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Berlin Diary
Berlin Diary
Author: William L. Shirer
The Diary of William Shirer, the CXBS Correspondent in Germany and Europe for CBS Radio covering his time in Berlin and around Europe 1934-1941 December. Great Insights into the rise of Hiutler and the Nazis and what drove them and allowed them to Convince Europe of their "superiority.
ISBN: 28101
Pages: 626
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Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
Book Type: Paperback
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A facinating read for me in that I grew up in Berlin at this time and remember the times after this diary stops. It really shows how the Teutonic mythology drove Hitler, His group and allowed the German people to follow this "adventure". Makes me wonder about the Mythology of GW Bush of the rise of the "Christian Pioneers/cowboys and how their experience is his guiding light and that of those who follow him no matter what. This is a hardcopy book.