Excellent book. I hope you can make it through all 1,143 pages!
Shirer’s work was a seminal piece of publishing history, giving rise to many other scholar’s works on the same subject. If you are really interested, may I recommend some other books that may shed light on the Nazi’s anti-Semitism? (I wrote my senior thesis in college on the Third Reich and various aspects of Nazism—as well as having studied this period for at least 25 years—and I have actually read all of these books, mostly in whole, some in part.)
Bullock, Alan. * Hitler—A Study In Tyranny * Smithmark, 1962.
Davidowicz, Lucy. * The War Against the Jews, 1933-1945 * Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1975.
Deschner, Gunther. * Reinhard Heydrich—A Biography * Stein and Day, 1977.
Fischer, Klaus. * Nazi Germany—A New History * Continuum, 1995.
Goebbels, Joseph. * Diaries 1939-1941 * G.P. Putnam & Sons, 1982.
Hitler, Adolf. * Mein Kampf * Houghton Mifflin, 1971. * Hitler’s Secret Conversations, 1941-1944 * Signet, 1953. (Both of these are difficult to wade through—very muddled. Be warned.)
Hohne, Heinz. * The Order of the Death’s Head * Coward-McCann, 1970. (Hard to find in English any more—but German copies can still be found in places like NY and Chicago.)
Lifton, Robert. * The Nazi Doctors * Basic Books, 1986.
Nova, Fritz. * Alfred Rosenberg—Philosopher of the Third Reich * Hippocrene, 1986.
Padfield, Peter. * Himmler—Reichsfuhrer-SS * Henry Holt, 1990.
Speer, Albert. * Inside the Third Reich * Macmillan, 1969.
Waite, Robert. * The Psychopathic God–Adolf Hitler * DaCapo Press, 1977.
Yahil, Leni. * The Holocaust * Oxford University Press, 1990.
There are ten thousand other books out there dealing with this, but these can give anybody a decent overview. These are the titles that I would say are more or less indispensable. If you can find anything by Alfred Rosenberg (* The Myth of the Twentieth Century *) or Julius Streicher, it will help to give you an idea of the incredibly sick minds these people had----their books are diseased. You probably won’t be able to find much in English, however, and probably nothing outside of a university library. In any event, keep studying! The Third Reich is an eye-opening period, especially when you look around and see what’s happening right now in the USA. There are some disturbing similarities in some areas.