Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Part I, pgs. 4-44

• In Part I, pgs. 4-44, Shirer had just spent a year on sabbatical in Spain and began work in Paris in February 1934.

• Shirer covered a demonstration at the Place de la Concorde, which turned violent.

• Doumergue got named to the head of the government.

• There were problems in Austria.

• Nazi socialists fought the Heimwher.

• Shirer stayed in Paris and wanted to go to Berlin on June 30, when Hitler and Goring secured power.

• On August 9, Shirer was offered a position in Berlin and accepted. He moved on August 25.

• Shirer saw a party rally in Nuremberg on September 14, and noted how easy it would be to assassinate Hitler and noticed the hold Hitler had on the German people.

• On January 1935, those of Saar voted to join the Reich.

• On March 16, a press conference with Dr. Goebbels announced the restoration of universal military service and the formation...

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