Transcript of ‘The Daily Express’ newspaper, 21 April 1945 (D/DLI 7/404/27)
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“Pictures every British citizen should see
Pictures of German atrocities which cannot be published in the newspapers are being placed on exhibition in Daily Express Reading Rooms throughout the country.
Parents are advised that young children should not be taken to see these pictures. But a duty is imposed on citizens everywhere to investigate and to see for themselves the overwhelming mass of evidence that has been accumulated with the advance of the Allied armies.
A special exhibition of enlarged pictures is being prepared. This will be on view at the Daily Express Reading Room at 299, Regent-street, London, at a date to be announced shortly.”