I could not finish listening to this audio book. While the story itself is clearly compelling, the rubbish narrator utterly ruins it.
For me, this kind of subject matter doesn't work as an audio book. It is hard stuff. Perhaps if I could not read and had no alternative, I would go for it. Otherwise, no.
Good background and description of events leading up to the war.
The narrator mispronounces people's names and places. And he pronounces the same place different ways (like Alsace). It utterly ruins the narrative, and complicates any further research one might care to make. I finally tore my headphones off in disgust.
Get a refund from the narrator and have someone else do it. Who vets these narrators out, anyway? Shame on them.
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