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Dear Enemy (with Richard Matthias Mueller)

James Bacque and Richard Mueller met in Germany while Bacque was doing research for a revision of  his book Other Losses. At the end of World War Two, Mueller had been very young POW in an American Rhine meadow camp,  and now was a writer and professor of English at a university in Aachen. They became friends and found much to discuss. Dear Enemy: Germany then and now evolved out of an exchange of their letters.

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Dear Enemy, published in 2000 by Fenn Publishing, Bolton, Ontario is no longer in print.

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