This is a sample story from the my new book on Peiper: A Deadly Past.
The German speaking section of southeastern Belgium is one of the most culturally confused regions of modern Europe. Belgium’s past reflects this turmoil. Beginning in 57 BC, Julius Caesar extended the power of Rome into the region of Europe that is now Belgium. The people Caesar encountered there were the Belgae, one of the various Celtic tribes of early Gaul, and the Romans dubbed their new province Gallia Belgica.
Take a look by downloading the PDF file below.