La batalla de Berlin. Fin del Tercer Reich by Earl F. Ziemke

By Earl F. Ziemke

Un gobierno alem#225;n sensato habr#237;a aprovechado l. a. pausa de finales del verano de 1944 para solicitar un armisticio y escapar as#237; a l. a. ola ultimate de destrucci#243;n. Eso esperaban los aliados, incluso de un gobierno como el de Hitler. Se equivocaban. El resultado fue l. a. batalla de Berlin... una de las operaciones mas importantes, mas duras y de mayores consecuencias de toda l. a. guerra.

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Since he had bought her a complete set of all the works that have ever appeared in the world bound in India paper, he had found ideal moments of solitude, as she was busy all day separating the book leaves that had been sealed hermetically by their dazzling gold rims. He was enjoying the spurious hypertrophy of a heart felt at those moments when one looks back at life with satisfaction. “Ring…ring…riiiing…” The doorbell at the end of the hall tickled the house. He always could tell which of the two bells had rung, whether it was the gentle jingle of the interior bell—for calls by young masters—or the sharp sounding exterior one that announced arrivals from the outside.

In the five-thirty half-light of an autumn afternoon—a light that gave the study the look of embossed leather—the visitor resembled Rudi. “Please sit down,” Rudi said, offering the visitor a chair. ” Rudi asked in astonishment. … Almost nobody knows it, and yet it is a culminating point of existence…” Rudi looked at this character who had taken him by surprise; he had a vague wheeler-dealer look with the face of a gypsy chocolate-maker, a strange face, lobed, with blisters, ducts, veins and arteries all exposed.

In the five-thirty half-light of an autumn afternoon—a light that gave the study the look of embossed leather—the visitor resembled Rudi. “Please sit down,” Rudi said, offering the visitor a chair. ” Rudi asked in astonishment. … Almost nobody knows it, and yet it is a culminating point of existence…” Rudi looked at this character who had taken him by surprise; he had a vague wheeler-dealer look with the face of a gypsy chocolate-maker, a strange face, lobed, with blisters, ducts, veins and arteries all exposed.

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