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Reader recommendation: Berlin At War

Monitor readers share their favorite book picks.

By Charles Galiagher, Chicago, Ill. / February 14, 2013


Berlin At War by Roger Moorhouse details the hardships the German people willingly endured during the early victories of their army in World War II. But they became less willing when the tide turned against them. By the end they were blaming Hitler for the misery of the final days of the war. This is a good read about the German warriors on the home front.

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