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  • Man About Town

    The book stores will...

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

    Newspaper: The Indianapolis Star

    Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

    Publication Date: Friday, December 1, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: 15
    Article download available
  • Newspaper with no coverage

    The Wichita Eagle

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

    Location: Wichita, Kansas

    Publication Date: Friday, December 1, 1944

    Article download available
  • Winchell Says: Cigaret Boom Is Experienced By Night Clubs

    Spots in Enviable Position Because Of High Price Ceilings

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

    Newspaper: The Nashville Tennessean

    Location: Nashville, Tennessee

    Publication Date: Friday, December 1, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: WALTER WINCHELL - Page: 25
    Article download available
  • Birkenau Report Convincing

    Estimate Gives Murder Total of 1,765,000

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

    Newspaper: The Nashville Tennessean

    Location: Nashville, Tennessee

    Publication Date: Saturday, December 2, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Lowell Mellett - Page: 4
    Article download available
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    Newspaper with no coverage

    Honolulu Star-Bulletin

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

    Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

    Publication Date: Saturday, December 2, 1944

    Article download available
  • Walter Winchell

    The Private Papers of a Cub Reporter

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

    Newspaper: Argus Leader/The Daily Argus-Leader

    Location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota

    Publication Date: Saturday, December 2, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Page: 5
    Article download available
  • Newspaper with no coverage

    The Portland Press Herald

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

    Location: Portland, Maine

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 3, 1944

    Article download available
  • THE POINT OF VIEW

    The Side to Err On

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

    Newspaper: The Courier-Journal

    Location: Louisville, Kentucky

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 3, 1944

    Article Type: Letter to the Editor - Byline: C. C. CUZZORT - Page: 2
    Article download available
  • Winchell In New York

    The Private Papers of a Cub Reporter

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

    Newspaper: The Jackson Sun

    Location: Jackson, Tennessee

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 3, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • Walter Winchell Says:

    The Private Paper of a Cub Reporter

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

    Newspaper: Daily Clarion-Ledger/Clarion-Ledger

    Location: Jackson, Mississippi

    Publication Date: Tuesday, December 5, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: 6
    Article download available
  • Winchell on Broadway

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

    Newspaper: Nevada State Journal

    Location: Reno, Nevada

    Publication Date: Tuesday, December 5, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • Walter Winchell

    Humanity vs. the German People

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

    Newspaper: Argus Leader/The Daily Argus-Leader

    Location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota

    Publication Date: Friday, December 8, 1944

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: 10
    Article download available
  • Make 'Genocide' A Crime Under International Law

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

    Newspaper: Daily Clarion-Ledger/Clarion-Ledger

    Location: Jackson, Mississippi

    Publication Date: Saturday, December 9, 1944

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • "Genocide"

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

    Newspaper: The Greenville News

    Location: Greenville, South Carolina

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 10, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: The Washington Post - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • Winchell On Broadway

    Humanity vs. The German People

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

    Newspaper: Reno Evening Gazette (aka Gazette Journal)

    Location: Reno, Nevada

    Publication Date: Tuesday, December 12, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • Winchell On Broadway

    Humanity vs. the German People

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

    Newspaper: Nevada State Journal

    Location: Reno, Nevada

    Publication Date: Tuesday, December 12, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • Gallup poll: Nazi Atrocity stories believed in U.S

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

    Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

    Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

    Publication Date: Thursday, December 14, 1944

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: George Gallup - Page: 5
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  • Gallup Poll: Nazi Atrocity Stories Believed In U.S.

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

    Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

    Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

    Publication Date: Thursday, December 14, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: George Gallup - Page: 5
    Article download available
  • Winchell In New York

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

    Newspaper: The Jackson Sun

    Location: Jackson, Tennessee

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 17, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: 4
    Article download available
  • Nazi Stage Their 'Death March' Too Germans Hold Systemmatic [sic] Girl Hunts

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

    Newspaper: The Akron Beacon Journal

    Location: Akron, Ohio

    Publication Date: Wednesday, December 20, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: 21
    Article download available