Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part I, pgs. 125-165 Summary & Analysis

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In a speech given on September 12th, Hitler demands self-determination for the Studentens. He does not threaten however to invade Czechoslovakia. Shirer is in Prague at the time. The Czech government says that it will fight if it is invaded and Shirer remains in Prague for several days to see if war will begin. After brief fighting, the revolt is put down. There is no German invasion. Shirer has problem sending his broadcasts so he cables the information.

Chanmberlain of England meets with Hitler and agrees on a plebescite for the Sudentenland but the Czech government refuses to accept it. Murrow tells Shirer that Chamberlain will meet Hitler in the next few days and that both the French and British are asking the Czechs to surrender to Hitler. Shirer covers the meeting at Godosberg at which neither Hitler nor...

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