Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part II, pgs. 492 - 552 Summary & Analysis

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The nightly bombing raids on Berlin continue. Concentration camp prisoners remove time bombs. They are promised release if they survive. As the British are bombing Berlin, the Germans bomb London. Shirer again comments on the Nazi propaganda and how the people are being lied to. Berliners now know that they are being lied to.

The bombings continue along with the censorship. The censors have the right to censor whatever they want and the broadcaster has the right to decline to broadcast because of the censorship.

Shirer is in Geneva on September 16 when the Germans attempt a landing in England. They are not successful and suffered heavy losses. When he returns to Berlin on September 18, he sees a long hospital train unloading the wounded. There is talk of a new British weapon, which is a wireless torpedo that spreads flame...

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