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An excellent and amazing book, shocking in many ways but makes you aware when a war finishes there is still so much to do and evil carries on even so.Published 4 months ago by Debz
In the world of stereotypes that our place has become these days, this book sheds light like a searchlight on a spot somewhere deep in our civilized self that we'd rather keep... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alexander Bagaev
This is a very interesting book. The idea of writing about a single year is an interesting approach, and one that works very well.Published 7 months ago by Dr T
Not a book for the faint hearted. We were never told of these horrific happenings, even after the war our news was sanitised. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mrs. E. N. Ruffell
The last book I read (some time ago) on 1945 was Robert Kee's "The World we Fought for". It's very good. And so is this one, but it's a bit different. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Cheshire Tiger
I learned a lot from this book but it was not an interesting read - not enough personal stories for my taste.Published 12 months ago by Barbara Cassia
This was a most interesting account of the full horror of the impaact od the second world war on mainland europe and the suffering of civilians.Published 12 months ago by ian lowry