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World War I
1. Assassination of an Archduke
29 June 1914, Washington Post: "Serbian Involvement Is Suspected in Murder of Archduke Francis Ferdinand"
29 June 1914, Washington Post: "Possible Consequences of Archduke's Assassination"
29 June 1914, Atlanta Journal & Constitution: "Heir to Austro-Hungarian Throne and Wife Murdered in Serbia"
29 June 1914, New York Times: "Archduke Ignored Warning Not to Go to Bosnia"
30 June 1914, Atlanta Journal & Constitution: "Assassination Will Only Increase Instability in Balkans"
29 June 1914, Christian Science Monitor: "Assassination Is Another Test for Austria-Hungary"
29 June 1914, New York Times: "Assassinations Exact Brutal Revenge for Austria-Hungary's Seizure of Bosnia"
2. It's War
29 July 1914, Christian Science Monitor: "Assessment of the Serbian Crisis"
2 August 1914, New York Times: "Reflections on the Start of War"
2 August 1914, Grand Forks (ND) Herald: Editorial-Surprising War Will Surely Be Brief"
6 August 1914, Emporia (KS) Gazette: "Editorial-European System Has Caused This Cruel War"
1 August 1914, Wall Street Journal: "Editorial--European Militarism and the Coming of War"
3 August 1914, Wall Street Journal: "Editorial--New York Papers Think Banks Can Avert War"
2 August 1914, Atlanta Journal & Constitution: "Thrilling Scenes Caused in Europe by Appeal to Arms"
2 August 1914, Atlanta Journal & Constitution: "One Hundred Years After Napoleon"
2 August 1914, Chicago Tribune: "All Europe Faces Peril of Warfare"
1 August 1914, Chicago Tribune: "Editorial--War May Prove Military Uses of Aircraft"
6 August 1914, Norman Angell: "Editorial-'The Great Illusion': Economic Interdependence Will End War Quickly"
8 August 1914, Chicago Defender: "Editorial--The Natural Cause of War"
31 July 1914, New York World: "Secrecy of Shrouds Government and Diplomatic Discussions"
1 August 1914, New York World: "Jean Jaures, Opponent of War, Is Slain in Paris Restaurant"
3 August 1914, New York World: "Assessment of the Coming War"
4 August 1914, New York World: "Editorial-Reflections on Autocracy and Democracy"
3 August 1914, Christian Science Monitor: "Christian Nations Go to War with Each Other"
15 August 1914, Chicago Defender: "Editorial-War and Opportunity for African Americans"
3. The Fall Battles of 1914
4 August 1914, New York Times: "First Moves of the War"
23 August, 1914, Richard Harding Davis: Correspondent's Eyewitness Accounts-'German Army Rolls on Like Fog'"
23 September 1914, Los Angeles Examiner: "Ten Miles of Dead; Casualties Carpet Field"
5 September 1914, Washington Post: "Women at War"
4 September 1914, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "War News at a Glance"
7 September 1914, New Orleans Times Picayune: "Editorial-Causes of the Present War"
8 October 1914, Karl H. Von Wiegand: "Dispatch from the Eastern Front-The Terrible Loss of Horses"
4 September 1914, Christian Science Monitor: "French Government Leaves Paris for New Capital at Bordeaux"
12 September 1914, Christian Science Monitor: "Reports on Battle on the Marne"
24 August 1914, New York Times: "Waiting for Details of First Great Battle"
6 September 1914, New York Times: "Account of German Air Reconnaissance"
15 September 1914, New York Times: "Description of a War-Devastated Countryside"
4. Outrage of the Lusitania
10 May 1915, Emporia (KS) Gazette: "Lusitania Incident-Latest Tragedy in a World Gone Mad"
8 May 1915, Manitoba (Winnipeg) Free Press: "Canadian Editorial-U.S. Should Join War Against Evil"
8 May 1915, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Lusitania Passenger Tells of Seeing Submarine; Two Torpedoes Struck Soon Afterward"
7 May 1915, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Americans Alfred G. Vanderbilt and Elbert Hubbard Onboard Lusitania"
7 May 1915, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Editorial--The Lusitania"
8 May 1915, New York Tribune: "1,500 Die as Lusitania Goes to Bottom"
8 May 1915, New York Tribune: "Editorial-The American Response to the Lusitania"
10 May 1915, Christian Science Monitor: "Editorial--The Lusitania: Waging War with Terror"
8 May 1915, New York Times: "Loss of Life on Lusitania Shocks President Wilson"
8 May 1915, New York Times: "Editorial-U.S. Must Demand End to German Submarine Attacks on Neutral Shipping"
9 May 1915, New York Times: "The Law of the Lusitania Case"
1915, The Fatherland: "Why the Lusitania Was Sunk"
5. The "Meat Grinder" of Verdun
29 February 1916, Fred B. Pitney: Battle at Verdun--French Guns Shatter Waves of Men Hurled at Douaumont"
29 February 1916, Christian Science Monitor: "French Consider Battle for Fortress at Verdun one of Greatest in History"
24 February 1916, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "Massive German Offensive at Verdun"
25 February 1916, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "Verdun Is Greatest Battle Since the Marne in 1914"
28 February 1916, Baltimore Sun: "Verdun-The Crisis of the War"
29 February 1916, New York World: "The Significance of Verdun"
6. Death on the Somme
2 July 1916, Minneapolis Journal: "British and French Storm 40 Miles of German Line Along the Somme"
3 July 1916, Philip Gibbs: "British Guns Wipe Out German Lines"
1 July 1916, Baltimore Sun: "British Shell Germans Day and Night"
2 July 1916, Baltimore Sun: "British Troops Sang as They Went into Battle on the Somme"
2 July 1916, New York World: "Five-Mile Wedge Driven into German Line by Somme Offensive"
1916, Herbert Bayard Swope: "On the Somme, Ordeal by Battle"
7. Wilson "Kept Us Out of War"-The 1916 Presidential Election
9 November 1916, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "Results of the 1916 Election"
11 November 1916, Christian Science Monitor: "Grave Duties Now Confront Newly Re-Elected President Wilson"
4 October 1916, Fargo (ND) Forum: "Is Future Peace to Be Assured?"
10 November 1916, New York Times: "Voters Approve Wilson Administration Policies in Close Election"
31 March 1917, Chicago Defender: "Editorial--African Americans Should Support Wilson Administration"
8. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
6 November 1916, Herbert Bayard Swope: "German Arguments with American Neutrality"
1 February 1917, Louis Seibold: "'Ruthless' German U Boat Campaign Begins Today"
28 February 1917, Floyd P. Gibbons: "How Laconia Sank"
4 February 1917, Minneapolis Tribune: "Editorial-Country Will Follow President into to War"
10 February 1917, Minneapolis Tribune: "Citizens Urged to Exhibit Loyalty by Displaying Flag"
1 February 1917, Boston Globe: "Editorial-U.S. Must Respond to German Defiance"
2 February 1917, Chicago Tribune: "Editorial-U.S. Needs to Prepare for This and Future Wars"
1 February 1917, New York World: "Editorial--German Defiance of American Ultimatum a Declaration of War"
1 February 1917, Christian Science Monitor: "Cabinet Heads Confer on German Crisis"
3 February 1917, Fargo (ND) Forum: "Editorial--Break with Germany Has Come-Back the President"
9. Outrage Over the Zimmermann Telegram
2 March 1917, Washington Post: "Zimmermann Telegram Confirmed; Armed Neutrality Bill Slated to Pass Today"
2 March 1917, Washington Post: "Editorial--Germany's Proposed Suicide Pact"
1 March 1917, New York Tribune: "Germany Asks Mexico to Seek Alliance with Japan for War on U.S."
1 March 1917, New York Tribune: "Letter Writer Lists Reasons Why He Wishes He Were Fighting in France; Female Letter Write Protests American Indecision"
2 March 1917, Christian Science Monitor: "Excerpts of Press Opinion on Germany's Mexican Plot"
5 March 1917, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Letter Writer Says U.S. Should Shun European Militarism"
10. End of the Russian Monarchy
16 March 1917, New York Tribune: "Revolt Spread Swiftly Through Streets of Petrograd"
16 March 1917, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "Russian Revolutionaries Will Continue War"
16 March 1917, Boston Globe: "A New Russia
16 March 1917, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "News of the Russian Uprising"
16 March 1917, Isaac Don Levine: "Pro-German Czarist Bureaucrats Caught in Their Own Trap"
16 March 1917, Christian Science Monitor: "Revolution in Russia Brings Many Changes"
17 March 1917, Fargo (ND) Forum: "Fall of Romanoffs Is Great Popular Victory"
16 March 1917, New York Tribune: "Russian Revolution May Be Turning Point of War"
11. United States Joins the Allies
2 April 1917, Atlanta Journal and Constitution: "Congress to Vote on War Against Germany"
6 April 1917, Christian Science Monitor: "U.S. Enters European War"
3 April 19177, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "Editorial-No Time for Pacifism"
7 April 1917, Atlanta Journal and Constitution: "Congresswoman Rankin Votes Against War"
2 April 1917, New York Times: "Editorial-Pacifists Blind to Public Sentiment"
3 April 1917, New York Times: "Editorial--Indictment of German Government"
3 April 1917, Fargo (ND) Forum: "Why We Are Going to War"
April 1917, Bangor (ME) Daily News/Christian Science Monitor: "Editorial Denunciations of Pacifism"
9 April 1917, Wall Street Journal: "True Meaning of Washington's 'Entangling Alliances'"
April 1917, John Reed: "Opposing American Entry--Whose War Is This?"
July 1917, Max Eastman: "Opposition to American Entry--The Religion of Patriotism"
31 March 1917, Emporia (KS) Gazette: "Christians at War--Holy Week and Unholy War
3 April 1917, Manitoba (Winnipeg) Free Press: "Canadian Editorial Praises American Entry into War"
27 February 1917, Christian Science Monitor: "Press Sustains President in Appeal for Power to Arm Merchant Ships"
31 March 1917, Chicago Defender: African-American Newspaper Asks Wilson to Account for His Administration's Actions"
28 April 1917, Chicago Defender: "War to Test Southern Fear of Black Soldiers"
June 1917, Max Eastman: "This Is Not a War for Democracy"
12. Pershing Takes Command
10 May 1917: Boston Globe: Rumors Have Pershing Commanding American Expeditionary Force"
19 May 1917, Boston Globe: "Pershing Ordered to France with Division"
19 May 1917, New York Times: "General Pershing's Background"
19 May 1917, Minneapolis Journal: "Pershing Considered Ablest Commander in U.S. Army"
19 May 1917, Chicago Tribune: "The American Menace to Germany"
13. Censorship, Propaganda, and Pacifism
1 September 1914, New York Times: "Protesting Censorship of War News"
6 September 1914, Washington Post: "The Need for War Reporters"
8 September 1914, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "The Difficulties of Correspondents in Reporting the War"
January 1915, Oswald Garrison Villard: "The Press as Affected by the War
5 May 1917: Boston Globe: "Harm from Censorship Greater Than Benefit"
2 April 1917, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Editorial--Anti-War Groups Should Be Allowed Freedom to Advertise Their Views"
2 April 1917, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Advertisement by World Patriots Calling for Peace, Not War"
2 February 1917, Chicago Tribune: "The German-American Question"
3 April 1917, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "The Problem of Pacifism"
4 April 1918, New York Times: "An Inexplicable Order--American Command Suspends Publication of Daily Casualty Lists"
2 May 1918, San Francisco Chronicle: "Teaching German in Public Schools"
7 April 1918, Chicago Tribune: "The Astonishing Mr. Creel, Director of Committee on Public Information"
22 November 1918, Chicago Tribune: "Denunciation of Official Censorship"
19 October 1918, Milwaukee Leader: "The Effects of Official Denial of Mailing Privileges"
16 June 1919, Boston Globe: "How the War Was Fought by Propagandists"
14. Spies and Atrocities
18 October 1917, New York World: "Accounts of German Atrocities"
3 April 1918, Emporia (KS) Gazette: "What the War Means"
5 February 1917, Fargo (ND) Forum: "Editorial--This Is No Time for Passion; Question of Entering War Should Be Calmly Considered"
19 October 1917, Henry G. Wales: "Mata Hari Shot as Spy"
3 April 1918, Atlanta Journal and Constitution: "Editorial Cartoon-The Kaiser, The Beast of Berlin"
10 November 1917, Wall Street Journal: "Editorial Cartoon--The Rape of Belgium"
15. End of Russian Democracy
9 November 1917, New York World: "Kerensky Deposed, Flees Petrograd to Escape Reds"
9 November 1917, Arno Dosch-Fleurot: "Bolsheviki Are Fanatics in Their Desire for Peace"
9 November 1917, Boston Globe: "Russian Revolution Turns Extreme"
10 November 1917, Wall Street Journal: "Russia--An Awakening Giant"
9 November 1917, Washington Post: "German Intrigue Wins Russia"
10 November 1917, New York World: "Bolshevik Revolution Cannot Prevent Ultimate Allied Victory"
16. Wilson's Fourteen Points
9 January 1918, Lincoln Colcord: "President Wilson's Address"
9 January 1918, Chicago Tribune: "Allied Plans for Peace"
9 January 1918, New York Tribune: "Praise for President's Peace Proposals"
9 January 1918, New York Tribune: "Excerpts from Editorial Comments on President's Peace Proposals"
17. Doughboys on the Battlefields
1 April 1918, Floyd Gibbons: "Yanks Go to Battle"
2 April 1918, Theodore Roosevelt: "Thank Heaven!-American Army to Finally Enter Combat"
4 April 1918, New York Times: "America on the March"
4 April 1918, Atlanta Journal and Constitution: "Uncle Sam to Furnish Bull Durham Tobacco to Troops"
1 April 1918, New York Times: "American Troops Enthusiastic and Ready for Battle"
31 March 1918, Philip Gibbs: "Where Germans Failed"
2 April 1918, New York World: "American Troops Take War to New Phase"
6 April 1918, Chicago Defender: "African American Press Calls for All Americans to Pull Together"
16 August 1918, Stars & Stripes: "No Talk of Peace Until Victory Is Fully Achieved"
9 January 1918, Sergeant Arthur Guy Empey: "How Soldier Reached the Front Line Trench and Spent a Night in Chilly Rain"
30 March 1918, Chicago Defender: "Concerning Lynchings of African Americans at Home"
5 July 1918, Stars & Stripes: "Work of Wartime Poets"
18. Germany's Last Gamble
23 March 1918, Chicago Tribune: "Risks of Possible German Offensive"
23 March 1918, Floyd Gibbons: "Killing Shell Shock Makes German Dugout a Death Salon"
23 March 1918, Chicago Tribune: "Germans Launch Giant Offensive"
26 March 1918, New York World: "A Critical Moment of the War"
1 May 1918, San Francisco Chronicle: "The War Outlook"
19. War and Pestilence
3 October 1918, Minneapolis Tribune: "Counter-Attacking Influenza"
23 October 1918, Minneapolis Tribune: "Safety Board Endorses Plan Against 'Flu'"
4 October 1918, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "Theatres and Saloons in State Closed in Fight Against Epidemic"
4 October 1918, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "The Grip and Communal Resistance"
8 October 1918, Emporia (KS) Gazette: "Influenza Is Spreading Fast"
11 October 1918, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "Influenza Forces City to Provide Large Hospital"
3 October 1918, New Orleans Times-Picayune: Wearing of Gas Mask to Avoid Contagion Worse Than 'Flu'"
1 November 1918, San Francisco Chronicle: "92,000 Cases of Influenza Now in State"
2 November 1918, San Francisco Chronicle: "Maskless Folk Are Taught Lesson by Health Sleuths"
20. The Fires of Hell Are Out
11 November 1918, San Francisco Chronicle: "City Shouts Its Joy in Welcome to Peace News"
11 November 1918, San Francisco Chronicle: "World's Greatest War Has Ended"
11 November 1918, Chicago Tribune: "Chicago Celebrates End of War; Bedlam Reigns in Loop"
15 November 1918, Stars & Stripes: "Hold Your Horses-War Could Yet Be Reignited"
17 October 1918, C.W. Barron: "War Finance and the Dangers of Peace"
11 November 1918, Christian Science Monitor: "The End of the War"
11 November 1918, New York Times: "The Overthrow of Autocracy"
11 November 1918, Emporia (KS) Gazette: "Exit the Kings-Monarchies Fall in Berlin, Vienna"
12 November 1918, Minneapolis Tribune: "Great Things Done, Great Things Still to Do"
9 November 1918, Wall Street Journal: "An Armistice Means Peace"
12 November 1918, Philadelphia Public Ledger: "Armageddon's Armistice Brings Peace to World"
21. Peace and War
9 May 1919, Baltimore Sun: "Editorial--Determining German Reparations"
13 May 1919, Baltimore Sun: "All Germany Protests Peace Treaty"
2 May 1919, Stars & Stripes: "Who Won the War?"
21 June 1919, Washington Post: "The Two Parts of the Treaty"
28 June 1919, Washington Post: "Two Editorials on the Treaty of Versailles"
28 June 1919, New York World: "Peace Treaty Imperfect But Still a Great Advance"
24 June 1919, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "Peace at Last"
29 June 1919, James Morgan: "Real Peace Remains to Be Made-Or Marred"
27 June 1919, Boston Globe: "Dissatisfactions with Treaty from Various Quarters"
20 June 1919, New Orleans Times-Picayune: "No Room for Red Radicals in U.S."
World War II, European Theater
1. World War II Begins, 1939
8 September 1939, Otto D. Tolischus: "Germans Rush Troops West to Meet French; Polish Army Defends Warsaw; Submarines Sink Four British Freighters"
12 September 1939, Otto D. Tolischus: "Poles Unprepared for Strength of German Blow"
2. Germany Rolls over Europe, 1940
6 May 1940, Leland Stowe: "How a Few Thousand Nazis Seized Norway"
31 May 1940, New York Times: "Fugitives from Flanders Horrors Decry Lack of Planes"
1 June 1940, Harold Denny: "75% of B.E.F. Reported Safely Out of Flanders; Allies Attack on Somme, Win Abbeville Area; Roosevelt Warns War Imperils Whole World"
24 June 1940, John Fisher: "I First Saw the Ruins of Dunkerque"
15 June 1940, Sonia Tomara: "Reporter with Paris Refugees Describes Nightmare Flight"
1 July 1940, Time: "Report on the Surrender of France"
8 July 1940, Louis P. Lochner: "Germans Marched into a Dead Paris"
31 August 1940, Demaree Bess: "'With Their Hands in Their Pockets'-Paris Prepares for the Germans"
7 July 1940, Percival Knauth: "Hitler Welcomed by Frenzied Berlin"
3. Life in London and Berlin, 1941, 1943
13 January 1941, Walter Graebner: "London Stands Up to Blitzkrieg"
3 February 1941, William L. Shirer: "Inside Wartime Germany: Part 1"
10 February 1941, William L. Shirer: "Inside Wartime Germany: Part 2"
27 February 1943, David H. Orro: "Correspondent's Account of a Nighttime Bombing Raid on London"
4. Black United States Servicemen in England, 1942
29 August 1942, George Padmore: "Harlem Goes to England and Staid Britons Enjoy U.S. Soldiers' Ball"
19 September 1942, George Padmore: "Negro Troops in England Break Records as They Supply the AEF"
5. Naval Warfare, 1942-43
4 July 1942, Robert Sullivan: "Tanker Men Don't Get Medals--Transporting Fuel to Europe"
11 July 1942, Gordon Holman: "Account of British Commando Raid on St. Nazaire"
26 December 1942, George Padmore: "Nazi Bombs Blast Racial Prejudice in Big Convoy"
22 February 1943, Margaret Bourke-White: "Women in Lifeboats-Nazis Torpedo Photographer's Ship"
13 December 1943, John Hersey: "Account of U.S.S. Borie's Last Battle"
6. Development of the Atom Bomb, 1943
4 April 1943, New York Times: "Nazi 'Heavy Water' Looms as Weapon"
7. War in Africa, 1943
6 February 1943, Edgar T. Rouzeau: "Roosevelt Reviews Famed African American Unit, the 41st Engineers"
29 May 1943, Frederick C. Painton: "Account of American Rally at at Kasserine Pass"
8. Air Warfare, 1943-44
10 July 1943, Edgar T. Rouzeau: "Pilot of 99th Pursuit Squadron--the Tuskegee Airmen--Downs Nazi Plane"
3 December 1943, Edward R. Murrow: "Berlin Bombing Run--A Kind of Orchestrated Hell"
29 April 1944, Ollie Harrington: "A Humorous Moment in War--99th Crew Chief 'Borrows' P-40"
9. Fighting in Sicily and Italy, 1943-45
27 September 1943, Jack Belden: "Correspondent Wounded While Covering Landing in Italy"
24 November 1943, Milton Bracker: "Patton Struck Ailing Soldier, Apologized to Him and Army"
3 January 1944, Fillmore Calhoun: "Story of an Italian Town Overwhelmed by War"
10 January 1944, Ernie Pyle: "Captain Henry T. Waskow"
6 January 1945, Haskell Cohen: "Nazis Try to Create Discord on Battlefield"
30 April 1945, Milton Bracker: "U.S. 7th in Munich; British Push on Baltic; Russians Tighten Ring on Berlin's Heart; Milan and Venice Won; Mussolini Killed"
10. D-Day and Its Immediate Aftermath, 1944
7 June 1944, Drew Middleton: "Hitler's Sea Wall Is Breached, Invaders Fighting Way Inland; New Allied Landings Are Made"
7 June 1944, Roelif Loveland: "Correspondent Watches Start of Invasion from Bomber"
12 June 1944, Ernie Pyle: "How Troops Cracked Beach Defense"
16 June 1944, Ernie Pyle: "In France-Description of the Beaches After the Fighting Moved On"
17 June 1944, Randy Dixon: "Blood of Black Men Flows on Beaches of Normandy"
19 June 1944, William Walton: "Account of Parachute Landing in Normandy"
24 June 1944, Edward B. Toles: "Eyewitness Story of Second Front Tells How Troops Nabbed Snipers"
8 July 1944, Martin Sommers: "The Longest Hour in History-The Normandy Invasion"
9 September 1944, Cecil Carnes: "The Paratroopers of Purple-Heart Lane"
11. France: After D-Day to the Liberation of Paris, 1944
15 July 1944, Edward Toles: "The Exploits of African American Units--Crack Troops Catch Nazis in Barrage Balloon Net"
15 July 1944, Randy Dixon: "The Exploits of African American Units-Correspondent's Report from Normandy"
12 August 1944, Randy Dixon: "The Exploits of African American Units--'Laying Cable Hazardous'"
16 September 1944, Martin Sommers: "Correspondent's Eyewitness Account of Shelling of Battleship Texas"
7 October 1944, Ernest Hemingway: "How We Came to Paris"
12. United States Servicewomen in England, 1944
9 September 1944, Ernest O. Hauser: "Those Wonderful G.I. Janes"
2 December 1944, Edward B. Toles: "Negro Nurses Tend Nazi War Prisoners in Britain"
13. Crossing into Germany, 1944-45
17 December 1944, Robert Cromie: "G.I.s in German Town Tell How They Got There"
20 December 1944, Wes Gallagher: "Allies Halt Nazis on North Flank, Great Offensive Continues"
1 January 1945, William Walton: "The Battle of Hurtgen Forest"
8 January 1945, Time: "Western Front-The American Stand at Bastogne"
24 February 1945, Richard Tregaskis: "House to House and Room to Room Fighting in Germany"
14. Freeing the German Concentration Camp Prisoners, 1945
15 April 1945, Edward R. Murrow: "Where Are They Now?-The Liberation of Buchenwald"
18 April 1945, Gene Currivan: "Nazi Death Factory at Buchenwald Shocks Germans on a Forced Tour"
27 April 1945, Sigrid Schultz: "Reign of Terror by Nazi Women Guards Is Told"
28 April 1945, Janet Flanner: "Letter from Paris-Women Prisoners Return to Paris from Ravensbrueck Camp"
1 May 1945, Marguerite Higgins: "33,000 Dachau Captives Freed by 7th Army"
15. United States and Russian Troops Meet Up, 1945
28 April 1945, John Thompson: "Account of Meeting of American and Russian Troops in Germany"
28 April 1945, Chicago Tribune: "'Put It There'-American Troops Encounter Russians in Germany"
16. Germany Surrenders, 1945
8 May 1945, Edward Kennedy: "The Original Surrender Story as First Flashed from Reims"
21 May 1945, Charles Christian Wertenbaker: "Surrender at Reims"

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Military history, Modern -- Sources.
United States -- History, Military -- Sources.
United States -- Armed Forces -- History -- Sources.