The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany
by Shirer, William L
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The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, by journalist William L. Shirer, is the first and most successful, large scale history of Nazi Germany in English for a general audience, first published in 1960 by Simon & Schuster, Inc.. Shirer, an American radio reporter for CBS who also worked for a number of newspapers and United Press International, covered Germany for many years, until December 1940, when increasing Nazi censorship of his broadcasts made his work impossible.
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This is one of the best, perhaps THE best, histories of the Third Reich written from a perspective educated by first hand experience.
"Here for the first time is the complete story of Hitler's empire, one of the most important stories ever told, written by one of the men best equipped to write it.
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