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Fascism/Falangismo and Their Legacies in Spain, Italy and Germany: Books

Five Days That Shocked the World

 

    By Nicholas Best.

   

 

 

“In the momentous days from April 28 to May 2, 1945, the world witnessed the death of two Fascist dictators and the fall of Berlin. Mussolini’s capture and execution by Italian partisans, the suicide of Adolf Hitler, and the fall of the German capital signaled the end of the four-year war in the European Theater. In Five Days That Shocked the World , Nicholas Best thrills readers with the first-person accounts of those who lived through this dramatic time

In skillfully synthesizing these personal narratives, Best creates a compelling chronicle of the five earth-shaking days when Fascism lost it death grip on Europe. With this vivid and fast-paced narrative, the author reaffirms his reputation as an expert on the final days of great wars.”  From Jacket.

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