Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part I, pgs. 165-206 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, pgs. 165-206 Summary and Analysis

Shirer is in Berlin on April 28 for Hitler's address to the Reichstag and sails to America in late June. Tess has received her citizenship. He finds out that many Americans feel that there will not be a war. In London on July 14, Murrow and the European staff meet to plan their war coverage. Back in Berlin in August, Murrow and the other correspondents discuss whether Hitler will go to war over Poland. According to the German newspapers, Poland threatens Germany and not the other way around.

On August 11, Shirer arrives in Danzig, Poland. It reminds him of the situation in the Sudentenland a year earlier. The people of the city want to be part of Germany. He then goes to Warsaw where he finds the people calm, confident, and ready to fight.

Returning to Berlin...

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