Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part II, pgs. 532 - 575 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, pgs. 532 - 575 Summary and Analysis

One September 27, Germany, Japan, and Italy sign a military pact against the United States. They have promised to help one another if attacked. Shirer covers the announcement of the pact and feels that Hitler will not need this pact if he had thought that he could easily win in England. Hitler and Mussolini meet again in Bremer on October 4.

In mid-October, Shirer is still thinking of a travel route to America for himself and his family. He is alarmed about rumors of Hitler going into Spain to take Gibraltar. Lisbon, Portugal is the only place where a boat or plane can go to America unless one goes through Russia. Tess is supposed to leave at the end of October and Shirer is supposed to follow in December. He feels his usefulness is over due to...

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