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Named Book of the Year by the Sunday Times TLS Spectator Sunday Telegraph Daily Mail and Scotland on Sunday Ian Kershaws The End is a searing account of the final months of Nazi Germany laying bare the fear and fanaticism that drove a nation to destructionIn almost every major war there comes a point where defeat looms for one side and its rulers cut a deal with the victors if only in an attempt to save their own skins In Hitlers Germany nothing of this kind happened in the end the regime had to be stamped out town by town with an almost unprecedented level of brutalityJust what made Germany keep on fighting?Why did its rulers not cut a deal to save their own skins?And why did ordinary people continue to obey the Fuhrers suicidal orders with countless Germans executing their own countrymen for desertion or defeatism?Nuanced and sophisticated undoubtedly a masterpieceMail on SundayGripping yet scholarly the best attempt by far to answer the complex uestion of why Nazi Germany carried on fighting to total self destruction Antony Beevor TelegraphMasterly Kershaws gripping and boldly intelligent work of scholarship will surely become the standard account of the Nazi systems terrible final phase Financial TimesBrilliant utterly terrifying Sunday Times Books of the YearNamed Book of the Year by the Sunday Times TLS Spectator Sunday Telegraph Daily Mail and Scotland on Sunday Ian Kershaws The Endis a searing account of the final months of Nazi Germany laying bare the fear and fanaticism that drove a nation todestructionIn almost every major war there comes a point where defeat looms for one side and its rulers cut a deal with the victors if only in an attempt to save their own skins In Hitlers Germany nothing of this kind happened in the end the regime had to be stamped out town by town with an almost unprecedented level of brutalityJust what made Germany keep on fighting?Why did its rulers not cut a deal to save their own skins?And why did ordinary people continue to obey the Fuhrers suicidal orders with countless Germans executing their own countrymen for desertion or defeatism?Nuanced and sophisticated undoubtedly a masterpieceMail on SundayGripping yet scholarly the best attempt by far to answer the complex uestion of why Nazi Germany carried on fighting to total self destruction Antony Beevor TelegraphMasterly Kershaws gripping and boldly intelligent work of scholarship will surely become the standard account of the Nazi systems terrible final phase Financial TimesBrilliant utterly terrifying Sunday Times Books of the YearNamed Book of the Year by the Sunday Times TLS Spectator Sunday Telegraph Daily Mail and Scotland on Sunday Ian Kershaws The Endis a searing account of the final months of Nazi Germany laying bare the fear and fanaticism that drove a nation todestructionIn almost every major war there comes a point where defeat looms for one side and its rulers cut a deal with the victors if only in an attempt to save their own skins In Hitlers Germany nothing of this kind happened in the end the regime had to be stamped out town by town with an almost unprecedented level of brutalityJust what made Germany keep on fighting?Why did its rulers not cut a deal to save their own skins?And why did ordinary people continue to obey the Fuhrers suicidal orders with countless Germans executing their own countrymen for desertion or defeatism?Nuanced and sophisticated undoubtedly a masterpieceMail on SundayGripping yet scholarly the best attempt by far to answer the complex uestion of why Nazi Germany carried on fighting to total self destruction Antony Beevor TelegraphMasterly Kershaws gripping and boldly intelligent work of scholarship will surely become the standard account of the Nazi systems terrible final phase Financial TimesBrilliant utterly terrifying Sunday Times Books of the Year