Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 Character Descriptions

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William L. Shirer - This person was a news correspondent in the 1930's and spent time in Berlin in 1940. This person traveled around Europe, but felt ineffective because of the degree of censorship.

Adolph Hitler - This person was Austrian and became a leader of the Social Democrats and a master of creating mass-hysteria.

Tess Shirer - This person traveled around Europe and became pregnant in 1937, then left for the United States in October 1940.

Edward R. Murrow - This person was a CBS news correspondent and European manager who was based in London, but traveled frequently.

Heinrich Himmler - This person was a country school teacher and became the number three man in Germany, and was described as ruthless.

Paul Jospeph Goebbels - This person authorized all transmissions through Germany and was in charge of propaganda, including making sure that foreign news correspondents had extra rations.

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