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  • Afro-American Courier (Mississippi)
  • Atlanta Daily World (Georgia)
  • California Eagle (California)
  • Cleveland Call and Post (Ohio)
  • Harlem Heights Daily Citizen (Published as Daily Citizen) (New York)
  • Indianapolis Recorder (Indiana)
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  • Negro Liberator (published as The Harlem Liberator) (New York)
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  • The Witness (Iowa)
  • Seared Into Soul

    'Dachau' Last Word in Savagery

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Wednesday, May 2, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Louis P. Lochner (AP) - Page: 5
  • Present Day Germans Lost Generation, Says “Man from Missouri”

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

    Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

    Publication Date: Saturday, May 5, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
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  • Worst Camp At Dachau

    Editors' Description of Nazi Camps by No Means Are Exaggerated

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Sunday, May 6, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Ben McKelway (AP) - Page: 30
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  • Worst Camp at Dachau

    Editors' Description of Nazi Camps by No Means Are Exaggerated

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Monday, May 7, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Ben McKelway (Associate Editor of the Washington Evening Star, written for the AP) - Page: 3
  • Reds Uncover Atrocities

    Soviet Report Says 4,000,000 Persons Killed at Oswiecim

    Event: Other Noteworthy Findings

    Newspaper: The Idaho Daily Statesman/The Idaho Statesman

    Location: Boise, Idaho

    Publication Date: Tuesday, May 8, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: UP - Page: 1
  • Report on Tour

    Congressmen Verify Atrocities

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Wednesday, May 16, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Allen Drury (UP Staff Correspondent) - Page: 4
  • SCIENTISTS TO BE INDICTED

    United Nations War Crimes Commission Considering Cases of Deaths by Thousands of Persons in Nazi "Human Guinea Pig" Experiments

    Event: Other Noteworthy Findings

    Newspaper: Delphos Daily Herald

    Location: Delphos, Ohio

    Publication Date: Friday, May 18, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: W. R. Higginbotham/UP - Page: 1
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • Nazi Hierarchy Indicted On War Crimes Charges

    Death Asked For Leading Hitler Aides

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

    Newspaper: The Idaho Daily Statesman/The Idaho Statesman

    Location: Boise, Idaho

    Publication Date: Friday, October 19, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: INS - Page: 1
  • The Genocides

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

    Newspaper: Lead Daily Call

    Location: Lead, South Dakota

    Publication Date: Tuesday, October 30, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: James Thrasher - Page: 2
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  • 'Genocide'--Race Murder

    WHAT IT MEANS

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

    Newspaper: The Brownsville Herald

    Location: Brownsville, Texas

    Publication Date: Thursday, November 29, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Bronislaw Matecki - Page: 10
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  • 'Genocide'—Race Murder

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

    Newspaper: Lewiston Evening Journal

    Location: Lewiston, Maine

    Publication Date: Monday, December 3, 1945

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Bronislaw Matecki - Page: 6
  • Looking Ahead in Washington

    New Word, New Crime

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

    Newspaper: The State Journal/Lansing State Journal

    Location: Lansing, Michigan

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 16, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 10
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  • Looking ahead in Washington

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

    Newspaper: The Nebraska State Journal/Lincoln Nebraska State Journal

    Location: Lincoln, Nebraska

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 16, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: World Staff at AP - Page: B3
  • Immigration Priority Is Given War Refugees In Directive By Truman

    Is Opportunity For US To Set Example for World, President Says

    Event: President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons

    Newspaper: The Capital Times/The Madison Capital Times

    Location: Madison, Wisconsin

    Publication Date: Sunday, December 23, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
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  • Prewar Immigration Quota Is Resumed

    Event: President Truman Orders Quota Preference for Displaced Persons

    Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

    Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

    Publication Date: Monday, December 24, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 2
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