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  • He Did Well, -- For Hitler

    Event: Charles Lindbergh Makes ‘Un-American’ Speech

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: September 14, 1941

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Page: C4
  • Charges Made by Lindbergh

    Flyer Declares Agitators Planning Carefully To Push U.S. Into War

    Event: Charles Lindbergh Makes ‘Un-American’ Speech

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: September 12, 1941

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: B17
  • War Drive Charged by Lindbergh

    Blames British, Jews, And Roosevelt Regime

    Event: Charles Lindbergh Makes ‘Un-American’ Speech

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: September 12, 1941

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 17
  • Sterilization Bill Drafted

    Nation Shocked While Hitler Advances His Fight On Opponents

    Event: German Law Authorizes Sterilization for Prevention of Hereditary Diseases

    Newspaper: The Times-News

    Location: Hendersonville, North Carolina

    Publication Date: June 29, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Frederick Oechsner / UP - Page: 1
  • Prussian Board of Health drafts sterilization law

    Event: German Law Authorizes Sterilization for Prevention of Hereditary Diseases

    Newspaper: The Charlotte News

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: April 26, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
  • Boycott spectre now hovers over Jews in Germany

    Nationwide campaign against Jews by Nazis scheduled to start by April 1

    Event: Nazis Boycott Jewish Businesses

    Newspaper: The News and Observer

    Location: Raleigh , North Carolina

    Publication Date: March 29, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
  • Law for Sterilization Being Drawn for Hitler

    Chancellor would have the "hereditarily unfit" in Germany put under a Great Social Experiment

    Event: German Law Authorizes Sterilization for Prevention of Hereditary Diseases

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: July 02, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: UP - Page: D9
  • May Have Escaped

    Event: German Students, Nazis Stage Nationwide Book Burnings

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: May 31, 1933

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: The Montgomery Advertiser - Page: 8
  • ‘Ike’ Indignant

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: May 01, 1945

    Article Type: Other - Byline: CP - Page: 2
  • Slain Internees

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: April 11, 1945

    Article Type: Other - Byline: Byron H. Rollins // AP - Page: 12
  • New Order Bans Jews

    Exiled and Starved Under German Rule

    Event: German Government Forces Jews to Wear Yellow Stars

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: November 16, 1941

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Frank Brutto (Correspondence of The Observer Special News Service) - Page: C6
  • Jews in Netherlands Must Wear Jude Star

    Event: German Government Forces Jews to Wear Yellow Stars

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: September 16, 1941

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: B2
  • Order Jews to Display Star on Their Clothing

    Event: German Government Forces Jews to Wear Yellow Stars

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: September 07, 1941

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: D20
  • Asks Aid for Einstein

    Event: Albert Einstein Quits Germany, Renounces Citizenship

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: September 12, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 1
  • Einstein Says Peace Must Be A Religion

    Believe in It and Pass It on to Another Until It Becomes an Irresistible Influence, Is Scientist's Idea

    Event: Albert Einstein Quits Germany, Renounces Citizenship

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: March 19, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 2
  • Einstein Is Secluded At Princeton For Lectures

    Noted Scientist Rushed to Quiet Campus from New York; is Promised Solitude by University

    Event: Albert Einstein Quits Germany, Renounces Citizenship

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: October 18, 1933

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: 2
  • Congressmen Get Eyewitness Proof of Horrors in German Prison Camp

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: April 23, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: Don Whitehead (AP) - Page: 1
  • German Nation Must Pay For Crime, Barkley says

    Event: Eisenhower Asks Congress and Press to Witness Nazi Horrors

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: May 21, 1945

    Article Type: News Article - Byline: AP - Page: B5
  • Broadway

    The Private Papers of a Cub Reporter

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

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: December 01, 1944

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Walter Winchell - Page: B16
  • Today

    St. Patrick's Day.-- Beer, April 3.-- Farmer's Fight, Bankers Don't.-- 6,370,000 Shares in One Day.

    Event: Albert Einstein Quits Germany, Renounces Citizenship

    Newspaper: The Charlotte Observer

    Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

    Publication Date: March 18, 1933

    Article Type: Editorial or Opinion Piece - Byline: Arthur Brisbane - Page: 18
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