Reporting on Hitler

Reporting on Hitler

Rothay Reynolds and the British Press in Nazi Germany

Hardback352pp Illustrated232x153mm

9781785901331     Product Code: 508786


The Daily Mail’s Berlin correspondent Rothay Reynolds was one of the first journalists to interview Hitler and, it was said, the only man capable of holding the Führer’s gaze. As his paper became increasingly vocal in its support for the Nazis, he struggled to report accurately on life in Germany. This account tells the story of Reynolds and other foreign correspondents such as Norman Ebutt and Hugh Carleton Greene who attempted to reveal the truth about the regime, often at great personal risk.

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