abducting A General (Leigh Fermor) and I ran across Kidnap in Crete (Rick Stroud, 2015) yesterday at a used book sale.
     
  2. jonheyworth

    jonheyworth Senior Member

    And the glossed over murder of his driver . A war crime is a war crime !
     
  3. Orwell1984

    Orwell1984 Senior Member

    There's also this one:
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    which is interesting as it's written by a Greek and publishing by a Cretan publisher.
    You can get relatively cheap copies here: 9789608688339 - The Abduction of General Kreipe by G Harokopos - AbeBooks

    I know the Stroud book touted its access to Cretan sources as well as Moss' and Fermor's accounts to fill out the story as the blurb claims:
     
  4. andy007

    andy007 Senior Member

    While I haven't read it yet I have the below book, purchased in Crete a couple of years ago for about 10 Euros....I'll eventually get around to reading it!

     
  5. Charley Fortnum

    Charley Fortnum Dreaming of Red Eagles

    A relative sent me this last Christmas, but I haven't read it. If anybody needs a look-up, I'm happy to pull it off the shelf
     
  6. Shiny 9th

    Shiny 9th Member Patron

    I am sure we had a close relative of Mr Harokopos posting on here a while ago on a similar thread.
     

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