Berlin Diary: The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941by William L. Shirer
The Journal of a Foreign correspondent 1934-1941. When it first appeared in 1941, Berlin Diary made history as 'the most complete news report yet to come out of wartime Germany' (Time). William L. Shirer's journal, filled 'with increasing horror and fascination, ' bears witness to Europe's 'plunge down the road to Armageddon' with unparalleled immediacy.
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- 5.49(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.51(d)
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William L. Shirer (1904-94) was a newspaper correspondent and radio journalist in the years before and during World War II. His many books include the critically acclaimed bestseller The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, This Is Berlin, and The Nightmare Years.
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This is a personal description, written by a caring, sensitive man, of the growing horror that was Nazism.
This is a pretty good book. It gives a nincite into Nazi Germany during WW2 but before the US entered the war. I would recomend for all historians to read.