Hi all, I recently read The Last Battle by Cornelius Ryan and loved it. I particularly enjoyed how it interspersed personal stories of daily life in Berlin under the looming threat of daily bombing campaigns and the advancing threat of a Russian army on the eastern front, while still providing great detail on grand war plans of the British and Russians. I have A Bridge Too Far and The Longest Day on my bookshelf to read. Can anyone suggest similar World War Two authors/historians who write with a similar slant towards the personal? I'd love more books like this in my (small, but growing) collection. Thanks!