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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. La memoria colectiva que es la historia se nos aparece hoy mucho menos como el mero relato de lo ocurrido en el pasado que como un instrumento de analisis del presente.
Al termino de un siglo de expectativas fallidas, y ante un berllin incierto, necesitamos revisar criticamente esta memoria y asentaria sobre nuevas bases de conocimiento. Mas reciente aun que Contrastes, Mem La memoria colectiva que es la historia se nos aparece hoy mucho menos como el mero relato de lo ocurrido en el pasado que como un instrumento de analisis del presente.
Antony Beevor reconstruye en este libro la ultima gran batalla europea beevod la segunda guerra mundial y la estremecedora agonia del Tercer Reich. Con riguorsas tecnicas documentales semejantes a las empleadas en Stalingrado pero con mayor aliento epico y mas densidad politica, Beevor describe tanto la complejidad de las grandes operaciones militares y la logica de las decisiones de sus mandos como los sentimientos de la gente comun atrapada en un torbellino de fuego y metralla.
Published September 1st by Critica first published BerlinGermany. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Is this book a novel?? Sami No, it is not a novel.
Berlin. La Caida 1945
I’d place it on the better end of the non-fiction spectrum, Beevor lists his sources rather well. But it can be read like a …more No, it is not a novel. But it can be read beevor a novel, just like Jonathan presumed.
Lists with This Book. Beevor’s skills as a writer simply aren’t able to overcome the subject matter. He does an admirable job of making an interesting read out of a rather excruciatingly boring topic. The clumsiness of the Soviets, the megalomania of Stalin, the naivety of the Americans, the irrelevance of caidx British, all play out against the pathetic condition of the German people.
There are interesting stories to be told, and he presents several, but in the end there’s simply not enough to support a book bewvor this l Beevor’s skills as a writer simply aren’t able to overcome the subject matter. There are interesting stories to be told, brlin he presents several, but in the end there’s simply not enough to support a book of this length. It’s like reading a box score focused on a game’s final minutes when one team had absolutely no chance of winning.
An aspect that troubled me in particular is that Beevor presents as fact, eyewitness accounts that I know are questioned by serious historians. Such discoveries make me question other ‘facts’ presented by an pa. A LOT of detail about Soviet troop movements.
For some reason with Civil War books, that level of detail doesn’t bother me but in this book I found befvor to be too much. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It is not a waste of time to read this as I learned a lot of details about the Eastern Front but I think that it wasn’t time well spent.
Also cakda not really about Berlin and not even about the Nazis but instead about the Soviets. There are conflicting statements and comparisons between Nazis and Soviets. Also the referencing is not to my liking at all. At the same time someone who attempts to deal with such a broad topic should be commended but maybe the author should have narrowed the scope si It is not a waste of time to read this as I learned a lot of details about the Eastern Front but I think that it wasn’t time well spent.
At the same time someone who attempts to deal with bevor a broad topic should be commended but maybe the author should have berljn the scope significantly.
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Also the l message that’s repeated, in rather simple terms, is that the Red Army was bad, seemingly ignoring the battles and reality of the ground war. The final chapter where the psychology of the remaining German population is briefly raised is also interesting.
I wouldn’t recommend it as there are much better things to read but if you are looking for a light read that covers a lot of ground go for it. I agree with Manray9’s review. For me it just became a series of descriptions of numerous atrocities. Far too much details for me.
I got lost in the book. I think the book cauda written very good and the research is very complete but it was too much to beevkr a good overview of the fall of Berlin. A pretty dismal but factual account of the fall of Berlin in the spring of As a history buff, I found this book rather fascinating, although it’s not for the faint-of-heart. Mads Kristian rated it it was ok Mar 20, Dani rated it it was ok Apr 13, Anthony Noriega rated it it was ok Dec 15, Miijja rated it it was ok Jun 14, Brigitt rated it it was ok Dec 19, Anonka Dameron rated it it was ok Sep 20, Dejair rated it it was ok Apr 26, Chris Stanley rated it it was ok Feb 09, Jesse rated it it was ok Feb 03, Linda Daniels rated it it was ok Feb 09, calda Superflat rated it it was ok Feb 15, Vishnuvaraj rated it it was ok Oct 30, David Haimerl rated it it was ok Jan 12, James rated it it was ok Jan 03, Shienko rated it it was ok Nov 03, Jay Fulton rated it it was ok Jul 06, Dan Capone rated it it was ok Jun 13, Kristine rated it it was ok Mar 11, Marilyn beeor it it was ok Jun 23, Vaden rated it it was ok Oct 02, Alan Knight rated it it was ok Jan 19, Meire Ella rated it it was ok Aug 15, Page count correction and format 3 14 May 09, Beevor is a former officer with the 11th Hussars who served in England and Germany for 5 years before resigning his commission.
He has published several popular histories on the Beeevor World War and 20th century in general. Calda by Antony Beevor. Trivia About The Fall of Berli No trivia or quizzes caids. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Page count correction and format. The Fall of Berlin