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Box 220

Newspapers... World War II Era Scrapbook of newspapers compiled by Bill Shemorry, box number, page number and newspaper listing.
1 Fargo Forum, Sept. 1, 1939 — Chamberlain Tells Germans To Withdraw From Poland
2 Minot Daily News, September 1, 1939 — Europe Goes To War
3 Williston Daily Herald, September 1, 1939 — War Breaks Out In Europe
4 Minot Daily News, September 4, 1939 — War Engulfs Europe
5 The New York Sun, January 11, 1941— Portsmouth Heavily Bombed
6 Minneapolis Star-Journal, Photo Sec., Mar. 30, 1941 — Synthetic Rubber & Jeeps
7 Publishers’ Auxiliary, January 3, 1942, P5 — Wms. Co. Farmers Press War Extra
8 Publishers’ Auxiliary, March 28, 1942, PI -- Another 1st Claim Disputed by Press
9 Publishers’ Aux., April 4, 1942, P6 — Neither Press or Catskill News Was First
10 Publishers' Aux., April 18, 1942, PI — Shemorry Determined To Have "First"
11 Williston Daily Herald, December 8, 1941 — U. S. Declares War
12 Kentish Gazette & Canterbury Press, England, 6-6-'46 — Bombers Raid Canterbury
13 Wms. Co. Farmers Press, 12-11-’41-- Germany, Italy, Japan Declare War On U.S.
14 Sunday Sun, Newcastle, England, July 12, 1942— Four Vast Battles In Russia
15 News Of The World, London, England, July 12, 1942-- Beyond El Alamein
16 The People, London, England, July 26, 1942-- Hun Advance Slowing Down (Russia)
17 Williston Daily Herald, October 30, 1942 -- U. S. Troops Hang On In Guadalcanal
18 Wms. Co. Farmers Press, Feb. 25, 1943 -- Shemorry Enters Armed Service (Jest)
19 Publishers’ Aux., 2-27 '43, P4 -- Harve Olson's (New Rockford) Letters To G.I.s Page 8 -- Williston Daily Herald Starts Servicemen's Herald For Servicemen
20 The Message, Camp Crowder, Mo., March 25, 1943 -- Theories On Origin Of Salute
21 The Message, Camp Crowder, Mo., April 8, 1943 -- Servicemen’s News
22 Nashville, Tenn. Banner, July 1, 1943 -- Full Airborne Division In Maneuvers
23 Lebanon, Tenn. Democrat, Aug. 26, 1943 -- Gen. McNair Sees Blue Army Beat Reds
24 Cape Argus, Capetown, South Africa, Jan. 27, 1944 -- Nazis Desperate Struggle
25 The Times Of India, Bombay, Feb. 9, 1944 -- Home Member Attacks India Congress
26 The Sunday Hindusthan Standard, Calcutta, Feb. 20, 1944 -- Jap Invasion Campaign
27 Assam Tribune, Dibrogahr, India, April 7, 1944 -- Japs Ambushed East Of Imphal
28 Chengtu (China) News Bulletin, June 6, 1944 -- 5th Army In Hot Pursuit Of Germans
29 Chungking (China) Reporter, June 21, 1945— Hung Men, Great Secret Society
30 Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury, Chungking Edition, August 6, 1944 – Myitkyina Taken By Chinese And Yanks Following A Long Siege
31 Bismarck, (N.D.) Capital, Aug. 8, 1944 – North Dakota Photographer Writes Of VP Wallace Visit
32 Publishers’ Auxiliary, August 26, 1944 -- Correspondents Read Aux. At Secret West China Air Base Of B-29 Bombers That Raid Japan
33 Minneapolis Morning Tribune, April 13, 1945 -- Roosevelt Dies, Truman President
34 Williston Daily Herald -- April 13, 1945 -- Roosevelt's Death Shocks World
35 Williston Graphic, April 13, 1945 -- Roosevelt Dies, Truman Becomes President
36 Williston Daily Herald, April 20, 1945 -- Taps For Ernie Pyle
37 Wms. Co. Farmers Press, May 3, 1945 -- Organized War Ends In Europe; Section 2: List of Williams County Men & Women in WW2 Armed Forces Of U. S.
38 Williston Daily Herald, May 7, 1945 -- VICTORY! Germany Surrenders War In Europe Is Over; 5 Titans Led ‘People's War’; War Chronology; Dream Of World Conquest Comes To End
39 Williston Daily Herald, Aug. 15, 1945 -- WAR IS OVER, Japs Accept Terms Of Allies
40 Fargo Forum, Aug. 15, 1945 -- JAPAN Surrenders; VJ Day To Be Proclaimed
41 Wms. Co. Farmers Press; August 15, 1945 -- Now They'll Be Coming Home
42 Publisher's Aux. Aug. 25, 1945 — Another Big Story, So They Came out With Extras
43 Shanghai Times, Sept. 14, 1945 -- British Sign Surrender Documents For Burma
44 Shanghai Herald, Oct. 1, 1945 -- Chinese Troops Assume Control Of North Indo-China
45 Advance, Calcutta, Nov. 16, 1945 — Uphold Banner Of Revolt, Jawaharlal Zindabad
46 The Nationalist, Calcutta, Nov. 24, 1945-- Firing On Friday All Over Calcutta
47 The Nationalist, Calcutta, December 2, 1945 — Gandhiji Reaches Calcutta
48 Sunday Hindusthan Standard, Calcutta, Dec. 2, 1945 -- Mahatma Gandhi In Calcutta
49 The Chinese World, San Francisco, February 18, 1946 -- All Chinese Language
50 Publishers' Auxiliary, March 23, 1946-- All-Veteran Staff On Louisiana Weekly; North Dakota Publishers Complete Plans For Fargo Meeting
51 Minot Daily News, December 31, 1946 -- Hostilities At End; State Of War Not Over
52 Publishers' Auxiliary, Feb. 1, 1947 -- N. D. Press To Meet In Grand Forks
53 Wms. Co. Farmers Press, June 18, 1951-- Special Co. E National Guard Edition
54 Williston Plains Reporter, Oct. 13, 1965 -- I Am Ready, Motto Of 164th Infantry compiled By Bill Shemorry, Williston, N. Dak.

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