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.

Hermann Goring

This person was in charge of...

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