Everything you need to understand or teach Berlin Diary by William L. Shirer.
Berlin Diary, the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent 1934-1941, by William L. Shirer, is the fascinating story of the author's experience as a news reporter in Nazi Germany. The book is written from the author's journal from 1934 until 1941 in diary form. Shirer discusses the people he met, the places he went and the various situations he found himself in.
The author and his wife Tess spends the year of 1933 on sabbatical in Spain. Shirer needs to recover from illness he has suffered in India and Afghanistan and an injury he sustains while skiing in the Alps. When he returns to Paris, France, it is a different world that he returns to. Adolph Hitler and the Nazis are completing their first year of holding power in Germany. Both the fascist and communist movements are popular in Europe. Shirer and his wife love Paris but the situation in... View more of the Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 Summary
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