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November 12, 1918

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Food Administrator Herbert Hoover is headed to Europe to direct the food relief effort. The effort to prevent starvation has expanded from Belgium. He is accompanied by the head of the shipping board. Lloyd George says Germany should expect hash terms in the peace treaty.

Source: “Hoover Given Task of Feeding Hungry World,” American Falls Press, American Falls, Idaho, November 12, 1918. Page 1, Column 2.

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