Letter from Edward Murrow to S. K. Ratcliffe; London, May 3, 1945
- Creation: 1945-05-03
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Existence and Location of Originals
Series 1: Edward R. Murrow Papers ca. 1929-1968; Box 4, folder 10
This letter consists of one page of paper measuring 20.83 cm x 25.91 cm, having text one side. The page has two holes punched in the left margin.
20.83 cm x 25.91 cm
Edward Murrow's response to S. K. Ratcliffe's letter
In this letter, Edward R. Murrow says that he got a mixed reception to his broadcast about Buchenwald, but thought his story was at least believed. He also counters Ratcliffe's supposition that the mass of German people did not know what was happening at Buchenwald. He believes that many people in Weimar did know where and what Buchenwald was.
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