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  • Reports 'Murder by Million' In Nazi Extermination Camps

    Hull, Morgenthau and Stimson Release Eyewitness Accounts of Bestiality

    Historical Event:
    First Public Reports on ‘Extermination Camp’ at Auschwitz
    Newspaper:
    Newark Sunday Call
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, November 26, 1944
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    2
  • Asks Punishment for Atrocities

    Congress Members Demand Stiff Peace Terms and Death for the Guilty

    Historical Event:
    First Public Reports on ‘Extermination Camp’ at Auschwitz
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Monday, November 27, 1944
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    3
  • Victory, Lasting Peace Is Inaugural Pledge

    Roosevelt Prays Also For Foes Before Embarking On Fourth Term

    Historical Event:
    FDR Delivers His Fourth Inaugural Address
    Newspaper:
    Newark Sunday Call
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, January 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • FD's Fourth Term Inaugural Simple

    Just Another Day for Most Washingtonians

    Historical Event:
    FDR Delivers His Fourth Inaugural Address
    Newspaper:
    New Jersey Afro American
    Location:
    NEWARK, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, January 27, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Joe Shephard
    Page:
    1
  • Look Mother of Nazism

    U.S. Army Compels German Citizens to View Horrors

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, April 19, 1945
    Article Type:
    Cartoon
    Author/Byline:
    Lute Pease
    Page:
    12
  • Yanks Win Leipzig All Ruhr Nazi Crimes Anger Big Three

    Atrocity Warning Churchill Avoids Giving Commons V-E Day Hint

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, April 19, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Hausfrau's Visit
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, April 19, 1945
    Article Type:
    Editorial or Opinion Piece
    Page:
    12
  • Views Living Skeletons Liberated By Americans

    News Correspondant Tells of Human Wrecks Left by Nazis, None Was Yank

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Warren H. Kennet (Staff Correspondent)
    Page:
    1
  • Must Pay for Crimes

    Feeling Stronger Against Perpetrators of Atrocities, Analyst Says

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    Editorial or Opinion Piece
    Author/Byline:
    Dewitt Mackenzie
    Page:
    15
  • Atrocities Arouse Allied Anger

    Churchill Says Guilty Nazis to Be Punished

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    The Newark Star-Eagle/The Newark Star-Ledger
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    UP
    Page:
    10
  • Belsen's Torture is Indescribable

    SS Women Made to Bury Victims of Kramer's Bestial Rule

    Historical Event:
    Other Noteworthy Findings
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, April 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    INS
    Page:
    3
  • Nazi Brutality Embitters GI's

    Treatment of Prisoners

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    The Newark Star-Eagle/The Newark Star-Ledger
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, April 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    Editorial or Opinion Piece
    Author/Byline:
    Thoburn Wyant
    Page:
    4
  • More Nazi Horror

    Allies Force Killers to Bury Their Victims

    Historical Event:
    Other Noteworthy Findings
    Newspaper:
    The Newark Star-Eagle/The Newark Star-Ledger
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, April 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    William Frye (AP)
    Page:
    8
  • Nazis Dig Graves For Camp Victims

    Eisenhower Bids Germans Honor The Dead

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Sunday Call
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, April 22, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    3
  • Atrocity Tour to Continue

    Congressman and Editors Ask More Evidence Than Buchenwald

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    Newark Evening News/The Newark News
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, April 26, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    UP
    Page:
    9
  • Inside View of a Nazi Horror Camp

    Tubbs Sees Charred Bodies of Victims of Nazi Atrocities

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    New Jersey Afro American
    Location:
    NEWARK, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, May 19, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Vincent Tubbs (AFRO War Correspondent)
    Page:
    12
  • Will Open Doors To Refugees

    Truman By Order Sets Rate Under Quota Law

    Historical Event:
    President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons
    Newspaper:
    Newark Sunday Call
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, December 23, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    UP
    Page:
    1
  • J.D.C. Work Unaffected
    Historical Event:
    President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons
    Newspaper:
    The Jewish News (Jewish newspapers)
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Friday, March 15, 1946
    Article Type:
    Other
    Author/Byline:
    JTA
    Page:
    2
  • Record Sum Sought To Save Lives Of Jews Who Survived Hitlerism
    Historical Event:
    President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons
    Newspaper:
    The Jewish News (Jewish newspapers)
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Friday, March 15, 1946
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Page:
    1
  • Charges Secret Directive Balks Immigration

    Margoshes Says Justice Department Sabotages Truman Policy

    Historical Event:
    President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons
    Newspaper:
    The Jewish News (Jewish newspapers)
    Location:
    Newark, New Jersey
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, March 21, 1946
    Article Type:
    Editorial or Opinion Piece
    Author/Byline:
    JTA
    Page:
    2
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