A Woman In Berlin
by Anonymous Anonymous, Antony Beevor
Editor: Little, Brown Book Group
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Between April 20 and June 22,1945, the anonymous author of A Woman in Berlin, wrote about life within the fall of the city was sacked by the Russian Army.To get rid of the boredom and deprivation of hiding place, the author of the recordings of his experiences, observations and meditations in this dark and vivid diary.The accounts of the attack, the rapes, the rationing of food and the great terror of death are rendered in the detachment, although resolutely optimistic of the prose of a woman struggling for her survival in the midst of the horror and inhumanity of war.This newspaper was first published in America in 1954, in a translation into English and Great Britain in 1955.A German edition was published five years later in Geneva, and met with enormous controversy.In 2003, more than forty years later, it was reprinted in Germany to acclaim critics and controversy.This journal has been unavailable since the 1960s, and is now translated into English.A Woman in Berlin, is an astonishing and deeply moving account
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