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RG-17.01, Wartime Jewish Periodicals, Poland

RG-17.02, Postwar Periodicals, in Polish and Russian languages

RG-17.03, Periodicals in Yiddish

RG-17.04, LIFE magazine collection, 1939 -- 1940

RG-17.05, Periodicals published in France, 1940 -- 1945

RG-17.06, Yugoslavian Prewar and Wartime Publications

RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers

RG-17.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian. Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, August 1942. Photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting.

RG-17.09, Swiss Wartime Newspapers

RG-17.10, Italian Wartime Publications

RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime

RG-17.12, Chwila

RG-17.13, Dilo, 1918 -- 1939

RG-17.14, Nazi Inter-War News, Illustrated News

RG-17.15, Sygnaly (Signals), 1933-1939

RG-17.16, Short Note About the Oldest Synagogue in Egypt, Ben Ezra, 1973

RG-17.17, Jewish youth of Izbaca before the Holocaust

RG-17.18, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, I

RG-17.19, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, II

RG-17.20, Herbert Lothar Aron Papers

RG-17.21, Prewar Austria periodicals

RG-17.22, Tagespot, Austrian newspaper, reflection of Anschluss, 12 March 1938



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Title: Prewar and Wartime Periodicals, 1918-1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1918 -- 1939

ID: RG-17/RG-17

Primary Creator: Illustrated News

Other Creators: Loen, Cornelius, Pravda (The Truth), the main Soviet daily, organ of the Communist Party of the USSR (1946)

Extent: 0.0

Arrangement:

The arrangement scheme for the record group was imposed during processing in the absence of an original order. Materials are arranged by subject/creator, then by identifier, as assigned by the processor.

Record group is comprised of eighteen collections and two items, the collections of which are: 1. Collection of wartime Jewish periodicals in Poland; 2. Collection of postwar periodicals; 3. Collection of periodicals in Yiddish; 4. Collection of publications by the Allied powers; 5. Collection of French publications; 6. Collection of Yugoslavian prewar and wartime publications; 7. Collection of Hungarian wartime newspapers; 8. Collection of German wartime newspapers; 9. Collection of Swiss wartime newspapers; 10. Collection of Italian wartime publications; 11. Collection of Los Angeles wartime publications; 12. Prewar Chwila publications; 13. Prewar Dilo publications; 14. Collection of Nazi interwar news publications; 15. Prewar Sygnaly publications; 16. Cornelius Leon collection of wartime periodicals; 17. Herbert Lothar Aron papers; 18. Collection of prewar Austrian publications.

Languages: Polish, Ukrainian, German, Yiddish, French, Hungarian, Serbian, Croatian, Russian, English

Abstract

Prewar, waratime and postwar periodical publications reflects on the European affairs of the first half of the 20th century. Polish and Ukrainian dailies of the interwar time are most fully represented

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This record group is comprised of periodicals and publications, published in at least ten languages, from before, during, and soon after the Second World War. There are collections of newspapers and magazines in Yiddish; Yugoslavian wartime newspapers; Hungarian wartime newspapers; German-Nazi prewar and wartime newspapers; Italian prewar and wartime newspapers; newspapers published by the French Resistance; American wartime and postwar newspapers; and British wartime and postwar newspapers. A special collection of Los Angeles-based newspapers, published in the 1930s and in the 1940s, reflects international affairs and the Jewish predicament in Europe as the National Socialists attained power in Germany. This collection is exhibited in the museum halls.

The wide spectrum of European and American media in this record group reflects regional and European explications of the interwar and wartime period and the developments in each. Prewar and wartime perspectives of various political forces are well represented within these materials, for example prewar Jewish (published in Polish) and Ukrainian periodicals represent the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, Polish-Ukrainian, Ukrainian-Jewish and Polish-Ukrainian relations in Eastern Galicia.

Materials in this record group includes periodicals, which are comprised of narratives, illustrative photo-publications, magazines, and informational bulletins. Prewar Eastern Galician editions contain chronicles of the trials, analytical articles and political agitation, often election-related. Periodicals are partially digitized.

Biographical Note

Illustrated News was a German economic propaganda publication.

Administrative Information

Repository: Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Access Restrictions: No restrictions

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Copyrighted materials, credits to and references to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust are required

Digital copies might be available upon request

Preferred Citation: RG-17, Prewar, Wartime, and Postwar Periodicals. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Archive.

Processing Information: Materials are primarily described using the local descriptive standards of the LA Museum of the Holocaust.


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[Folder 1: RG-17.01, Wartime Jewish Periodicals, Poland, 1940 -- 1941],
[Folder 2: RG-17.02, Postwar Periodicals, in Polish and Russian languages, 1945 -- 1946],
[Folder 3: RG-17.03, Periodicals in Yiddish, 1930s --1940s],
[Folder 4: RG-17.04, LIFE magazine collection, 1939 -- 1940, 1939 -- 1940],
[Folder 5: RG-17.05, Periodicals published in France, 1940 -- 1945, 1940 --1945],
[Folder 6: RG-17.06, Yugoslavian Prewar and Wartime Publications, 1938 --1945],
[Folder 7: RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers, ca 1942],
[Folder 8: RG-17.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian. Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, August 1942. Photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting., 1941 -- 1943],
[Folder 9: RG-17.09, Swiss Wartime Newspapers, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 10: RG-17.10, Italian Wartime Publications, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 11: RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime, 1933 -- 1944],
[Folder 12: RG-17.12, Chwila, 1919 -- 1939],
[Folder 13: RG-17.13, Dilo, 1918 -- 1939, 1918 -- 1939],
[Folder 14: RG-17.14, Nazi Inter-War News, Illustrated News, 1930s],
[Folder 15: RG-17.15, Sygnaly (Signals), 1933-1939, 1933 -- 1939],
[Folder 16: RG-17.16, Short Note About the Oldest Synagogue in Egypt, Ben Ezra, 1973, 1973],
[Folder 17: RG-17.17, Jewish youth of Izbaca before the Holocaust],
[Folder 18: RG-17.18, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, I, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 19: RG-17.19, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, II],
[Folder 20: RG-17.20, Herbert Lothar Aron Papers],
[Folder 21: RG-17.21, Prewar Austria periodicals, 1931--1946],
[Folder 22: RG-17.22, Tagespot, Austrian newspaper, reflection of Anschluss, 12 March 1938, 12 March 1938],
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Folder 11: RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime, 1933 -- 1944Add to your cart.
A special collection of Los Angeles based newspapers, Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Examiner, published in the 1930s and in the 1940s, reflects in general on the international affairs and in particular on the Jewish predicament in Europe since the National Socialists attained power in Germany. This collection is exhibited in the museum halls.
Subject/Index Terms:
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-17.11.01, Los Angeles Times, Nazis Plan New Jewish Indignities, 29 August 1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis Plan New Jewish Indignities: German Girls Who Keep Company with Jews to Be Shorn and Pilloried" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on August 29, 1933.
Subject/Index Terms:
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
American newspaper
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
English, language
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
American periodicals
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-17.11.02, Los Angeles Times, Film Order Bars Jews From German Film Production, 1 July 1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Film Order Bars Jews: Germans' Action Severe" printed on the  front page of the Los Angeles Times on July 1, 1933.  The article states that the new German film law prohbits any non-German (not of German descent and nationality) from taking part in the making of any German film.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
anti-Jewish measures and legislations
American newspaper
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
English, language
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-17.11.03, Los Angeles Times, Nazis Wage Campaign of Rule or Ruin, July 1935Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis Wage Campaign of Rule or Ruin" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on July 20, 1935. The article reported that Nazi anti-Jewish action is heightening and that Catholic and Protestant clergy were arrested for refusing military service and not performing the Hitler salute.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-German atrocities
American newspaper
English, language
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-17.11.04, Los Angeles Times, Jews Given Assurance, German Violence Subsiding. American Hebrew Leaders Told Situation Will Soon Be Normal, March 1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Jews Given Assurance, German Violence Subsiding. American Hebrew leaders Told Situation Will Soon Be Normal" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on March 27, 1933. The article quoted sources that claim the mistreatment of the Jews in Germany is abating.
Subject/Index Terms:
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
American newspaper
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi atrocities
English, language
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
Jewish life, pre-war
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-17.11.05, Los Angeles Times, Nazi Plan Boycotts. Defense of Jews Resented, Berlin, March 1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis Plan Boycotts. Defense of Jews Resented" printed on the cover of the Los Angeles Times on March 28, 1933.  The article claimed that the boycotts were intended as a retaliation agaist foreigners who were protesting based on reports of anti-semitic abuses. The article also mentioned that the number of Jews in some professions will be reduced.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Berlin (Germany)
American newspaper
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi atrocities
English, language
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
Jewish life, pre-war
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-17.11.06, Los Angeles Times, Jews Feel Nazi Sting. Boycott Started Ahead of Time, March 1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Jews Feel Nazi Sting. Boycott Started Ahead of Time. Einstein Acts to Renounce His Prussian Citizenship" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on March 30, 1933. The article discusses the nation-wide anti-Jewish boycott in Germany, Einstein's request to end his Prussian citizenship, and German Jews' appeal to the leaders of Germany to end the boycott against the Jews.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
American newspaper
Berlin (Germany)
English, language
Jewish life, pre-war
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-17.11.07, Los Angeles Times, Bank Employee Sent to Concentration Camp on Charge of Slander, Berlin, Dr. Goebbels, Dr. Jacob Wassermann, Oranienburg camp, May 1934Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis Open New Jewish Campaign. Bank Employee Sent to Concentration Camp on Charge of Slander" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on May 13, 1934. The article reports that a Jewish bank employee (native of Riga, Latvia) was sent to the Oranienburg concentraion camp for slandering Josef Goebbels, the Nazi Minister of Propaganda.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Berlin (Germany)
Goebbels, Josef
Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, German Concentration Camp
English, language
Jewish life, pre-war
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-17.11.08, Los Angeles Times, Nazi to Fight Moves for Secondary Church, Pastors Back Hitler or Move Out, Berlin, September 1934Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis to Fight Moves for Secondary Church. Pastors to Back Hitler or Move Out" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on September 20, 1934.  The article reports that the Nazi government will firmly resist any attempt to establish churches that would function independently of the state. The article states that Reichbishop Ludwig Mueller demanded that all opposition pastors become Nazis or leave.  The Reichsbishop also desired that a United Reich Church would be established by the government.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Berlin (Germany)
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
English, language
Jewish life, pre-war
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-17.11.09, Los Angeles Examiner, New Nazi Outburst Lashes at Reds, Christians and Jews; Jail Bible Students. Fresh Riots in Berlin, Herman Goering, July 1935Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "New Nazi Outburst Lashes at Reds, Christians, and Jews; Jail Bible Students" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Examiner on July 20, 1935. The article reports on the increasingly stringent measures taken by the Nazis to crush all threats to National Socialism.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
National Socialism, theory and regime
Berlin (Germany)
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-17.11.10, Los Angeles Examiner, Nazis Annex Austria, Arrests Hundred. Hitler takes Reins. Anschluss, March 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis Annex Austria, Arrest Hundreds; Riots Grip London. Hitler Takes Army Reins; British Mob Fights Police" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Examiner on March 14, 1938. The article discusses the German annexation of Austria and Hitler's plan to be dictator of a united Austro-German Nazi empire.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Analysis of military operations as presented in US media
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
London (England)
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
Anschluss, German annexation of Austria
Anschluss of Austria, March 1938
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-17.11.11, Los Angeles Examiner, Let America Lead the Way, William Randolph Hearst. Nazis Fine Jews 400 Million For Envoy Death. Kristallnacht, Berlin, November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two articles. One is titled "Let America Lead the Way" written by William Randolph Hearst, and the second is titled "Nazis Fine Jews 400 Million For Envoy Death."  Both were printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Examiner on November 13, 1938. The first article describes America's responsibility to help the persecuted peoples of the world, especially the Jews in Europe. The second article reports that Germans are fining Jews 400 million dollars for killing a German diplomat in Paris. The article also desctibes attacks on the Catholics, namely an attack on the Archbishop's residence in Munich.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Munich (Germany)
Jews in Nazi Europe, 1933 -- 1941 (publication)
Paris (France)
Roman Catholic Church
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Berlin (Germany)
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-17.11.12, Los Angeles Examiner, Nazis Clamp New Ban on Jews. US Calls Berlin Envoy Home. Berlin, School Edict. All Jewish Pupils Ordered Expelled. New Drive Against Those Who Oppose Pogrom. Jewish Situation at a Glance. Berlin, November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Articles on the front page of the Los Angeles Examiner printed on November 15, 1938. The government completed a plan whereby the Jewish community will pay a fine of 400 million dollars for the murder of Ernst von Rath. Washington, Ambassador Hugh R. Wilson was asked to return from Germany to report on German attacks on Catholics and Jews.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi anti-Jewish measures, actions and legislations
Berlin (Germany)
November Pogroms
Jews in Nazi Europe, 1933 -- 1941 (publication)
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-17.11.13, Los Angeles Examiner, Latest News on Jewish Crisis. President Roosevelt denounced the treatment of the Jewish minority in Germany., November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two articles titled "Nazis Rage at U.S.; Roosevelt Pledges Defense of Americas. President Hits Jew Pogroms, Tells Plan to Arm" and "Latest News in Jewis Crisis" printed on the front page of the Los Examiner on November 16, 1938. President Roosevelt denounced the treatment of the Jewish minority in Germany and and announces a rearmament program to protect the Western Hemisphere.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Franklin D. Roosevelt
November Pogroms
Nazi anti-Jewish measures, actions and legislations
Jews in Nazi Europe, 1933 -- 1941 (publication)
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-17.11.14, Los Angeles Examiner, Hitler Raider Loose Near Panama Canal. Lindberg Attack on Jews Protested. Rains Hinder Nazi Drive on Moscow, Leningrad. Russian "Living Bombs" Sink 12 Nazi Transports., September 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Several articles on the front page of the Los Angeles Examiner printed on September 15, 1941. The news covers Charles A Lindbergh's antisemitic comments made during a speech in Iowa, the slaughter of 20,000 Rumanian troops by the Soviets, and a Russian suicide mission that sunk 12 Nazi transports.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Analysis of military operations as presented in US media
Panama Canal (South America)
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Jews in Nazi Europe, 1933 -- 1941 (publication)
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-17.11.15, Los Angeles Examiner, German-Jewish Marriage Ban Creates Two Classes Citizens, Official Flag, Nuremberg, September 1935Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "German-Jewish Marriage Ban Creates Two Classes Citizens, Official Flag" printed on the fromt page of the Los Angeles Examiner on September 16, 1935.  The article reports that Hitler passed three new laws in the Reichstag; most notable among them were the laws that made the Nazi swastika flag the official German flag and the law banning "mixed marriages" between Germans and Jews creating two classes of citizens.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi anti-Jewish measures and legislations
Nuremberg (Germany)
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Jews in Nazi Europe, 1933 -- 1941 (publication)
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Examiner, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-17.11.16, Los Angeles Times, Yanks Cut Into German Flanks, December 1944Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Articles printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on December 24, 1944.  The articles discuss American military developments in Europe.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Analysis of military operations as presented in US media
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Washington D.C. (United States)
Paris (France)
Moscow (Russia)
London (England)
Berlin (Germany)
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-17.11.17, Los Angeles Times, Epic Battled of Last Jews in Warsaw Told. Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Polish radio-station Swit., June 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Epic Battle of Last Jews in Warsaw Told" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on June 4, 1943.  This Polish radio-station reports, "the action began on April 12 when the Germans marched on the 35,000 Jews still left of the original 400,000 crowded in the walled ghetto. The Jews fought at the barricades until April 24. Then street and house fighting began as the Germans pressed in with the aid of artillery, machine guns, flame throwers and even light bombing planes. Blocks of buildings were blown sky high by mines. Sections of the ghetto were set afire. But even after water, gas and electricity were shut off the Jews continued to defend themselves."
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Poland)
Franklin D. Roosevelt
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-17.11.18, Los Angeles Times, 6,200,000 Jewish Deaths Laid to Nazis. Welfare Group Says One ‘Mein Kampf’ Plan Carried Out., May 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "6,200,000 Jewish Deaths Laid to Nazis. Welfare Group Says One 'Mein Kampf' Plan Carried Out" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Time on May 14, 1945. The article states that "at least one point of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf program has been carried out thoroughly, the bestial extermination of European Jews."  The article goes on to describe the Nazis' perpetration of the Holocuast.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, 1874--1965
The War in Pacific in the course of the Second World War, 1941 -- 1945
Okinawa, Japan
concentration camp victims
Himmler, Heinrich
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-17.11.19, Los Angeles Times, Nazi Cruelties Rouse America. Clergy and Laity Denounce Revenge Tax Against Jews and Other Abuses as Violation of Civilized Conduct. Nazi Strike at Rich Jews. Berlin Residents Assessed for Damage to Own Property., November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two articles titled " Nazi Cruelties rouse America. Clergy and Laity Denounce Revenge Tax Against Jews and Other Abuses as Violation of Civilized Conduct" and " Nazis Strike at Rich Jews. Berlin Residents Assessed for Damage to Own Property" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on November 14, 1938.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi anti-Jewish measures, actions and legislations
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-17.11.20, Los Angeles Times, Nazi Assailed by Roosevelt: Germany’s Persecution of Jewish Race Termed Uncivilized by President; Vast Defense Plan for Americas Told. Third of Jewish Wealth Seized., November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two articles titled "Nazi Assailed by Roosevelt: Germany’s Persecution of Jewish Race Termed Uncivilized by President; Vast Defense Plan for Americas Told" and "Third of Jewish Wealth Seized" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on November 16, 1938. President Roosevelt is appalled by the treatment of the Jewish minority in Germany. A third of Jewish wealth has been taken from them in a effort to eliminate Jews from Germany's economic life.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Nazi anti-Jewish measures, actions and legislations
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Jewish life, pre-war
Confiscation of Jewish property--Germany
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-17.11.21, Los Angeles Times, German Slaughter of 200 Jews Reported. Concentration Camp Prisoners Declared Killed to Avenge Assassinated Envoy, November 1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "German Slaughter of 200 Jews Reported. Concentration Camp Prisoners Declared Killed to Avenge Assassinated Envoy" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on November 19, 1938. The article reports that 200 German Jews were executed at Buchenwald concentration camp since the assassination of a German diplomat in Paris by a 17 year-old Polish Jew.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
concentration camp victims
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Jewish life, pre-war
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-17.11.22, Los Angeles Times, Nazis Said to Have Executed 100,000 in Hostage Terror, Greece, Poland, November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Nazis Said to Have Executed 100,000 in 'Hostage Terror'" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on November 20, 1941. The article reports that the Nazi "hostage terror" is sweeping 9 occupied countries and thousands had been killed or have gone missing.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Analysis of military operations as presented in US media
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Marshal Petan, the head of Vichy government, France
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Nazi persecution of Jews
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
Execution of Jews
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-17.11.23, Los Angeles Times, Nazis Wiping Out Jews in Cold Blood. Ration Cards. Poland, November 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two articles titled "Nazis Wiping Out Jews in Cold Blood" and "Half of Jews of Europe Dead" printed on the second page of the Los Angeles Times on November 25, 1942. The first article describes, in detail, the methods used by the Nazis and authorities in German occupied areas to murder thousands of Jews, sparing only the able-bodied for slave labor. The second article reports that Dr. Stephens S. Wise, chairman of the World Jewish Congress, claimed that 4,000,000 Jews had been murdered in Nazi occupied countries.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
World Jewish Congress
Execution of Jews
Forced labor in concentration camps
Nazi persecution of Jews
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
Ration cards, German
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-17.11.24, Los Angeles Times, Slaughter of 125,000 by Nazis in Kiev Told. Thousands More Die from Hunger and Disease and only Six of 200,000 Jews in City Alive. Babi Yar. Erasing of Evidences, November 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Slaughter of 125,000 by Nazis in Kiev Told" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on November 29, 1943. The article reports that the Red army, during the liberation of Kiev, found thousands of famished people who had been in hiding; everyone else had perished of hunger and disease or were taken into slavery by the Nazis.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Nazi persecution of Jews
Babi Yar (Kiev, Ukraine)
Execution of Jews at Babi Yar
Execution of Jews
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-17.11.25, Los Angeles Times, Women Help to Defeat 3000 Italian Troops. Greek Amazons Shower Rocks on Enemy Army, November 1940Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled " Women Help to Defeat 3000 Italian Troops. Greek Amazons Shower Rocks on Enemy Army" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on November 30, 1940. The article reports that a group of about 100 Macedonian peasant women followed a Greek army column and participated in combat by showering rocks on 3000 Italian troops from the peaks of the Pindus mountains.  No Italians remained alive.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Second World War
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi persecution of Jews
Execution of Jews
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-17.11.26, Los Angeles Times, Poles and Czechs, Accused of Sabotaging Axis Supply to Russia, Bear Brunt of Reprisals Extending from Greece to Paris, October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Hangmen Join Reign of Terror. Poles and Czechs, Accused of Sabotaging Axis Supply Lines to Russia, Bear Brunt of reprisals Extending From Greece to Paris" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on October 3, 1941.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Analysis of military operations as presented in US media
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi persecution of Jews
Execution of Jews
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Newspaper Article
United States (1939 -- 1945)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-17.11.27, Los Angeles Times, Press Made Nazi Slave. Freedom Dealt Death Blow. Journalists Branded Public Officials Who Must Bow to German Leaders. Treasonable Literature Will Bring Extreme Penalty, Aryanism Stressed. National Socialism in Power, October 1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled " Press Made Nazi Slave. Freedom Dealt Death Blow" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times in October 6, 1933. The article reports that laws were passed in Germany declaring journalists public officials who must obey, without question, the orders of the state.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
National Socialist Ideology
Nazi anti-Jewish measures, actions and legislations
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi persecution of Jews
Wartime Publication, Second World War
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-17.11.28, Los Angeles Times, September 16, 1935, Defiance to Jews of entire World Hurled by Hitler. Swastika Made Sole German Flag By Special Reichstag Session. Citizenship Limited. Anti-Jewish Legislations., September 1935Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article titled "Defiance to Jews of Entire World Hurled by Hitler. Swastika Made Sole German Flag by Special Reichstag Session; Citizenship Limited" printed on the front page of the Los Angeles Times on September16, 1935.
Subject/Index Terms:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
anti-Jewish measures and legislations
swastika
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Nazi persecution of Jews
English, language
Nazi-German atrocities
Nazi atrocities
Newspaper Article
United States (1900 -- 1939)
periodicals, American
Creators:
Los Angeles Times, newspaper, American (1933 -- 1945)
American periodicals

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[Folder 4: RG-17.04, LIFE magazine collection, 1939 -- 1940, 1939 -- 1940],
[Folder 5: RG-17.05, Periodicals published in France, 1940 -- 1945, 1940 --1945],
[Folder 6: RG-17.06, Yugoslavian Prewar and Wartime Publications, 1938 --1945],
[Folder 7: RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers, ca 1942],
[Folder 8: RG-17.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian. Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, August 1942. Photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting., 1941 -- 1943],
[Folder 9: RG-17.09, Swiss Wartime Newspapers, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 10: RG-17.10, Italian Wartime Publications, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 11: RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime, 1933 -- 1944],
[Folder 12: RG-17.12, Chwila, 1919 -- 1939],
[Folder 13: RG-17.13, Dilo, 1918 -- 1939, 1918 -- 1939],
[Folder 14: RG-17.14, Nazi Inter-War News, Illustrated News, 1930s],
[Folder 15: RG-17.15, Sygnaly (Signals), 1933-1939, 1933 -- 1939],
[Folder 16: RG-17.16, Short Note About the Oldest Synagogue in Egypt, Ben Ezra, 1973, 1973],
[Folder 17: RG-17.17, Jewish youth of Izbaca before the Holocaust],
[Folder 18: RG-17.18, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, I, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 19: RG-17.19, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, II],
[Folder 20: RG-17.20, Herbert Lothar Aron Papers],
[Folder 21: RG-17.21, Prewar Austria periodicals, 1931--1946],
[Folder 22: RG-17.22, Tagespot, Austrian newspaper, reflection of Anschluss, 12 March 1938, 12 March 1938],
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