Reviews

  • Roger Moorhouse has a deep knowledge of Wartime Germany... Moorhouse has a nice eye for social detail

    Max Hastings, Sunday Times
  • As a leading historian of modern Germany, Moorhouse has chronicled a largely unknown story with scholarship, narrative verve and, at times, an awful, harrowing immediacy

    Ian Thompson, Sunday Telegraph
  • Moorhouse's evocative social history of Hitler's capital brings all these aromas together, along with the sights, sounds, thoughts and feelings of the ordinary Germans who lived here

    Keith Lowe, Daily Telegraph
  • Few books on the war genuinely increase the sum of our collective knowledge of this exhaustively covered period, but this one does... By trawling through the complex, often deeply morally compromised personal stories of many survivors, Moorhouse has produced new insights into the way ordinary Berliners tried to escape the disastrous ill-fortune of living in the belly of the beast

    Andrew Roberts, Financial Times
  • Roger Moorhouse's measured, sympathetic book offers a fascinating corrective to that Anglocentric perspective... After reading this thorough and engaging book you'll never be able to watch a war film or even a World Cup football match in quite the same way

    James Delingpole, Daily Mail

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