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There is a voluminous and useful Notes section as well as an excellent Bibliography.
It is the story of the impressions of Americans in Germany during the 1920s to early 1940s of Adolph Hitler and the rise of the Nazi Party.
I very much enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone with an interest in WWII and the history of US involvement in the war.
William Shirer's "Berlin Diary" is well known as a primary source on Nazi Germany. But there were literally dozens of journalists, diplomats and others from America and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arnold E. Bjorn
An interesting insight into the reactions of foreign observers of Nazi Germany before people realized how malignant the political regime would soon become.Published 1 month ago by chathcock
For those that think they know the entire story of Germany between World Wars, this, I am guessing, will prove an interesting read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bentennessee
Must read for anybody who did not live through the buildup to war and the ignorance of American diplomatsPublished 2 months ago by Larry Hudack
Recommended as a first read before diving deeper or as a quick review of the time period. These "insider-outsiders" have a unique perspective.Published 2 months ago by Brad Mueller
It was interesting well described but a bit
Too long some unnecessary details
Seemed repeated. But worth reading for
The feel of that period.
The rise of Nazi Germany viewed through the eyes of many Americans located in Germany during the most momentous and tragic years of the 20th century. A fascinating read.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Haven't read yet, but comes highly recommended because of its point of view.Published 3 months ago by Deanna B. Stone