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Shirer gives a depth insight into the live of American journalist in Nazi Germany. Book is particularly interested in a part describing pre-war events in Austria and... Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Mateusz Ostachowski
A truly fascinating first person account from an American journalist living in Berlin through the rise of Hitler's Third Reich!
I learned quite a lot about how WWII escalated.
A great first hand account of Hitler's/Nazi Party rise to power. Highly recommend.Published 2 days ago by K. Boyd
Very well written. Interesting to hear the perspective of an American living in Berlin throughout the war years.Published 8 days ago by marie r williams
William Shirer's diary is gutsy, especially if you consider he would probably have been shot had the Nazi's discovered it. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Chris
A well written book, detailing the diary of William Shirer in Germany up to WWII. For an amateur historian, this is nectar. Read morePublished 25 days ago by A. Everett
I had already read Shirer's Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, but it was still interesting to see his day by day comments on the events in Nazi Germany as they happened.Published 27 days ago by J. McGinley
Berlin Diary is an eminently readable account of what took place in Europe leading up to World War II. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Dennis West
This is a classic everyone must read to truly understand the rise of Nazism.Published 1 month ago by Doc student