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From the Publisher"An extremely detailed biographical account of five American expatriates who broadcast on shortwave for the Nazis . . . The author, an archivist at the University of Georgia, relies on letters, transcripts from treason trials, and other evidence to probe individual motivations. Recommended for collections dealing with World War II propaganda."
"Edwards offers a fascinating account, as scholarly as it is readable. . . . Berlin calling is a fine work, of particular interest to students of Nazism, American extremism, and the propaganda of the Second World War."
The International History Review
"[T]his is an engrossing book. For it not only tells a history, not yet told, but it also delves into the enigmatic nature of the human psyche . . . and the makings of treason."
Martyrdom and Resistance
"John Carver Edwards' Berlin Calling is an intriguing, you-were-there expose of American journalists who turned their backs on their country during the Third Reich."
The Athens Observer
"[Edwards'] book makes a nice addition to the library of any World War II junkie."
The Atlanta Journal