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Berlin (Hardback)

Then and Now

Military > After the Battle > After the Battle: Photographic Military > After the Battle > After the Battle: Then & Now Military > After the Battle > After the Battle: WWII Military > Post-WWII Warfare > Cold War Photographic Books WWII > Battles & Campaigns > Berlin 1945 WWII > Photographic Books

By Tony Le Tissier
Imprint: After the Battle
Series: Then and Now
Pages: 472
Illustrations: 1,700
ISBN: 9780900913723
Published: 30th May 1993



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Using ‘then and now’ photographs we look at Berlin throughout its many phases. The turbulent years of the Weimar Republic, when Communist and Nazi fought each other for control of the streets, led to the Third Reich with its spectacular scenes of grandeur and glory. However, the ‘Thousand Year Reich’, and the architectural megalomania it spawned which transformed the centre of Berlin, began to crumble within ten years as the Western Allies dealt out massive retribution from the air. The Soviet land attack which followed finally ground much of what was left of the city into dust. Berlin’s position as the focal point of the Cold War in Europe is examined, culminating in 1961 with the fateful division of the city by ‘the Wall’ which split Berlin into two camps — East and West — for nearly three decades, leaving Berlin an island within a hostile sea. Finally, the story comes full circle with our description of the unbelievable events of 1989-90.

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 Tony Le Tissier

About Tony Le Tissier

During many years working in several senior official positions in Berlin - including spells as provost marshal and British governor of Spandau prison - Tony Le Tissier has accumulated a vast knowledge of the campaign the led up to the fall of Berlin.

He has researched every aspect of the 1945 battle for the city in unprecedented detail and has published a series of outstanding books on the subject, inlcuding The Battle of Berlin 1945, Farewell to Spandau, Berlin Then and Now, Zhukov at the Oder, Slaughter at Halbe, The Third Reich Then and Now, With Our Backs to Berlin, Death Was Our Companion, Berlin Battlefield Guide: Third Reich and Cold War and The Siege of Küstrin 1945: Gateway to Berlin.

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