And where Were You, Adam? by Heinrich Böll

This novel is a collection of interconnected short stories set during World War II, providing a vivid portrayal of the human costs of war. The narrative follows various characters including soldiers, civilians, and victims of war, each offering different perspectives on the realities of war. It explores themes of loss, survival, and the moral ambiguities of war, highlighting the author's anti-war sentiments.

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