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Starts at 10:05 am on Monday, 13 August 2012
Former British army officer Antony Beevor brings military history to life in his award-winning books which include Stalingrad, Berlin and D-Day. His best-selling works are credited with detailing the horrors of combat and persecution, giving readers an insight into what war is really like for both soldiers and civilians. The military historian's latest book The Second World War, takes a fresh look what he describes as the cruellest and more destructive conflict the world has ever known. Mr Beevor talks to Kathryn Ryan about the dilemmas that the war posed and whether the current political disintegration in Europe has any parallels with the 1930s.
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