Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 Topics for Discussion

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Why did Shirer and Tess take a year off in Spain? What changes occurred in Europe during that time?

What were the events that led to the beginning of World War II? What was Hitler's goal before the fighting began?

What is the position of the Russians as World War II begins? How does it change? Why?

What was the position of the United States in 1939? What was the neutrality bill? Why was it repealed?

Discuss the use of propaganda in Nazi Germany? How were certain facts and events presented to the German people? Why?

What is the new order? Where did the term originate? How was it applied?

Why did Shirer decide to leave Berlin permanently? What were the factors he considered?

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