Just bought 10 titles for my Kobo, makes great bedtime reading.
I think that alongside Remarque, and a couple of notable Vietnam vets, Sven wrote the most poignant and honest accounts of every facet of war. I've been re-reading his work since I was 12, and will do to the grave.
The first book of Sven's I read was Monte Cassino, while I was doing a school research paper on the Italian Campaign. Afterwards, I realised I had to search for the other books he had listed, and bought, read and owned them all. He managed to infuse his characters with a vitality I have rarely found since, and loved reading about.