I apparently missed posting about January's Book which is a short-sight on my part because it was actually quite an intriguing book.
Having grown up in a Jewish community, I really only learned about WWII from a very specific point of view. We even watched Schindler's List in an 8th grade assembly, and then visited the Holocaust Museum in DC shortly after.
This book, Those Who Save Us, is written from the point of view of a German civilian and brings to light what it was like to live as a German woman in Bavaria during this horrific time.
You'll learn a lot, wonder even more and maybe even shed a tear reading this one.