Winter: A Berlin Family, 1899–1945

Winter: A Berlin Family, 1899–1945
Title Winter: A Berlin Family, 1899–1945 PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Total Pages 20
Release 2010-06-10
Genre Fiction
ISBN 0007387210

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Epic prelude to the classic spy trilogy, GAME, SET and MATCH, that follows the fortunes of a German dynasty during two world wars.

Winter

Winter
Title Winter PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher Penguin Classics
Total Pages 0
Release 2021-05-06
Genre Fiction
ISBN 9780241505557

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'A monumental work ... brilliantly executed' Daily Telegraph 'The pace and tension leave one almost breathless. A frightening yet compelling novel' Sunday Telegraph Peter and Paul, the two sons of German businessman Harald Winter, are bonded together by a childhood trauma. But as they grow up the brothers also grow apart. When the shadow of the Third Reich falls they become divided by war and their differing ideals - only to meet again years later at the Nuremberg trials. An epic prelude to the Bernard Samson Game, Set and Match trilogy, Winter is a rich, tragic portrait of the fortunes of a family, and a nation, over half a century.

Winter: the Tragic Story of a Berlin Family, 1899-1945

Winter: the Tragic Story of a Berlin Family, 1899-1945
Title Winter: the Tragic Story of a Berlin Family, 1899-1945 PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher HarperCollins
Total Pages 0
Release 2015-06-18
Genre Berlin (Germany)
ISBN 9780008124885

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Epic prelude to the classic spy trilogy, GAME, SET and MATCH, that follows the fortunes of a German dynasty during two world wars.

Winter

Winter
Title Winter PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher
Total Pages
Release 2004
Genre Berlin (Germany)
ISBN

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This novel is the prequel to the Bernard Samson series. It draws a picture of life in Nazi Germany for an upper middle-class family, and of the muddle and madness that led to violence and depravity. As the century opens, Veronica Winter, American by birth, bears her German husband a second son. The boy, Paul, and his brother, Peter, are the central characters in a complex and tragic family drama.

Winter

Winter
Title Winter PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher
Total Pages 536
Release 1988
Genre
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Berlin Game

Berlin Game
Title Berlin Game PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher Penguin Classics
Total Pages 0
Release 2021-05-27
Genre Fiction
ISBN 9780241505144

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Embattled agent Bernard Samson is used to being passed over for promotion as his younger, more ambitious colleagues - including his own wife Fiona - rise up the ranks of MI6. When a valued agent in East Berlin warns the British of a mole at the heart of the Service, Samson must return to the field and the city he loves to uncover the traitor's identity. This is the first novel in Len Deighton's acclaimed, Game, Set and Match trilogy. -

Winter

Winter
Title Winter PDF eBook
Author Len Deighton
Publisher Ballantine Books
Total Pages 548
Release 1989
Genre Berlin (Germany)
ISBN 9780345359315

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Peter and Pauli Winter are two very different brothers born into a time when the horrors of war engulf and extinguish the Germany that is. Yet for all their differences, the destinies of the two brothers are forever bound to the madness that lies ahead. From their sheltered childhood through their violent coming of age in the Great War . . . from the chaos of 1920 Berlin to the spreading power of Hitler . . . the brothers are wrenched apart by conflicting ideals and ambitions. Now mortal enemies, they are trapped in a holocaust that threatens to tear them -- and the world -- to pieces.