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Read a lot about WW2 and have to say the above books by Antony Beevor are the best I've came across.

They're massive reads, so be warned, but really gets the mind thinking and paints some pretty sobering pictures. Stalingrad in particular. Not just from the Soviet perspective either.
I've read the d-day and Stalingrad - good books.
Certainly if you like them, Monte Cassino by Matthew Parker is very good.

Grey Wolf, which discusses the possibility that Hitler escaped Berlin is shite though, sounded promising as well.
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