Living the German nightmare in Berlin
12th January 1943: As Hitler's occupation of Europe reaches its zenith, ordinary Germans have to face up to the reality of their situation
In Germany, there was a growing sense that the war was not turning out as the Nazis had promised. Whilst the extent of the Nazi occupation across Europe was at its height, there was growing uneasiness over the news from the Eastern Front and Stalingrad in particular.
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