Much of the criticism directed against this book is unwarranted and absurd.
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).
I suppose those stories would not make much in the way of intersting reading.
Good history that the schools tend not to cover since the winners get the mainstream pressPublished 11 days ago by Gary A. Turner
This is a great book for anyone interested in the history of Germany during the last days and the years and the years after until the fifties. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Barney
Choppy. Written in the modern mode of showing that the US was often as brutal as everyone else, the author takes pains to show that Americans didn't like the Germans during the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Watches. Watches. Watches. Watches. Watches. I think the author wanted to do a post-war inventory of every German's watch.
I hate giving a book one star. Read more
Extreme hardships and lawlessness prevailed long after the fighting was finished..Published 2 months ago by don inscoe
Very poor! I am an History buff, but this was opinion at its worst. Very slanted view of post war Germany and relations with the
allies. Read more
I'm shocked that Amazon just sent me a recommendation to get this book. I've already bought it, and I think I bought it through Amazon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrick Webb