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He writes to her upon receiving the news that it is ordered that they be executed on their 14th wedding anniversary. He meditates on the reasons...
1953/05/31
She tells Julius that she is full of anxiety about the children's imminent visit. She had a visit from sister-in-law Lena, who told her that the...
1951/07/29
He feels that he needs to contribute to "the common struggle for peace and decency." This letter will comprise his "running account of my though...
1952/11/28
She tells Julius she thinks the reason they did not feel the need to talk about their children's imminent visit during their last meeting was du...
1951/07/25
Judge Kaufman just ruled they should be executed in about 50 days. Julius reassures Ethel that of course Manny has already begun to contest this...
1952/11/23
He writes about his life in 1933, as a high school senior who was debating whether to work or continue into college. He chronicles the first mom...
1952/12/22
He tells Manny he just received "permanent records" of their death sentence. He points out that, even though the government was lenient on Nazi ...
1952/12/22
Julius brings to Manny's attention an article in the NY Times about the House's rejection of a Death Penalty Provision for reasons that might he...
1952/06/21
He apologizes for having responded so abruptly to a proposal Ethel made concerning their boys. He also tells her how difficult he is finding it ...
1953/01/18
Urey questions the fitness of the verdict by bringing up several points that seem to him to cast doubt on it. He strongly protests the death sen...
1952/12/16
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