I suppose those stories would not make much in the way of intersting reading.
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).
Mr. McDonogh's book is important in documenting the personal experiences of such authors and thereby 20th century history - from all sides.
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 14 days ago by Patrick Webb
I have always wanted to experience a vicarious visit to the defeated Germany as it existed in May of 1945. Read morePublished 21 days ago by William L. Smallwood
Pretty good read; bit of a slog. And not the best literary style.
Shameful how many Germans starved after the war was over...
Very good documentation of a quite unknown part of the aftermath of WW II history.Published 1 month ago by Edith Minde
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 2 months ago by Stephen James LINDSAY
Great Book that tells the story that everyone should know and few do know about.Published 2 months ago by Peter D