The picture he paints is a depressing, and in some ways horrifying, one and he is fairly free with his judgements. It is also a complicated picture and the treatment is, as he admits, not full: the French zone is far less fully treated. However, by concentrating on daily lives Mr MacDonogh has given readers the history of an era all too often ignored.
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