Mork served as a driver in North Africa in 1942, in the Tobruk area. Hospitalised for a period in Germany, he was then posted to Corsica and was involved in the battles in Italy - Ortona, Anzio and Monte Cassino. Transferred to the Eastern Front, he later experienced the Russian invasion of Silesia, and was ultimately captured in Czechoslovakia.
I haven't had chance to read the book in detail, but a quick glance through indicates it is worthy of attention. The chapters available are:
- Driving Supply Trucks in Africa - 1942
- Driving Supply Trucks in Africa - 1942- Part II
- Driving Supply Trucks in Africa - 1942- Part III
- Recuperation in Halberstadt - 1943
- Mork on Corsica - 1943
- The Battle of Ortona - 1943
- The American Landing at Anzio / Nettuno - 1944
- The Battle of Monte Cassino - 1944 - Part I
- The Battle of Monte Cassino - 1944 - Part II
- The War on the Eastern Front - 1945
- The War on the Eastern Front - 1945 - Part II
- The War on the Eastern Front - 1945 - Part III
- Aftermath: P.O.W.
The book can be downloaded free of charge on Daniel Setzer's page (he translated the text).
Other selections from memoirs in the original German text can be found on the website of the German Historical Museum.