The Volga Rises in Europe

Although Italy was allied with Germany in World War II, the Italian viewpoint on the war often differed sharply from that of the Germans. Afraid of alienating Mussolini, the Germans were forced to allow journalist and novelist Curzio Malaparte to tour the Eastern Front, although his candid reporting infuriated Goebbels. Malaparte was an eyewitness to the campaigns in Finland, the Ukraine, and Leningrad, and has left behind a moving account of many small incidents in the day-to-day conduct of the war.

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