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Berlin Diary. The Journal Of A Foreign Correspondent  1934-1941 by Shirer William L - Paperback - 1988 - from Gilt Edge Books and Biblio.com

Berlin Diary. The Journal Of A Foreign Correspondent 1934-1941

by Shirer William L

Condition: Near Fine


Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1988. Trade Paper format. Photo illustrated card covers. Foreword by William L Shirer. The contents : Part I- Prelude To War, Part II- The War. An index supplied. "Berlin Diary" made history as" the most complete news report yet to come out of wartime Germany" when it first apeared in 1941. A compelling read. A clean bright copy.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.


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