The lessons of history

Dodson, J.
January 1990
Yankee;Jan90, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p64
Profiles journalist and author William L. Shirer, who wrote `The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich' in 1960 and other books. His memoirs `A Native's Return' to be published this month; His work as a war correspondent during World War II; Red scare and effects on his career; Novels; Opinions of world events.


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