Five Books That illuminate the Agony and Uncertainty of Civilians Caught in Wars

From a Washington Post story by John Tirman headlined “Five books that illuminate the agony and uncertainty of civilians caught in wars”:

The civilian catastrophe in Ukraine is hard to witness. Every day we get new images of Russia’s bombardment of the innocent: homes blasted apart, hospitals leveled, cars and buses shredded, mothers and children dead in the streets, and in one heartbreaking photo, a bloodied pregnant woman ferried away on a stretcher only to lose her baby and her own life later.