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Diary of Carl Kaas - May 10, 1940 - A Research Guide for Students. Diary written by Carl Kaas originally in Dutch, edited by I Leefor English structure, grammar or spelling only as needed.

Diary of Carl Kaas - May 10, 1940 - A Research Guide for Students

Diary Entry Date: May 10, 1940 For several years, ever since Hitler became the Head of State in Germany, rumors got around about war, would it come or not. When Hitler ordered his army to walk into Sudetenland, England was very disturbed. So Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister, flew to Germany to have a good talk with Adolf Hitler. It was very successful. Chamberlain was as happy as anyone possibly could be. A very short time later, the German army marched into Denmark and continued on to Norway. On the morning of Friday, May 10, 1940, at 4:00 a.m., I was awaken by all the racket going on outside: airplanes of all descriptions filled the sky, the Dutch army with horse wagons, canon trucks, and all kinds of equipment on the go. Our government knew that Hitler would invade Holland. Day 4 of the cattle drive ended at the harbor. Related resources: CBC Archives. Countdown to Victory: The Last...

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Can't read. Doesn't know his A,B,C's. Said, "Yes I want to learn but can't when I work all the time. " The Mill Left - A general view of spinning room, Cornell Mill. Left - One of the spinners in Whitnel Cotton Mill. Newsies Left - A small newsie downtown on a Saturday afternoon. Left - Out after midnight selling extras. Left - Francis Lance, 5 years old, 41 inches high. Miners Left - At the close of day. Left - Breaker boys, Hughestown Borough, Pennsylvania Coal Co. The Factory Left - View of the Scotland Mills, showing boys who work in the mill. Left - Young cigar makers in Engelhardt & Co. Left - Day scene. Seafood Workers Left - Oyster shuckers working in a canning factory.

Left - Manuel the young shrimp picker, age 5, and a mountain of child labor oyster shells behind him. Field and Farm Work Left - Camille Carmo, age 7, and Justine, age 9. Left - Twelve-year-old Lahnert boy topping beets. Little Salesmen.