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United States broadcast journalist who was in Berlin at the outbreak of World War II (1904-1993)

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Shirer wrote, "Whatever the reasons for this stop order, it provided a miraculous reprieve to the Allies.
Shirer, Tongia, GS-14; AFCAA/FMI--Joint Base Andrews
Dorothy Thompson, William Shirer, Bella Fromm, Howard K.
Segun los documentos obtenidos por este semanario, el gerente del Programa SIU fue Leonard Fitzgibbons; el encargado de la capacitacion, Dennis Boots, y los asesores de la SIU-DEA Mexico: Benny Ortiz, Carl Shirer, Jorge Jimenez, Kevin Quinlan, Javier Santiesteban, Cesar Solaya, Apolonio Ruiz y Walter Bostwick.
Para esa ciencia politica realista, los relatos de primera mano de esos acontecimientos politicos, como los de William Shirer en su Diario de Berlin son algo asi como un manual.
William Shirer, who as a foreign correspondent in Berlin in the Thirties saw Hitler at close quarters, thought his power lay in his piercing eyes.
In that book, Shirer describes Hitler's rise and the German conquest of Europe as it happened, and the consistent opinion of that day was that the Nazi's would be quickly defeated by the French.
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer in order to understand how such evil can happen, and how it can be prevented in the future.
Numerous historians of the 1940s and 1950s said Hitler was of small stature, whereas people who had met him on numerous occasions, such as the famous war correspondent William L Shirer, said Hitler was between 5ft 9in and 6ft tall
The concluding chapter revisits the stereotyped expatriates, including Shirer, Dos Passos, Hemingway, and Hughes.
William Shirer, Sigrid Schultz, and other correspondents watched the growing menace of Nazi Germany with increasing trepidation.
Shirer records it as the period of the German annexation of Austria (March 1938), and the treacherous Munich Agreement (of 30 September 1938 in which Italy, England and France consented to the German annexation of the Sudetenland in western Czechoslovakia) (471-3, 559-69).
Shirer and the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, a history of the famous journalist's dispatches from Berlin in the 1930s.
Andersen (2005), Shirer (2004), Witvrouw e colaboradores (2004), Weerapong, Hume e Kolt (2004) por meio de revisao de literatura, tambem apontam que o alongamento nao reduz o risco de lesao e Herbert e Gabriel (2002), ao realizarem uma analise sistematica de varios estudos, concluem que o alongamento antes ou apos do exercicio nao possibilita reducoes significativas no risco de lesao e de dores musculares.
Much of his reporting was anecdotal rather than analytical, and as he made only brief visits to different countries, he was not able to present a sustained investigation of one country, like his contemporary William Shirer.