Original newspaper articles dating during 1944
These scandals led to numerous government investigations and the eventual resignation of President Richard Nixon.The work of Woodward and Bernstein was called "maybe the single greatest reporting effort of all time" by longtime journalism figure Gene Roberts.Q: My family’s background is very deep rooted in the Lawrenceville/Croatian history.My great grandfather immigrated there with his family and had a store.
In taking over the office of president on December 11, 1941, four days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President A. Mercier issued a message to Southern Pacific men and women saying that "our first duty is to our government in the war," and added: "The job is being tackled by all hands in the traditional spirit that built our western link of America's transcontinental railroad — the same spirit that has since won through in every crisis of flood, storm and disaster. With the return of peace, President Mercier has pledged that "all our resources of manpower and physical facilities will again be turned to furthering development of the area served by our lines and to provide progressive, friendly service to our customers." This booklet presents in concise form the history of Southern Pacific from its founding through World War II.British Library Newspapers at Colindale has now closed, and the majority of printed material is under embargo. We have created a short guide to newspaper collections which you will be able to access until March 2014.The British Library's newspaper collections are founded on two special collections: Systematic collection of newspapers did not really begin until 1822.Five burglars had been caught red-handed in the complex, where the Democratic National Committee had its headquarters; one of them turned out to be an ex-CIA agent who did security work for the Republicans.In the series of stories that followed, Bernstein and Woodward eventually connected the burglars to a massive slush fund and a corrupt attorney general.