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    Well worth reading.

    A good story, of the "what if..." kind. Interesting description of Munich at the time. I will try to read Fatherland soon.
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    Munich

    Excelent read. Factual but entertaining. moves along with just right amount of detail.
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    Munich is engaging and gripping

    Great story with engaging characters that you can imagine might just have been with enough historical accuracy to put the reader in a moment of history.
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    A great read

    Another excellent book from Harris...couldn’t put it down!
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    A new opinion of Chamberline

    I simply had no idea what was involved in the Munich Crisis. I thought C was just an appeaser, but the lengths he went to to try and obtain a stable peace were tremendous. But it's a lesson we still need to remember when dealing with other Hitlers, and one which seems to have been forgotten in some quarters.
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