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This book reads very well as a follow up to "Stalingrad."
I would probably give four and a half stars if I could, only because I had just read Toland's last 100 Days,which I thought gave some details not present here.
Here is where Beevor's book differs from the many previous descriptions of this battle.
Read the iBook version and it was a bit hard to follow without constantly stopping to look at maps. Just to have a reference sketch map at each stage would have helped a lot.Published 16 days ago by Robert Hartley Duckworth
Well written, contains horrifying descriptions of Russian and German atrocities in Poland. A new insight into this horrible end to the war.Published 24 days ago by Gary S. Appel
Author of "Stalingrad" & "Inside the British Army," and many others with his wife. From Officer in the 11th Hussars to Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature,... Read morePublished 26 days ago by David Alexander Smathers
The Fall of Berlin 1945, Antony Beevor; Penguin Putnam Inc. (2002; paperback)
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As you know from my previous posts, I am a huge World War II fan. Anything having to do with this topic I will pick up and start reading whether it’s about the Holocaust, the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Busy Brunette