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WILLIAM L. SHIRER - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 176398

WILLIAM L. SHIRER The journalist and historian signs a 5x3 card. Signature: "William L. Shirer, 5x3 cardWilliam L. Shirer(1904-1993), an American journalist, novelist and historian, is best known for his 1960 work, The Rise and Fall of the

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WILLIAM L. SHIRER
The journalist and historian signs a 5x3 card.
Signature: "William L. Shirer, 5x3 cardWilliam L. Shirer(1904-1993), an American journalist, novelist and historian, is best known for his 1960 work, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany, which won the National Book Award in the non-fiction category in 1961. Shirer, a veteran foreign correspondent who had been stationed in Berlin until 1940, is also the model for the correspondent Walker in the film Gandhi. He was the first of "Murrow's Boys", the elite team of CBS reporters, recruited by Edward R. Murrow, who set the standard broadcast journalism. Paper clip crease. Lightly toned. Fine condition.

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