Holocaust: Back-Page News

A wall exhibit, "A people in Print: Jewish Journalism in America," held in 1987 at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, featured enlarged photocopies of articles from the New York Times about the Holocaust--the most terrible stories--but given short shrift, relegated to the back pages of the paper. Included were items like the October 30, 1941 article on the back page of the times: "More Berlin Jews shipped to Poland; Sent Away in Freight Cars--48,000 Uprooted in Prague." Dr. Kenneth Libo, curator of the historical exhibits at the museum and organizer of the journalism exhibit, sought to […]