"This Is Berlin"

"This Is Berlin"

eBook - 2014
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"For over a decade, William L. Shirer worked as a news broadcaster for CBS in Europe. His tenure saw the rise of Adolf Hitler in the early 1930's, the start of World War II, and the earliest stages of the Nazi invasion of Europe. This selection of his iconic broadcasts compiles two and a half years' worth of war-time broadcasts from Shirer's time on the ground during World War II. He was with Nazi forces when Hitler invaded Austria and made it a part of Germany under the Anchluss; he was also the first to report back to the United States on the armistice between France and Nazi forces in June of 1940. His daily round-up of news from Paris, Vienna, Berlin, Rome, and London, which documented Nazi Germany and the conditions of countries under invasion and at war, was looked to for guidance and information. He was the first journalist hired by CBS to cover World War II in Europe, and his radio broadcasts became famous for their gripping urgency. Shirer brought a sense of immediacy to the war for listeners in the United States and worldwide, and his later books on the war, including the seminal Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, became definitive works on World War II history. This collection of Shirer's radio broadcasts offers all the original suspense and vivid storytelling of the time, bringing World War II to life for a modern audience. Shirer's first-hand series of accounts from countries throughout Europe is a vivid unfolding of events from the perspective of an eye-witness.".
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : RosettaBooks, 2014
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9780795344077
Branch Call Number: 940.53 Sh
Description: 1 online resource (424 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)


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