Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 - Part II, pgs. 575 - 605 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, pgs. 575 - 605 Summary and Analysis

On November 27, there is the hint of a big story but Shirer knows that he is leaving on December 5. There are stories of sabotage in Holland. On December 1, Shirer writes that the one and a half year blockade has not really hindered the Nazis. There is food rationing but they are not starving. The Germans have sustained little damage from the British air raids. Even though there is no enthusiasm for the war, morale is still good. Hitler gave them the reunification of Germany, something no other leader could.

Shirer feels that Germans and the world understand Hitler. He is surrounded by loyal men but has no friends. Shirer feels that Hitler is contemplating war with the United States and feels that he can take England before American aid becomes effective.

On December 3, there are...

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