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  • Nazi Upheaval to Aid Jews
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Times
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Monday, July 2, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    INS
    Page:
    3
  • Hitler Orders His Best Friend Shot Down in Ruthless Drive Against Nazi Rebels
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Times
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Monday, July 2, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    H.R. Knickerbocker / INS
    Page:
    4
  • Von Papen Remains As Vice Chancellor; Hitler Ends Terror

    Chancellor Flys [sic] to Confer With Hindenburg After Session of Cabinet

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • 2 Prominent Names Put on Munich Death List
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Post
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    3
  • Von Papen Stays as Hitler’s Aide

    Chancellor Flies to Confer With Hindenburg After Cabinet Session

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    A-3
  • 60 Storm Troop Killings Related

    Each Was Given 3-Minute Trial-Few Allowed to Commit Suicide

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    A-3
  • Hitler’s Power Rests on Army

    Roehm, Executed Chief of Stormers, Had Sought Military Machine

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    A-3
  • Von Papen Remains as Vice Chancellor; Hitler Ends Terror

    Chancellor Flys to Confer With Hindenburg After Session of Cabinet

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 3, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    A-1
  • Nazis Fear New Revolt; Attempt on Hitler's Life During Purge Revealed

    Breslau Chief Ready to Fire When Shot Felled Him

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Post
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 7, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Nazis Fleeing Hitler Enter France; Steel Helmets Curtailed

    Storm Troopers Assert They Prefer Jail to German Regime

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Post
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, July 10, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    UP
    Page:
    1
  • Hitler Calls Reichstag to Defend Purge

    Nazi Chief to Tell Own Story Friday; Foreign Press Condemned

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Post
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Wednesday, July 11, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Germany Ponders Hitler’s Threat

    Chancellor Slumps in Chair After Speech Defending Executions

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 14, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Page:
    A-5
  • Germany Ponders Hitler’s Threat to Execute All Challenging Rule

    Chancellor Slumps in Chair, Pale and Shaken, After Defending 77 Slayings and Defying Boycott

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 14, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Hitler’s Treason Court Is Set Up Following Speech

    Judges Admonished to Act Fearlessly Under Their Conscience

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 14, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Hitler “Explains”
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 14, 1934
    Article Type:
    Editorial or Opinion Piece
    Page:
    A6
  • Germany Sees Changes Ahead As Rumors Fly
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Washington Post
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Friday, July 20, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Von Papen is Engineer of Hitler’s Destruction

    Goering and Goebbels, His Two Faithful Followers, Used by Reactionaries to Gain Control

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, July 22, 1934
    Article Type:
    Editorial or Opinion Piece
    Author/Byline:
    Albin E. Johnson
    Page:
    D1
  • Split is Ordered in Nazi Troopers

    Black Shirt Schutz Staffel Made Independent by Hitler Command

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Wednesday, July 25, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    A-3
  • Adolf Hitler Arriving
    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Sunday, July 29, 1934
    Article Type:
    Other
    Page:
    17
  • Hitler May Seize Absolute Rule As Hindenburg Sinks

    End of President Believed Near, With Delicate Situation Arising

    Historical Event:
    Hitler Purges Storm Troopers, Executes Opponents
    Newspaper:
    The Evening Star/The Washington Evening Star
    Location:
    Washington, District Of Columbia
    Publication Date:
    Wednesday, August 1, 1934
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
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