Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part I, pgs. 83-124 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, pgs. 83-124 Summary and Analysis

Tess returns in September and they pack for their move to Vienna where Shirer will be based. Shirer has to travel to Paris, Geneva, London, and Rome to meet the CBS radio people. Austria is a neutral country and they are happy to be leaving Berlin after three years living there. There are food and other shortages in Germany.

Hitler talks of peace to visiting leaders, but Shirer says he is preparing for war and quotes several passages from Mein Kampf in support of this position.

Shirer's first broadcasting assignment is to cover the line Power Conference in Brussels. He has to hire other reporters to do the actual broadcasts per CBS policy.

In February 1938, Hitler reorganizes his staff and then meets with Schuschnigg of Austria. Among other things, he demands that the Nazis be...

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