U.S. JOURNALIST STAYS ON IN GERMANY
WASHINGTON, May 23.
Officials of the State Department confirmed today that Robert H. Best, one of the American newspaper correspondents, who was scheduled to return on the steamer Drottningholm from Lisbon, voluntarily left the party to remain in Germany. Best said he was remaining "in the interests of history.";
Recent news dispatches from Lisbon mentioned that Best had returned to Berlin to marry an Austrian woman.
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U.S. JOURNALIST STAYS ON IN GERMANY, Evening Post, Volume CXXXIII, Issue 121, 25 May 1942
U.S. JOURNALIST STAYS ON IN GERMANY Evening Post, Volume CXXXIII, Issue 121, 25 May 1942
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