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Yearbook, Walnut Hills High School 1943

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    Yearbook, Walnut Hills High School 1943

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    Brief Narrative
    "The Remembrancer" 1943 Walnut Hills High School yearbook, Cincinnati, OH; Includes the theme of Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini as puppets both as actual puppets as well in drawings, also includes references to Japan and Hirohito. The yearbook introduction is addressed to "Adolf" and says "You thought by pulling the strings of your millions of little heiling puppets could concur the world. We're grasping those strings ourselves, Adolf. We intend to dangle you and your partners before our little world here at Walnut Hills High School in this proud old Germany city of Cincinnati, Ohio to show you why our way of life will be victorious." Another page features the headline "We have freedom of speech, Adolph [sic]" and another proclaims "Our advancement in science typifies American leadership where Germany once ruled supreme."
    The Remembrancer
    publication/distribution:  1943
    publication: Walnut Hills High School; Cincinnati (Ohio)
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Betty Mitchel Healy

    Physical Details

    Object Type
    Yearbooks (lcsh)
    Physical Description
    Bound yearbook "The Remembrancer: 1943"; yellow cover with red text.
    overall: Height: 12.250 inches (31.115 cm) | Width: 9.250 inches (23.495 cm) | Depth: 1.000 inches (2.54 cm)
    overall : paper, cardboard, paper

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    Administrative Notes

    The yearbook was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2017 by Betty Mitchel Healy.
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