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    Crazy in Berlin by Thomas Berger

Thomas Berger’s debut novel of a young man tumultuously coming of age in postwar Germany. Crazy in Berlin is the first volume in the saga of Carlo Reinhart. As an army medic stationed in Allied-occupied Germany, Reinhart is a young man of large bulk (two hundred pounds, plus)--good-hearted, intelligent, and something of a fool.

Year: 1958
Genre: Coming of AgeWWII: Post-War

    Armageddon: A Novel of Berlin by Leon Uris

Meticulously researched, this bestselling novel gives a historically accurate account of the early days of the Cold War and the fight for German redemption.

Year: 1963
Genre: Cold WarWWII: Post-War

    The Quiller Memorandum by Adam Hall

You are a secret agent working for the British in Berlin. You are due to go home on leave, but you are being followed by the enemy--or your own people. A man meets you in the theater and briefs you on a plot to revive the power of Nazi Germany. Next you make contact with a beautiful girl who may know something. Someone tries to kill both of you. Your name is Quiller.

Year: 1965
Genre: Espionage

    The Fall of Berlin 1945 by Antony Beevor

The Red Army had much to avenge when it finally reached the frontiers of the Third Reich in January 1945. Frenzied by their terrible experiences with Wehrmacht and SS brutality, they wreaked havoc--tanks crushing refugee columns, mass rape, pillage, and unimaginable destruction.

Year: 2002
Genre: Fall of Berlin




Want ItGot ItRead ItYearTitle

1958Crazy in Berlin by Thomas Berger Coming of Age, WWII: Post-War, Carlo Reinhart, Berlin
1963Armageddon: A Novel of Berlin by Leon Uris Cold War, WWII: Post-War, Berlin
1965The Quiller Memorandum by Adam Hall Espionage, Quiller, Berlin
2002The Fall of Berlin 1945 by Antony Beevor Berlin, Non-Fiction





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