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December 7, 1918

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A Hearst newspaper employee is accused of being employed as a paid German propagandist. Senator Lewis (D-WA) warns Woodrow Wilson that the league of nations could be a danger to not guarantee of peace. The Seattle city health department has sent 15 men out to place “flu cards” on quarantined houses throughout the city.

Source: “Hearst Writer is Branded as Hun Propaganda Chief,” The Seattle Star, Seattle, Washington, December 7, 1918. Page 1, Column 1.

Earlier Event: December 6
December 6, 1918
Later Event: December 8
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