Berlin: the downfall, 1945

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Viking, 2002 - History - 489 pages
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The conquest of Berlin by the Soviets to end the WWII for the Germans was a horrible affair. Stalin, ever distrustful and ever deceitful, poured thousands of troops into the exercise to make sure that ... Read full review

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Excellent story about the final part of the 2nd world war, higly popular with history under graduate students at my university, really in-depth, if you are a fan of history and the second world war I ... Read full review

Contents

Berlin in the New Year i
1
The House of Cards on the Vistula
11
Fire and Sword and Noble Fury
24
Copyright

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Antony Beevor is the author of a number of histories, including "The Spanish Civil War" and "Stalingrad," which has been published in twenty-three languages and was awarded the first Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction, the Wolfson History Prize, and the Hawthornden Prize for Literature.

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