Review: THE MAN WITH THE IRON HEART by Harry Turtledove

Another book read by Christopher from Doolittle’s for the WWII reading challenge was Harry Turtledove’s The Man With the Iron Heart.  Here’s a little of what he had to say about the book:

The initial idea is interesting. Why did Nazi Germany accept Allied occupation when so many other countries have fought long guerrilla wars against occupying forces? How is 1946 Germany different than 1979 Afghanistan or 1960s Vietnam? How is it like the former Confederate States in the 1860s?

These are important and valid questions that I feel were swept under the rug.

Read the full review here.

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