Otto D. Tolischus
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Otto David Tolischus (November 20, 1890 – February 24, 1967) was a Prussian-Lithuanian-born journalist for the New York Times and winner of the 1940 Pulitzer Prize for Correspondence for his writing in Berlin during World War II.
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- Charging that Germany had been attacked, Chancellor Hitler at 5:11 o'clock this morning issued a proclamation to the army declaring that from now on force will be met with force and calling on the armed forces 'to fulfill their duty to the end.'
- published in 1939 in New York Times per Rindsberg, cited below
- Under the headline, "Hitler Gives Word," Otto Tolischus presented only the view of Hitler and the Nazis concerning the events along the German-Polish border.
In the very next paragraph, Tolischus reprinted Hitler's proclamation, which the dictator calculated as a way to fire up the German public for war.
- 3 May 2021 on page 27 (chapter 1: Canned Goods) of The Gray Lady Winked: How the New York Times's Misreporting, Distortions and Fabrications Radically Alter History by Ashley Rindsberg