Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Study Guide Part II, pgs. 248-289 Summary & Analysis

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In November, the execution of traitors and those who committed crimes against Germans continues. While there has not been any military action for two months, it is expected to change. When Shirer returns home in Geneva on December 1, the Russians invade Finland. Shirer has to arrange for transmitters so they can report on the situation in Finland. Finally, Murrow makes arrangements with the BBC.

On December 10, Murrow in England and Shirer in Berlin have the first Berlin-London phone conversation that is allowed since the beginning of the war. On December 14, the Graf Specis sinks off the coast of Montevideo. There are several days of conflicting reports as to what really happened. Shirer spends Christmas in Berlin. He spends the next two days with the German fleet at Kiel and Hamburg.

New Year's Eve, Shirer is back in Berlin. On...

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