1937 Santa Claus around the world – yikes!
Charles H. Loeb defied the American military’s denials and propaganda to show how deadly radiation from the strike on Hiroshima sickened and killed. In the New York Times today is an account of the work of Charles Loeb, an American war correspondent in the Pacific in World War II.
Madera Tribune, 1 October 1945. WASHINGTON, Oct. 1.—Approximately 3500 Japanese prisoners of war now are being transferred to the San Joaquin valley in California for harvest work, the War Department disclosed today. The Japanese are being taken from Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, and Camp Clarinda, Iowa, at the request of Gov. Earl Warren and California members … [Read more…]