I started this yesterday: Soldiers - German POWs on Fighting, Killing, and Dying. Sonke Neitzel & Harald Welzer, 2011, (translated v 2012), Vintage Books,351 pages plus extensive endnotes. ISBN 978 0 307 94833 5 A few photos, no maps. Transcribed secret recordings were made of the conversations between German PoWs in British and US control during the war. Neitzel found them in 2001 and used them for the basis of his doctoral thesis This book is the outgrowth of his educational efforts. The first 2-3 chapters are discussions of psychological theory and was rather turgid. The next few chapters seem to be picking up my interest better. EDIT: I gave up on this one about 40% into it. It got worse as it went along and was so boring I had to say "uncle" and move on to something else.