Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part II, pgs. 451-492 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, pgs. 451-492 Summary and Analysis

On July 15, the German press reported that the troops are ready to attack Britain. There is a victory parade in Berlin on July 18. The next day, Hitler offers peace to Britain. There is no official reaction from the British until July 22 and the answer is no.

Hitler's plans for the new order are revealed on July 25. This includes all of the territories conquered by the Reich. While the region is self-sufficient in food, it lacks raw materials.

Shirer and other journalists are flown to Hamburg on August 4. The Germans tell them that they can see whatever they want there. They notice that the RAF bombings have caused little damage. The Germans announce that they do not accept responsibility for feeding the people in the occupied territories. They are hoping that the Americans will supply food...

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