The Long Road Home

The Long Road Home

by Ben Shephard
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The Long Road Home: The Aftermath of the Second World War 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
mary_kvn More than 1 year ago
Three reviewers gave this book a low rating because of its e-book price (now $17.99) rather than because of the quality of its content. This is definitely worth reading! Few historians have explored the history of the millions of refugees who spent years (into the 1950s) in refugee camps before being granted asylum in various countries around the globe. Mr. Shephard has made a valuable contribution to the history of WWII, combining both historical and personal data in a highly readable narrative form.
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Gamma46 More than 1 year ago
I was spellbound - it reads like a novel. Lots of information regarding the aftermath of WWII that probably many people are not aware. A very even-handed history - tells both the good and the bad. There are many heartwrenching individual stories but the ugly side of human nature is also revealed. Without taking sides, the book also shows how our government is capable of doing so many very good things and at the same time - in military slang - be 'snafu'. I stopped reading so often to relate to my husband something from the book that he decided to read it also. The book is well researched. Highly recommended.
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Why is this ebook so expensive?. Sounds like a good book but I will wait for the price to come down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although the book looks fascinating, I would never pay that much. Sorry, you guys really flubbed up on pricing this one.
D_Hunter More than 1 year ago
The E-Book is $10.00 more then the hardcover ! That would be a NO !