Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

When did Shirer return to Berlin after attending the meeting of the International Broadcasting Union in Lausanne? (from Part II, pgs. 289-330)

2.

What countries did Tess make plans to leave Germany through? (from Part II, pgs. 331-369)

3.

When were the Germans entering Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg? (from Part II, pgs. 331-369)

4.

How long ago did Shirer say the last military action took place in Part II, pgs. 248-289? (from Part II, pgs. 248-289)

5.

Who provided Shirer's transmitters for his reports on the war? (from Part II, pgs. 409-450)

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