Endgame, 1945: The Missing Final Chapter of World War II Kindle Edition
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detailed view of the ruins of Europe and the millions of refugees and prisoners who tried to either get home or find a new home.
A must read for all because it portrais the horror and damage war can bring to people. "Never Again" has never been so true - and yet ......
"A strong government requires a weak people" - Chief MacSalt
A lot of it was happening on the fly as policies were changing and a new President taking Office just as the war was ending and the invasion with Japan looming.
Many books compress everything past the crossing of the Rhine through V-E Day into a very small space and largely avoid the details of this book.
Like the generation that fought WWII, the people who lived in Europe during the closing of the war- even the kids- are getting elderly and will be lost to death or loss of mental capacity soon. It's a subject that has interested me and this book fills some holes.
I thought I had read most of the "best" histories of WWII, but I was wrong.
I also wondered what happened to individuals the day after the war "ended" and the days and months that followed. It was so disheartening and sad how long it took. The book ends with so much left to do to get to any kind of normalcy. It talks how the German people still felt that they were in the right and were indignant that the Allied troops were their "oppressors". The author explains about the captures or suicides of those leaders most guilty for German aggression.
You will learn a lot reading this book. It is very detailed, factual and well researched!