All of this information is clearly presented by MacDonogh in a very interesting fashion.
While many Germans were indeed guilty of great crimes following the Second World War, there were also many who were innocent (including women and children).
Even shuffling some of the chapters around, or slightly editing certain sections would improve it a good deal.
Rather lengthy. I am glad that I bought the book. Now my good mate is reading it before his trip to Poland next week.Published 7 days ago by Stephen James LINDSAY
Great Book that tells the story that everyone should know and few do know about.Published 10 days ago by Peter D
Liberation indeed! I've never understood the obsession with destroying Germany, which goes back to the World War 1 era... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Wayne L. Hill
Personal comment: I interviewed many Czechs in 2013 asking them to compare their experience living under the Nazis with living under the Russians. Read morePublished 20 days ago by LD
Very interesting in parts but to much time (boring time) spent on the the arts! I know the theater and music arts were part of history but I bought this book based on it's title... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Burtnett
There is so much I don't know about history. I wish this was taught in school, the prelude to war, the war, and the aftermath of war. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Odessa T.