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  • Scores of Germans Shot Down After Conviction as 'Traitors'
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    9
  • VON HINDENBURG'S 'IRON HAND' BARED IN GERMAN CRISIS

    Aged President Calls on Army to Protect His Friend, Von Papen

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Louis P. Lochner (AP Foreign Staff)
    Page:
    1
  • HITLER'S 'PURGED' CABINET GIVES HIM EVEN MORE POWER

    'Rump' Ministry, With Von Papen Out, Passes 20 Drastic Laws

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Wednesday, July 4, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    CHARLES L. FLICK, Universal Service, Inc.
    Page:
    1
  • FRANCE HEATEDLY DENIES SHE AIDED ANTI-NAZI PLOT

    Formal Protest Will Be Made to Accusations in Nazi Press

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Friday, July 6, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    LOUIS P. L0CHNER (AP)
    Page:
    1
  • HITLERITES FEAR ANOTHER UPRISING; TAKING NO CHANCES

    Guard Increased as New Stories of Executions Are Revealed

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 7, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • WRATH OF VATICAN FLARES AT TERROR REIGN IN GERMANY

    Tactics of 'Modern Nero' Condemed by Spokesman at Budapest

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, July 8, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Universal Service Special Cable.
    Page:
    1
  • NAZISM TOTTERING, NEW REVOLT SCARE WORRIES GERMANY

    Revolution Threat Recurs, Calm Ominous as Nazi Twilight Sets in

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Monday, July 9, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    KARL H. VON WIEGAND (Universal Service Special Wireless)
    Page:
    1
  • HITLER SUMMONS SPECIAL MEETING OF ALL-NAZI REICH

    Dramatic Review of Bloody Events Expected From Chancellor Friday

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Wednesday, July 11, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • TWO NATIONS RILED BY JOHNSON, HITLER SHOUTS 'I AM THE LAW'

    Nazi Chief Accepts Full Responsibility for 'Bath of Blood'

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 14, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    CHARLES L. FLICK (Universal Service)
    Page:
    1
  • He Takes the Blame
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 14, 1934
    Article Type:
    Other
    Page:
    1
  • HITLER INFLUENCE SOARS TO NEW HIGH IN WAKE OF SPEECH

    German Nation Rings With Chancellor's Praise, Press Lauds Him

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, July 15, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Nazis Expel Dorothy Thompson for 1932 Impression of Hitler

    Secret Police Give Author Choice of Leaving With or Without 'Escort"

    Historical Event:
    Dorothy Thompson Expelled from Germany
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, August 26, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    U.S.
    Page:
    4
  • Hitler Now 'Religion', Authoress Declares After Her Expulsion
    Historical Event:
    Dorothy Thompson Expelled from Germany
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Monday, August 27, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    3
  • Dorothy Thompson Lands in New York

    Authoress Believes Hitler Issued Order

    Historical Event:
    Dorothy Thompson Expelled from Germany
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, September 15, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    4
  • American Olympics Head Fights Crop of Protests

    Avery Brundage Takes Issue With Those Who Ask U. S. Stay Out of Games

    Historical Event:
    Amateur Athletic Union Says “Yes” to Berlin Olympics
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Friday, August 2, 1935
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    ALAN GOULD (AP Sports Editor)
    Page:
    15
  • Storm of Protest Arising Against Holding Olympics

    Jewish and Catholic Organizations Would Call Off Games Rather Than to See Them Staged in Berlin; Arguments Are Sure to Come

    Historical Event:
    Amateur Athletic Union Says “Yes” to Berlin Olympics
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, August 11, 1935
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    ALAN GOULD (AP Sports Editor)
    Page:
    E2
  • Governor Earle Asks Boycott of Olympics
    Historical Event:
    Amateur Athletic Union Says “Yes” to Berlin Olympics
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, September 7, 1935
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    11
  • HITLER FORECASTS MEMEL TROUBLES

    Warns Lithuania in Fiery Words; Hurls Defiance at All Jews

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Announces Nuremberg Race Laws
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Monday, September 16, 1935
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Attempt to Have A. A. U. Oppose U. S. Participation in Olympics Defeated

    BOYCOTT BEATEN IN VOTE AT N. Y.

    Historical Event:
    Amateur Athletic Union Says “Yes” to Berlin Olympics
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, October 10, 1935
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    BOB CAVAGNARO (AP)
    Page:
    12
  • MAHONEY DOOMED AS A. A. U. CHIEF

    Major Walsh Predicts President Will Be Ousted for Olympic Stand

    Historical Event:
    Amateur Athletic Union Says “Yes” to Berlin Olympics
    Newspaper:
    Tulsa World
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Publication Date:
    Wednesday, October 16, 1935
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    PAUL GARDNER (US)
    Page:
    12
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