Berlin Diary: the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent 1934-1941 Unknown Binding – 1941
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Shirer lived through and recorded the most tumultuous times in a most readable way.
The diary covers the years from Hitlers ascension to absolute power until the end of 1940.
The most amazing thing about these daily thoughts show how perceptive Shirer was, almost as if he had written in hindsight.
I cannot praise this book enough, an absolute must for students of WWII history and Germany
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Birthday present for husband - great success. Loved it, read bits to me and devoured quickly. Delivery within Prime parameters.Published 4 months ago by Jane Gould
Fascinating journal. Read it in print years ago. Now on Kindle it loses nothing. Shirer was brilliant in his perceptions of the lunatics in the Nazi party !Published 12 months ago by CHIGMEISTER
This gives a bird,s eye view of how correspondents from all all over Europe had to deal with the duplicitous leaders of the third Reich.Published 15 months ago by L. Travis
This is almost certainly a flawed book, but compelling at the same time. It documents Germany's remorseless progress towards and into WW2. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mike
A must read for all people, young and elderly, interested in the history of WWIIPublished 15 months ago by L. J. Dell
Great diary, so full of snippets of wisdom, understanding of ills of a nation gripped by Nazism, and of the weakness of western governments in the lead up to 1939 and after. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Caspar