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Berlin at war

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Moorhouse, Roger.
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Moorhouse tells the story of Berlin at war primarily from the point of view of the average citizen. Much of his material is taken from diaries and letters and Moorhouse covers the times though themed chapters instead of chronologically. As supplemental reading, I'd encourage people to pick up Victor Klemperer's diaries, Anthony Beevor's Fall of Berlin, and if you'd like to do a "Tale of Two Cities" type of comparison: Rodric Braithwaite's Moscow 1941.
Phil (Staff) (Queen's Square Library)
02/02/15