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Catalog Number 2008.14.9
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2008.14
Description German Propaganda Newspaper Published in English

America in Europe
Monday, September 23, 1918

Stories Included: The Austro-Hungarian Peace-Note and America; News from America (Senator Lewis' Secret Mission; Roosevelt is at it again; America's war bill; Germany not Revolutionary; A New Kind of Profiteering); Punished for Insulting His Majestry Woodruff the First; Eugene Debs Gets Ten Years' Prison for His Speech; The Canadian Dollar's Shrinking Value; Minor News; Ameican Dislike of the English; War News (General Maurice's Warning against Exaggerations; How the doughboys enjoy warlife); Good Fellowship among all Nations; The Spirit of the Army; List of American Prisoners of War continued; Gerard Criticized; Buchanan on the late Tsar; "If" They Should Win!: Scandinavian Scientist says Entente's Victory would Cause the Organizers of the World to Perish (Prophesies Age of Rapaciousness); L.M. Burns' Experiences on his Trip from Chicago to Europe (continued); Tit Bits; American Baseball News (Boston Red Sox the New World's Champions)

Illustrations: The English statesman, meditating on the Austrian Peace-note in his clubchair; Two African American Soldiers (Nathan Dunnican and William Hicks of 366th Infantry, 92nd Division)

From the service of Captain William D. Stuart, Jr. Company B, 314th Engineers, 89th Division, AEF.
Date September 23, 1918
Year Range from 1918
Year Range to 1918
People Dunnican, Nathan
Hicks, William
Subjects World War I
Newspapers
German
Propaganda
Prisoners of war
Sports
African American
Baseball
World series (Baseball)