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Berlin Diary: The journal of a foreign correspondent, 1934-1941 by  William Shirer - First Edition - 1941 - from E Ridge fine Books and

Berlin Diary: The journal of a foreign correspondent, 1934-1941

by Shirer, William

Condition: Very Good in Fair dust jacket

New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good in Fair dust jacket. 1941. Hardcover. 605 pp + Index, i-xxi pp. Presumed BCE: stated first edition but with the Borzoi blind stamp on the back board; dust jacket, now heavily worn, was without a price on issue. Now in an archival cover. Offset between two pages from (?) newsclipping (no longer present). Otherwise a clean straight copy with mild tone and the former owners name penned neatly on the ffep. The book, first published in 1941, "was the first attempt by a big-name American journalist to shed light on what was really happening in Nazi Germany." It is is a first-hand account of the rise of Nazi Germany and its road to war. ; 8vo .


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