Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Study Guide Part II, pgs. 207-248 Summary & Analysis

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The war has been going on for a week and life in Berlin is still normal. The Allies begin a blockade of Germany that cuts off some supplies. On September 17, the Russian Army invades Poland. The next day, Shirer drives to the front near Danzig. He watches the battle with other news correspondents. The Poles finally surrenders. Later that day, Hitler gives a speech in Danzig. He is angry because he cannot give the speech in Warsaw because the Warsaw Poles are still fighting there. Hitler does not offer a peace and says that Germany will continue to fight as long as England and France continue the war.

By September 21, the Germans have concluded the counter attack, even though Warsaw is still fighting. In the United States, Roosevelt asks Congress to repeal the neutrality law so they could help...

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