Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part II, pgs. 409-450 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, pgs. 409-450 Summary and Analysis

Shirer arrives in Paris on June 17. He is amazed that the streets are deserted. He meets Walter Kerr and Demaree Bess at the hotel and learns that most of his friends have left the city. Three million out of a total population of five million people had fled. The city is declared an open city and the Germans are well behaved, but the roads outside the city are clogged with millions of refugees.

One June 21, the Germans sign their armistice with France. The ceremony takes place at the same place that it did in 1918 to make German revenge complete. Shirer covers the ceremony at which Hitler is present. The French must also fly to Italy to sign an armistice with the Italians. Then the fighting will stop.

Returning to Paris after the ceremony, he and...

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