Photograph of Charlotta Bass, right, with author Albert E. Kahn. The photo was taken at the Los Angeles airport before Bass left on a trip to Europe. Bass holds an autographed copy of Kahn's latest book, "High Treason." In 1939, Kahn became Executive Secretary of the American Council Against Nazi Propaganda and exposed Nazi atrocities in Europe. He later edited "The Hour" a newsletter that uncovered German and Japanese conspiratorial activities in the Americans during World War II. This photograph appeared in the California Eagle.
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