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This review is from: A Woman in Berlin: Diary 20 April 1945 to 22 June 1945 (Paperback)
I, like some of the other reviewers, first heard about this book while reading Beevor's Berlin: The Downfall. After buying it I was worried about how upsetting it might be and put off reading it for weeks. It is upsetting but all the more worth reading for it. The anonymous author's unflinching approach is distubing and the images the constructs are graphic but it is not without a certain gallows humour.
I would urge everyone to read this, it is an honest, personal account of the tragedy of war.