Date of Defense

11-20-1992

Department

History

First Advisor

Dr. Lewis Carlson

Second Advisor

Dr. Gerald Markle

Third Advisor

Dr. James Ferreira

Abstract

The goals of this paper are threefold. First: With a small town newspaper as a primary source of information, what and when would a typical reader have learned of the various details of the Holocaust? Second: How did the Gazette cover the Holocaust? Were major stories told or not? Were they located on the front page or buried within? Were pictures included? Finally: How did the Gazette's coverage compare with that of other newspapers?

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Campus Only

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