Berlin at War by Roger Moorhouse
This book is a shining example in a sea of books of World War II history. Roger Moorhouse manages to bring wartime Berlin to life in the readers mind.
The book is exhaustedly researched and covers a wide range of topics. The author brings together both personal accounts and academic research into a Tour de force. From the dreams of the Third Reich to build a capital like no other, to the day to day struggle for survival of the normal citizens, this book is an addictive read.