Many books were written about World War II, but fewer tell the story of what happened to German people after the war was over and the land little more than a field of rubble. The new book by Egon Harings tells this story in vivid detail. It is about Germans who live in ruins. Rubble women use what they can find to build new homes while their husbands are often still held in prisoner-of-war camps. Allied troops rule and occupy the country. In 1949, Germany is divided into East and West. Things slowly being to change, and the economic miracle once again sees Germany as a prosperous country. In 1990, Germany is reunited again, but not without territorial losses.
The non-fiction book “Germany after World War II” by Egon Harings reports on the history of Germany from the era of Konrad Adenauer to the great age of Angela Merkel. The readers also learn about the founding of the European Union and its economic power today. It is a fascinating book that provides insight into an era of German history many people do not know much about as a vast number of history books focus on the first two World Wars only. People who are interested in the country’s more recent history, and its important role in the founding of the European Union, will find many interesting facts in this book.
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