Military history

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Matloff, Maurice, Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare, 1943-44. Washington, D.C.: Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, 1954.

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Montgomery, Field Marshal Sir Bernard, An Approach to Sanity—A Study of East-West Relations. Lecture to the Royal United Service Institution. London: 1945.

Montgomery, Field Marshal Sir Bernard, The Memoirs of Field-Marshal The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, K.G. London: Collins, 1958.

Montgomery, Field Marshal Sir Bernard, Normandy to the Baltic. Privately published by Printing & Stationery Service, British Army of the Rhine, 1946.

Moorehead, Alan, Eclipse. New York: Coward-McCann, 1945.

Moorehead, Alan, Montgomery. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1946.

Morgan, Gen. Sir Frederick, Overture to Overlord. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1950.

Morgan, Gen. Sir Frederick, Peace and War—A Soldier’s Life. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1961.

Morison, Samuel Eliot, The Invasion of France and Germany, 1944-45. Boston: Little, Brown, 1959.

Mosely, Philip E., The Kremlin and World Politics. New York: Vintage Books, Random House, 1960.

Mosley, Leonard, Report from Germany. London: Gollancz, 1945.

Murphy, Robert, Diplomat among Warriors. New York: Doubleday, 1964.

Musmanno, Michael A., Ten Days to Die. New York: Doubleday, 1950.

Nobécourt, Jacques, Le dernier coup de Dès de Hitler: la bataille des Ardennes. Paris: Robert Laffont, 1964.

North, John, North-West Europe, 1944-45. London: H. M. Stationery Office, 1953.

Oldfield, Col. Barney, Never a Shot in Anger. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1956.

Parker, Col. T. W., Jr., and Col. Thompson, Conquer, The Story of the Ninth Army. Washington, D.C.: Infantry Journal Press, 1947.

Paths of Armor. History of the 5th U.S. Armored Division. Atlanta: Albert Love Enterprises, 1945.

Patton, Gen. George S., Jr., War As I Knew It. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947.

Phillips, R. (editor), The Belsen Trial. London: William Hodge & Co., Ltd., 1949.

Poelchau, Harald, Die letzten Stunden. Berlin: Volk und Welt, 1949.

Pogue, Forrest C., “The Decision to Halt on the Elbe, 1945” in Command Decisions.Greenfield, Kent (editor). London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1960.

Pogue, Forrest C., The Supreme Command. Washington, D.C.: Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, 1954.

Radcliffe, Maj. G. L. Y., History of the 2nd Battalion. The King’s Shropshire Light Infantry in the Campaign NW Europe, 1944-45. London: Basil Black-well & Mott, Ltd., 1957.

Ridgway, Gen. Matthew B., Soldier: Memoirs. New York: Harper & Bros., 1956.

Riess, Curt, The Berlin Story. London: Frederick Muller, Ltd., 1953.

Rollins, Alfred B., Jr. (editor), Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Age of Action. New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1960.

Roosevelt, Elliott, As He Saw It. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1946.

Roosevelt, Franklin D., Nothing to Fear, The Selected Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1932-45. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946.

Royce, Hans (editor), Germans against Hitler. Bonn: Berto, 1952.

Rumpf, Hans, The Bombing of Germany. London: Frederick Muller, Ltd., 1963.

Russell, Lord, of Liverpool, The Scourge of the Swastika. London: Cassell & Co., Ltd., 1954.

Russell, William, Berlin Embassy. New York: E. P. Button, 1941.

Salmond, J. B., The History of the 51st Highland Division, 1939-1945. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood & Sons, Ltd., 1953.

Saunders, Hilary St. George, The Fight Is Won. Official History Royal Air Force, 1939-1945 (Vol. III). London: H. M. Stationery Office, 1954.

Saunders, Hilary St. George, The Red Beret. London: Michael Joseph, Ltd., 1950.

Schoenberner, Gerhard, Der gelbe Stern. Hamburg: Rutten & Loening, 1960.

Scholz, Arno, Outpost Berlin. Berlin: Arani, 1955.

Shabad, Theodore, Geography of the U.S.S.R. New York: Columbia University Press, 1951.

Sherwood, Robert E., The White House Papers of Harry L. Hopkins (Vols. I and II). London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1948.

Shirer, William L., Berlin Diary. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943.

Shirer, William L., End of a Berlin Diary. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1947.

Shirer, William L., The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. New York:Simon and Schuster, 1960.

Short History of the 7th Armoured Division, June 1943-July 1945, A. Privately published.

Shulman, Milton, Defeat in the West. London: Secker and Warburg, 1947.

Smith, Jean Edward, The Defense of Berlin. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1963.

Smith, Gen. Walter Bedell (with Stewart Beach), Eisenhower’s Six Great Decisions. New York: Longmans Green, 1956.

Snyder, Louis L., The War. A Concise History, 1939-1945. London: Robert Hale, Ltd., 1960.

Stacey, Col. C. P., The Canadian Army: 1939-45. Ottawa: Kings Printers, 1948.

Stein, Harold (editor), American Civil-Military Decisions. University of Alabama Press, 1963.

Steiner, Felix, Die Freiwilligen. Gottingen: Plesse, 1958.

Stettinius, Edward R., Roosevelt and the Russians: The Yalta Conference. New York: Doubleday, 1949.

Stimson, Henry L., and Bundy, McGeorge, On Active Service in Peace and War. New York: Harper & Bros., 1948.

Strang, Lord, Home and Abroad. London: Andre Deutsch, 1956.

Studnitz, Hans-Georg von. While Berlin Burns. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1964.

Tassigny, de Lattre de, Marshal. Histoire de la première armée française. Paris: Plon, 1949.

Taurus Pursuant: A History of the 11th Armoured Division. Privately published.

Taylor, Telford, Sword and Swastika. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1952.

Thorwald, Juergen, Flight in the Winter. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1953.

Tidy, Maj. Gen. Sir Henry Letheby (editor), Inter-Allied Conferences on War Medicine, 1942-45, Convened by the Royal Society of Medicine. London: Staples Press Ltd., 1947.

Toland, John, Battle. New York: Random House, 1959.

Trevor-Roper, H. R., The Last Days of Hitler. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1947.

Trial of German Major War Criminals, The (Vols. 1-26). London: H. M. Stationery Office, 1948.

Tully, Andrew, Berlin: Story of a Battle. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963.

The 12th Yorkshire Parachute Battalion in Germany, 24th March—16 May, 1945. Privately published.

United States Division Histories: XIII Corps—One Hundred and Eighty Days; 117th Inf., 1st Btn., 30th Div.—Curlew; 83rd Inf. Div.—Thunderbolt; 84th Inf. Div., The Battle for Germany by Lt. Theodore Draper; 113th Cavalry Group—Mechanized “Red Horse”; 119th Infantry; 30th Artillery Div.; 331st Infantry—We Saw It Through by Sgt. Jack M. Straus; 329th Infantry—Buckshot; XIXth Corps; 102nd Division; 34th Tank Btn., 5th Armored Div.; 30th Inf. Div.; 120th Inf. Regt.; Fire Mission—The Story of the 71st Armored F.A. Btn. in the ETO; History of the 67th Armored Regt. 1945; History of the 117th Infantry, 1944-45. Washington, D.C.: Dept. of Defense.

Verney, Maj. Gen. G. L., The Desert Rats, The History of the 7th Armoured Division. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1954.

Verney, Maj. Gen. G. L., The Guards Armoured Division. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1955.

Victory Division in Europe, The. A History of the 5th U.S. Armored Division. Gotha, Germany: privately printed, 1945.

Wallace, Sir Donald MacKenzie, Russia on the Eve of War and Revolution. New York: Random House. 1961.

Warlimont, Walter, Inside Hitler’s Headquarters. 1939-45. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1964.

Webster, Sir Charles, and Frankland, Noble, The Strategic Air Offensive against Germany, 1939-45 (Vols. 1-4). London: H. M. Stationery Office, 1961.

Wellard, James, General George S. Patton, Jr.: Man under Mars. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1946.

Werth, Alexander, Russia at War, 1941-45. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1964.

Wheeler-Bennett, J., Nemesis of Power—The German Army in Politics 1918-45. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1953.

White, D. F., The Growth of the Red Army. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1944.

White, W. L., Report on the Germans. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1947.

Wilmot, Chester, The Struggle for Europe. London: Collins. 1957.

Windsor, Philip, City on Leave. London: Chatto & Windus, 1963.

Woodward, Llewellyn. British Foreign Policy in World War II. London: H. M. Stationery Office, 1962.

Younger, Carlton, No Flight from the Cage. London: Frederick Muller, Ltd., 1956.

RUSSIAN BOOKS, OFFICIAL PAPERS AND DOCUMENTS

Andronikov, N. G., and others (collective authorship), Bronetankovye i mekhanizirovannye voiska Sovetskoi Armii (Tank and mechanized forces of the Soviet Army). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1958.

Batov, Gen. P. I., V pokhodakh i boyakh (Campaigns and battles). In the series Voennye Memuary. Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1962: History of the 65th Army. Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1959.

Boltin, Gen. E. A., and others (collective authorship), Istoriya Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny Sovetskovo Soyuza, 1947-1945 (History of the Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union. 1941-1945). Vols. 1-6. Moscow: Dept. of History, Institute of Marxism-Leninism, and Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1960-64.

Chuikov, Col. Gen. V. I., and Gen. Krebs, Stenographic record of conversations between Berlin: 30 April—1 May, 1945. Document. Moscow: Soviet privatearchives, individual possession; “Shturm Berlina” in Literaturnaya Rossiya (“The Storming of Berlin” inLiterary Russia). Moscow: March 27, 1964; The Beginning of the Road. London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1963.

Correspondence 1941-45: Winston Churchill; Franklin Roosevelt; Josef V. Stalin; Clement Atlee (Vols. 1-2). Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1957.

Ehrenburg, Ilya, We Come As Judges. London: Soviet War News, 1945; “Lyudi, gody, zhizn” in Novyi Mir (“People, Years, and Life” in New World). Moscow: 1962-63.

Gladkii, Lt. Col., 8 Guards Army, Interrogations Report of. Opisanie peregovorv s nachalnikom Generalnovo shtaba Sukhoputnykh Voisk Germanskoi Armii generalom pekhoty Gansom Krebsom i komanduyushym oboronoi goroda Berlin generalom artillerii Veidlingom o kapitylyatsii nemetskikh voisk v Berline (Record of conversations with the Chief of the General Staff of the Land Forces of the German Army, General of Infantry Hans Krebs, and the Commander of the Defense of the City of Berlin, General of Artillery Weidling, on the capitulation of German Forces in Berlin). Document. Moscow: Ministry of Defense Archives.

Gvardeiskaya tankovaya (History of the 2nd Guards Tank Army). Collective authorship. Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1963.

Kochetkov, Col. D., S zakrytymi lyukami in the series Voennye Memuary (With Closed Hatches). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1962.

Krivoshein, Gen. S. M., Ratnaya byl’ (This Was War). Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1959.

Neustroyev, Lt. Col. S. A., Put’ k Reikhstagu (The Road to the Reichstag) in series, Voennye Memuary. Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1948; “Shturm Reikhstagu” (The Storming of the Reichstag) in Voenno-istoricheskii Zhurnal, 1960.

Platonov, Lt. Gen. S. P. (editor), Vtoraya mirovaya voina 1939-1945 gg. Voennoistoricheskii ocherk (The Second World War, 1939-1945, Military-historical outline). Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1958.

Popiel, Lt. Gen. N., “Vperedi—Berlin!” (Forward—Berlin!) in Zvezda (Star). Personal memoir. Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1958.

Poplawski, Gen. S. G. (editor), Boevye deistviya Narodnovo Voiska Pol’skovo, 1943-1945 gg (Combat operations of the Polish National Army, 1943-45). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1961.

Samchuk, I. A., 13-ya Gvardeiskaya (13th Poltava Rifle Division). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1962.

Shturm Berlina (The Storming of Berlin). Collective authorship (Soviet participant accounts). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1948.

Simonov, K., Front Ocherki i rasskazy 1941-1945 (The Front. Sketches and stories, 1941-1945). Moscow:Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1960.

Smakotin, M. P., Ot Dona do Berlina (From the Don to Berlin). Combat history of the 153rd Rifle Division, later 57th Guards Rifle Division. Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1962.

Solomatin, Col. Gen. M. D., of Tank Troops, Krasnogradtsy (1st Krasnograd Mechanized Corps). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1963.

Soviet War News (Vols. 1-8, 1941-1945). London: Soviet Embassy Press.

Stavka Directives: 2-23 April, 1945. Document. Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R.

Sychev, Gen. K. V., and Malakbov, Col. M. M., The Rifle Corps Offensive. Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1958.

Telpukhovskii, Boris Sejonovitsch, The Soviet History of the Great National War, 1941-45. Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1959.

Troyanovskii, Lt. Col. P., Poslednie dni Berlina (The Last Days of Berlin). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1945.

Vyshevskii, V., Dnevniki voennykh let (Diary of the War Years). Vol. 4. Moscow: Publishing House for Artistic Literature, 1958; Sobranie sochinenii(Collected Works). Moscow: Publishing House for Artistic Literature, 1958.

Weidling, Gen., Interrogation of. By representative of the Soviet commander, Maj. Gen. Trusov. Document. Moscow: Ministry of Defense Archives, May, 1945.

What We Saw in Germany with the Red Army to Berlin. Thirteen Soviet war correspondents. London: Soviet Embassy Press, 1945.

Yedenskii, P. I., The Berlin Operation of the 3rd Shock Army. Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1961.

Yuschuk, Maj. Gen. I. I., of Tank Troops, Tank Operations and the Storming of Berlin. Moscow: Military Publishing House, Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1962.

Zhilin, Col. P. A., Vazhneishie operatsii Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny 1941-1945 gg (The Most Important Operations of the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945). Moscow: Ministry of Defense of the U.S.S.R., 1956.

Not listed above are battle orders, maps, intelligence estimates, extracts from certain interrogation reports and other voluminous documentation supplied to the author by the Soviet government and its various agencies.

GERMAN MANUSCRIPTS, MILITARY STUDIES AND CAPTURED DOCUMENTS

Adjutantur der Wehrmacht beim Führer, Beurteilung der Feindlage vor deutscher Ostfront im grossen—Stand 5.1.45 (Estimate of Soviet intentions). Document. German Military Archives.

Arndt, Lt. Gen. Karl, 39th Panzer Corps, 22 April—7 May, 1945. Office of the Chief of Military History (hereafter referred to as OCMH), Dept. of Army, U.S.A., MS B-221.

Blumentritt, Gen. Guenther, The Last Battles of the AOK Blumentritt, 10 April—5 May, 1945. OCMH, MS B-361; Battles Fought by the 1st Parachute Army, 29 March—9 April, 1945. OCMH, MS B-354.

Busse, Gen. Theodor, The Last Battle of the 9th German Army (Vol. 5). German Military Research Studies,Military Science Review, April, 1955.

Edelsheim, Gen. Freiherr von, Capitulation Negotiations between the 12th German Army and the Ninth U.S. Army, 4 May, 1945. OCMH, MS B-220.

Eismann, Col. Hans Georg, Eismann Papers: Diary, Narrative and Personal Notes by the Chief of Operations, Army Group Vistula, 14 January—7 May, 1945. Also, letters, battle sketches and other military studies prepared for Col. Gen. Heinrici. German sources.

End of Army Group Weichsel (Vistula) and Twelfth Army, The, 27 April—7 May, 1945, and Ninth Army’s Last Attack and Surrender, 21 April—7 May, 1945. Research studies by Magna E. Bauer, 1956. Foreign Studies Branch, OCMH.

Estor, Col. Fritz, The 11th Army, 1-23 April, 1945. OCMH, MS B-581.

Feindkrafteberechnungen (FHO): Feb. 19—Apr. 15, 1945 (Estimates of enemy strength). Document. German Military Archives.

FHO: “Wesentliche Merkmale des Feindbildes” for April 23-28 1945(Enemy order of battle; telegrams). Document. German Military Archives.

Fighting Qualities of the Russian Soldier, The (German estimates of). Vol. II, No. 8.OCMH, MS D-036.

Gareis, Gen. Martin, Personal Papers and Diary of the Commander of the 46th Panzer Corps, 1945. German sources.

Gehlen, Gen. Reinhard, Gedanken zur Feindbeurteilung 2.2.45 (Estimate of Soviet intentions). Document. German Military Archives; Vermutliche Weiterführung der souwj. russ.—Operationen … (Fremde Heere Ost): Stand: 2.2.45. Document. German Military Archives.

Gen. StdH/Abt. FHO (Chef): “Befehle Op.-Abt.” (Operational Orders: 7 March—25 April, 1945). Document. German Military Archives.

Heeresarzt/OKH: (German casualties, July 1943—April 1945 for German Army central military medical authorities). Document. German Military Archives.

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Notizen nach Führervortrag (to 31 March, 1945; for the Eastern Front). Document. German Military Archives.

Operation Eclipse. Captured and annotated copy from files of Organisationsabteilung, Generalstab des Heeres. Translated by John Flint.

Organization of the Volkssturm from Organisationsabteilung, Generalstab des Heeres. Document. German Military Archives.

Politische Angelegenheiten (The German White Book). German Military Archives.

Raus, Col. Gen. Erhard, The Pomeranian Battle and the Command in the East. Discussions with Reichsführer SS Himmler and Report to the Führer. OCMH, MS D-189.

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Schramm, Professor Percy E., Wehrmacht Losses, World War II. German War Potential at the Beginning of 1945. OCMH, MS B-716.

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Willemer, Col. Wilhelm, The German Defense of Berlin. With contributions by: Col. Gen. Gotthard Heinrici, Col. Hans Georg Eismann—Army Group Vistula; Maj. Gen. Erich Dethleffsen, Maj. Gen. Thilo von Trotha, Col. Bogislaw von Bonin, Col. Karl W. Thilo—Army High Command; Col. Hans Oscar Wöhlermann, Artillery Commander—56th Panzer Corps; Col. Gerhard Roos, Chief of Staff—Inspectorate of Fortifications; Col. Ulrich de Maizieres, Operations Branch—Army General Staff; Maj. Gen. Laegeler—Replacement Army; Lt. Gen. Helmut Friebe, Lt. Col. Mitzkus—Deputy Headquarters, Third Corps; Lt. Gen. Hellmuth Reymann, Commander—Berlin Defense Area; Lt. Col. Edgar Platho, Artillery Commander—Berlin Defense Area; Lt. Col. Karl Stamm, Maj. Pritsch—Wehrmacht Area Headquarters; Col. Gerhardt Trost—Luftwaffe; M/Sgt. Schmidt—Ordnance; Col. Erich Duensing, Police Commander—Berlin; Dr. Hans Fritsche, Chief, Radio Dept.—Propaganda Ministry; and Col. Guenther Hartung. Introduction by Col. Gen. Franz Halder, former Chief of the German General Staff. OCMH, MS P-136.

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SELECTED ARTICLES

Aichinger, Gerhard, “Wenck and Busse at the End of April, 1945.” Tagespiegel, January, 1957.

Andreas-Friedrich, Ruth, “Observation Post Berlin.” Die Zeit, July, 1962.

Arzet, Robert, “The Last Ten Days.” Tagespiegel, March, 1946.

Bailey, George, “The Russian at Reims.” The Reporter, May 20, 1965.

Baldwin, Hanson, “Victory in Europe.” Foreign Affairs, July, 1945.

“Battle for Berlin, The.” Revue de la défense nationale, January-June, 1953.

Bolte, Charles G., “Breakthrough in the East.” The Nation, January, 1945.

Cartier, Raymond, “The Day Hitler Died.” Paris-Match, July, 1962.

Chatterton-Hill, Dr. G., “The Last Days in Berlin.” Contemporary Review, May, June, 1946.

Codman, Lt. Col. Charles R., “For the Record: Buchenwald.” Atlantic Monthly, July, 1945.

Creel, George, “The President’s Health.” Collier’s, March, 1945.

“Dead Heart of Berlin.” From a Special Correspondent, The Times of London, June, 1945.

Ehrenburg, Ilya, “On to ‘Tamed Berlin.’” New York Times Magazine, August, 1944.

Erickson, John, “The Soviet Union at War (1941-45): An Essay on Sources and Studies.” Soviet Studies (Vol. XIV, No. 3). Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1963.

Flynn, John T., “Why Eisenhower’s Armies Did Not Take Berlin.” Reader’s Digest, August, 1948.

Franklin, William M., “Zonal Boundaries and Access to Berlin.” World Politics, Vol. XVI, No. 1, October, 1963.

Freidin, Seymour, and Fleischer, Jack, “The Last Days of Berlin” (two articles). Collier’s, August, 1945.

Geilinger, Dr. Eduard, “The Siege of Berlin” (A Swiss correspondent’s account). Neue Zürcher Zeitung, June, 1945.

Jacobi, Oscar, “Berlin Inferno.” New York Times Magazine, January, 1944; “Berlin Today.” New York Times Magazine, September, 1944.

Kuhn, Irene Corbally, “Patton: ‘The Russians Really Took Us for Suckers.’” Human Events, November, 1962.

Lauterbach, Richard, “Zhukov.” Life, February, 1945.

“Letters from Berlin.” Catholic World, November, 1945.

Mitchell, Donald W., “Allied Pincers Close on Germany.” Current History, March, 1945.

Morris, Joe Alex, “Germany Waits to Be Saved.” Collier’s, September, 1945.

Mosely, Philip E., “Dismemberment of Germany.” Foreign Affairs, April, 1950; “The Occupation of Germany.” Foreign Affairs, July, 1950.

Olson, Sidney, “Defeated Land.” Life, May, 1945.

Paret, Peter, “An Aftermath of the Plot Against Hitler: the Lehrterstrasse Prison in Berlin, 1944-45.” Journal of the Institute of Historical Research (Vol. 32, No. 85). University of London. The Athlone Press, 1959.

Powell, Robert, “Berlin Today.” Fortnightly, October, 1945.

Prinz, Gunther, “When the Guns Fell Silent.” Berliner Morgenpost, May, 1945.

Rosinski, Herbert, “The Red Flood.” U.S. Army Combat Forces Journal, July, 1953.

Sayre, Joel, “Letter from Berlin.” The New Yorker, August, 1945; “That Was Berlin” (five articles). The New Yorker, September, October, 1948.

Singh, Brig. Thakul Sheodatt, “The Battle of Berlin.” Journal of the U.S. Institute of India, 1949-50.

Sondern, Frederic, “Adolf Hitler’s Last Days.” Reader’s Digest, June, 1951.

Thompson, John H., “Meeting on the Elbe.” Chicago Daily Tribune, April, 1945.

Warner, Albert, “Our Secret Deal over Germany.” The Saturday Evening Post, August, 1952.

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