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SÖNKE NEITZEL is currently Chair of International History at the London School of Economics. He has previously taught modern history at the Universities of Glasgow, Saarbrücken, Bern, and Mainz.
Harald Welzer is a professor of transformation design at the University of Flensburg, teaches social psychology at the University of Sankt Gallen, and is head of the foundation Futurzwei.
It also provides excellent insight into the environment which shaped their thinking and behaviours.
There is some real gems in the book here you won't find anywhere else and some material that seems pointless or repetitious.
If you like to read about military history, I can't imagine you wouldn't find this book very interesting.
Shocking and terrible, yet needed testimony of the Holocaust from the perpetrators...Published 28 days ago by Albert Veksler
Like many other reviewers, I was expecting something wholly different from the description offered of this text. Read morePublished 5 months ago by T. Kunikov
Considering the resource from which the bulk of this book's material was drawn, it had the potential to be a real goldmine. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Herr Lyppe
I think categorizing the American forces in VN as the equivalent to the Wehrmacht is a defect of the book. It's too facile. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Brophy
Good read. Some of the sections are a bit academic but the stories of the German POWs are incredibly interesting.Published 7 months ago by Eric in CT
The bugged conversations between German Prisoners of War are interpreted by two unbiased German citizens, one an historian, the other a sociologist/psychologist. Read morePublished 8 months ago by huib vriesendorp
I have read thousands of pages about WW II over many years. This one is different: it consists of reports on conversations between German POWs, and then subjects those... Read morePublished 8 months ago by CANTON O'DONNELL
A truly absorbing book.
An insight into what really happened ad told by soldiers who experienced all the horrors if war.