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On The Natural History Of Destruction [Paperback]

W. G. Sebald , Anthea Bell
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TODAY IT IS HARD TO FORM AN EVEN PARTLY adequate idea of the extent of the devastation suffered by the cities of Germany in the last years of the Second World War, still harder to think about the horrors involved in that devastation. Read the first page
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