Weiying Ma Ma de Annobón, Equatorial Guinea
Well-organized and stays focused on the main topic. Covers how Berliners reacted to the Allied bombing; what life was like in the bomb shelters; and how each successive bombing raid created nagging doubts about the propaganda of the Nazi regime. It also covers topics such as war rationing, the removal of children from the city to "safety" in the countryside, and how foreign workers and Jews were treated during the trials that Berlin experienced. Moorehouse draws from a wealth of primary source material and mixes it effectively with his narrative commentary. A good addition to the always vastly expanding World War Two reading collection.