An introduction by noted historian John Keegan and a preface by Shirer's daughter, Inga Shirer Dean, put Shirer's life and work into context.
"It would be almost impossible to overstate the importance of William L. Shirer's broadcasts from Germany . . . Mr. Shirer's descriptions . . . read as well as they were heard 60 years ago." (Dallas Morning News)
"Shirer's broadcasts . . . are models of eloquence and subterfuge . . . any reader will find it hard to put down." (Publishers Weekly, starred review)
"His broadcasts . . . have an enduring freshness." (Sunday Times)
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