"The Russians were magnificent conquerors. They did the things a legion of Genghis Kahn might have done if they had forced the surrender of this wonderful prize."
"Berlin, as we saw it from a jeep, was a series of impressions...the strange twisted mouth of a horse that had died by shrapnel, the brilliant grin of a Russian girl directing traffic..."
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