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  • Afro-American Courier (Mississippi)
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  • The Witness (Iowa)
  • Years Can Never Erase the Horrors of Dachau

    Its Terrors Will Haunt Forever the Men of the 42nd (Rainbow) Division Who Tore Open Its Gates and First Saw Its Misery

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Sunday, May 27, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Page: 7
  • Benjamin McKelway Speaks At AP Meeting Here Friday

    Editor Relates Atrocities

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Morning Herald (Hagerstown, Maryland)

    Location: Hagerstown, Maryland

    Publication Date: Saturday, June 2, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Page: 1
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  • Soft Beds, Bathtub, Contrast With Horror Of German Prisons

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Jackson Sun

    Location: Jackson, Tennessee

    Publication Date: Sunday, June 3, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Page: 8
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  • Tells Nazis' Death Quota

    Congressman Reveals More Horrors of Enemy Camp Near Weimar

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Wednesday, June 6, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Raymond Wilcove (INS Staff Correspondent) - Page: 5
  • STORY OF HORROR OF CAMPS PAINTED

    Saturday Evening Post Editor Tells of Concentration Camps

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Morning Herald (Hagerstown, Maryland)

    Location: Hagerstown, Maryland

    Publication Date: Thursday, June 7, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Page: 4
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  • Thoughts of Other Editors

    Prisoner Treatment

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Staunton News-Leader/The Evening Leader

    Location: Staunton, Virginia

    Publication Date: Thursday, June 7, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Christian Science Monitor - Page: 4
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  • Viewing The News In Pictures

    Germans Find The Truth Is Painful

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: Daily Advertiser

    Location: Lafayette, Louisiana

    Publication Date: Tuesday, June 12, 1945

    Article Type: Other - Byline: NEA - Page: 5
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  • Found Horror Film Funny

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: Daily Advertiser

    Location: Lafayette, Louisiana

    Publication Date: Wednesday, June 13, 1945

    Article Type: Other - Byline: NEA - Page: 1
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  • His Photos Don't Lie

    Lansing Man Visits Nazi Horror Camp

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Sunday, June 24, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Capt. Robert L. Bourne (Intelligence Officer, Third Army) - Page: 23
  • A Soldier Writes Home

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Portsmouth Herald/The Portsmouth Herald and Times

    Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    Publication Date: Wednesday, June 27, 1945

    Article Type: Letter to the Editor - Byline: Ellsworth M. Eaton - Page: 4
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  • Soldier Tells Of Murder Camp

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Horicon Reporter

    Location: Horicon, Wisconsin

    Publication Date: Thursday, August 2, 1945

    Article Type: Other - Page: 1
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  • Washington Calling

    Event: Other Noteworthy Findings

    Newspaper: The Idaho Daily Statesman/The Idaho Statesman

    Location: Boise, Idaho

    Publication Date: Friday, August 31, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Marquis Childs - Page: 4
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  • Germans Are Still Plotting Against Peace

    The Plot Against The Peace by Michael Sayers And Albert E. Kahn. New York. Dial Press. $2.75

    Event: The Crime Now Has a Name: “Genocide”

    Newspaper: The Daily Oklahoman

    Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Publication Date: Sunday, September 2, 1945

    Article Type: Other - Byline: Cortez A. M. Ewing - Page: C11
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  • 4,000,000 Dead in Auschwitz Prison Camp, Prosecutor Says as 'Beast' Trial Opens

    Mass Starvation, Torture, Of Victims Cited In Long Charge

    Event: First Public Reports on ‘Extermination Camp’ at Auschwitz

    Newspaper: Democrat and Chronicle

    Location: Rochester, New York

    Publication Date: Tuesday, September 18, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 3
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  • 80,000 SLAIN IN ONE NIGHT

    Nazis Gassed And Burned Entire Ghetto, Witness Says

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: Port Huron Times-Herald/The Times Herald

    Location: Port Huron, Michigan

    Publication Date: Tuesday, October 2, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 3
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  • Kills And Gloats

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: Port Huron Times-Herald/The Times Herald

    Location: Port Huron, Michigan

    Publication Date: Tuesday, October 2, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 3
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  • Mistreatment Of Berlin Jews By U. S. False

    Eisenhower in Report Denies Accusations Of Harsh Neglect

    Event: President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons

    Newspaper: Reno Evening Gazette (aka Gazette Journal)

    Location: Reno, Nevada

    Publication Date: Tuesday, October 16, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
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  • Allies Indict Hitler's Henchman For Their Monstrous Crimes

    They're Charged With Quarter Century of Conspiracy Culminating In World's Wort War, Mass Murder of 10 Millions

    Event: The Crime Now Has a Name: “Genocide”

    Newspaper: The Burlington Free Press

    Location: Burlington, Vermont

    Publication Date: Friday, October 19, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Elton C. Fay, AP - Page: 15
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  • Henchmen of Feuhrer [sic] Are Indicted

    Name of Goering Heads Enemy List of Twenty-Four

    Event: The Crime Now Has a Name: “Genocide”

    Newspaper: The Muncie Star

    Location: Muncie, Indiana

    Publication Date: Friday, October 19, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
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  • Historic Indictment Served On 24 High Nazi War Criminals

    Event: The Crime Now Has a Name: “Genocide”

    Newspaper: Arizona Republic

    Location: Phoenix, Arizona

    Publication Date: Friday, October 19, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Richard Kasischke (AP) - Page: 1
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