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  • Nazi Atrocities Arouse Allies

    Big 3 to Send Germany 'Solemn Warning' On Prison Camp Cruelties

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, April 19, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • 12,000,000 Deaths Reported in Reich
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Thursday, April 19, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    INS
    Page:
    1
  • Nazi Civilians Must Bury 1,100 Burned Alive in Barn

    Citizens of Gardelegen to Dig Individual Grave for Each Slave Labor and Political Prisoner Victim; England, France Aroused

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Atrocities Evidence Shown to Germans
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    Other
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • British M.P. on Visit
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Massacre Prevented
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Friday, April 20, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • 200 Political Prisoners Shot, Burned to Death by Germans

    Atrocity Took Place Just Before U. S. Troops Captured Leipzig Suburb; Only 80 Confined To Concentration Camp Survive

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, April 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Hal Boyle (AP)
    Page:
    4
  • Countess Freed From Nazi Camp

    U. S. Born Heroine Who Sheltered Airmen Beaten

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, April 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    3
  • Frisco Parley May Get Atrocity Information
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, April 21, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    4
  • Princess Dies; Prisoner of Nazis

    Vittorio's Daughter Held In Camp Brothel, Writer Says

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, April 23, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    5
  • German Civilians Bury Dead Slave Laborers
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, April 23, 1945
    Article Type:
    Other
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Atrocities in Germany Exceed Wildest Flights of Imagination

    'This Is Barbarism at Its Worst,' U. S. Congressmen Declare After Inspecting Horrors Of Buchenwald Prison Camp

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, April 23, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Don Whitehead (AP)
    Page:
    4
  • At Least 150,000 Died in Nazi Prison Camp, Journalists Say

    Prisoners at Buchenwald Died of Hunger, Disease, Fatigue and Dog Bites, Two Frenchmen Claim; Some Kicked to Death Off Cliff

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, April 23, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Brother of David Snellenburg Succumbs in Nazi Prison Camp
    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Tuesday, April 24, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Page:
    1
  • Stories of German Atrocities Not Exaggerated, Editors Find

    Impossible to Give American Public Adequate Conception of Things They Saw on 12-Day Tour Of France and Reich, Member of Party Says

    Historical Event:
    Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, May 5, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    Ben McKelway (Associate Editor of the Washington Evening Star written for the AP)
    Page:
    4
  • Truman Eases Immigration Ban

    Directive Affects 39,000 Refugees Admitted Annually

    Historical Event:
    President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, December 24, 1945
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Polish Mobs Kill 34 Jews, Injure 42; Riot Checked

    Worst Pogrom in Years Brings Out Armored Cars to Halt Uprising; Warsaw Regime Claims Victory in Referendum

    Historical Event:
    Kielce Jews Massacred in "Blood Libel" Pogrom
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Friday, July 5, 1946
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    1
  • Pogrom Laid To Boy's Tale

    Youth, 8, Says He Was Told to Start Story Of Killing of Babies

    Historical Event:
    Kielce Jews Massacred in "Blood Libel" Pogrom
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Saturday, July 6, 1946
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    11
  • Polish Rioting Again Feared

    Thousands of Jewish Repatriates Moving In From Soviet; Seek Haven

    Historical Event:
    Kielce Jews Massacred in "Blood Libel" Pogrom
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, July 8, 1946
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    11
  • Injuries Cause Deaths Of Two More in Kielce
    Historical Event:
    Kielce Jews Massacred in "Blood Libel" Pogrom
    Newspaper:
    (The Wilmington) Evening Journal-Every Evening/(The Wilmington) Journal-Every Evening
    Location:
    Wilmington, Delaware
    Publication Date:
    Monday, July 8, 1946
    Article Type:
    News Article
    Author/Byline:
    AP
    Page:
    4
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