Berlin Dance of Death

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CASEMATE, 2002 - History - 248 pages
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Harrowing account of the Battle for Berlin in the closing days of WW2 by a 17 year old German soldier. War in all its awful futility and barbarism is laid bare, difficult to read at times but well worth doing so. Read full review

Contents

Ruhleben
3
Off to the Front
21
9th Army Front
23
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Altner worked for decades as the Paris correspondent of several German newspapers, and has now retired.

TONY LE TISSIER (MBE) served 22 years in the British army, retiring in 1977 to work for the British Military Government in Berlin, his role including that of being the last British Governor of Spandau Allied Prison until its closure following the death of Rudolf Hess. After the unification of Germany in 1991, he elected to stay in Berlin working independently as a historian, writer, lecturer, and battlefields guide. His previous works include The Battle of Berlin, 1945, Berlin Then and Now, and Farewell to Spandau.

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