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February 21, 1942

San Francisco Examiner headlines, San Francisco, CA, 26 Feb 1942 (US National Archives: ARC 195535)

San Francisco Examiner headlines, San Francisco, CA, 26 Feb 1942 (US National Archives: ARC 195535)

80 Years Ago—Feb. 21, 1942: House of Representatives begins hearings about removal of Japanese-Americans from the West Coast.

German spy Bernard Julius Otto Kuehn is convicted of espionage for sending information about Pearl Harbor to the Japanese before and during the attack.

New song in Top Ten: “I Don’t Want to Walk Without You.”

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