Berlin diary presented a firsthand experiential account of the rise and conquests of Nazi Germany by Shirer, who was actually there (in Berlin and various other relevant locations) at the time. Presented in diary form, the story unfolded as events happened and became known to Shirer, rather than a narrative by one who already "knew how it would end".
The "voice" of Shirer, the personable way he wrote, the little extras of almost irrelevant diary writings.
Fast. American. Warm.
No. The diary form made it approachable over a period of a couple of weeks.
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