There seems to be a shortage of books concerning the battles for Germany in 1945, from both East and West. From my understanding, for the Western Allies the fighting was just as bloody as any encountered previously. For the Russians the losses were just as high as in former years and I believe the Wehrmacht losses in the final year were above one million. So it seems surprising that there are so few books about the battles of 1945. The books I am aware of (only for the Western Allies) include: No Triumphant Procession by John Russell (British 2nd Army April 1945) So Few Got Through by Martin Lindsay (Gordon Highlanders 44-45) Battalion by Alastair Borthwick (Seaforth Highlanders 42-45) Max Hastings' Armageddon is good but does not deal with the battles in depth. Can anyone recommend some more? Of real interest would be the Baltic battles against the Russians.