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Follow-up to the Lusitania sinking...
Item # 639677
May 14, 1915
THE DAILY JOURNAL, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, May 14, 1915
* re. British ocean liner RMS Lusitania sinking
* World War I tensions building on the United States
* Germany defying the World w/ submarine warfare
Page 2 begins with the follow-up to the Lusitania sinking of a week prior, with first column heads: "AMERICAN NOTE SENT TO BERLIN" "Bernstorff Denies Threat of Defiance" "Rumors Are Silenced" "Wilson's Note Firm In Tone & meets with General Approval" "Expect Immediate Answer" and more.
The top of page 3 has column heads: "BRITISH WARSHIP SUNK BY TORPEDO" "Goliath Destroyed In Dardanelles by Turkish Forces" "500 Of The Crew Perished".
Four pages, cleanly loose at the spine, evenly toned, somewhat fragile & should be handled carefully.
Category: The 20th Century