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Dorothy Thompson

Dorothy ThompsonBorn: 9-Jul-1893
Birthplace: Lancaster, NY
Died: 30-Jan-1961
Location of death: Lisbon, Portugal
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Female
Religion: Methodist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Journalist, Radio Personality

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: I Saw Hitler!

Expelled from Germany in 1934 by Adolf Hitler, personally.

Father: Peter Thompson (Methodist minister)
Mother: Margaret Grierson (d. 1901)
Husband: Josef Bard (1st, Hungarian author, m. 1922, div. 1927)
Husband: Sinclair Lewis (2nd, author, m. 1928, div. 1942)
Husband: (3rd)
Son: Michael

    University: Lewis Institute, Chicago, IL
    University: AB English, Syracuse University (1914)

    Ladies' Home Journal Columnist
    The New York Herald Tribune Columnist, On the Record (1936-41)
    The New York Post Berlin bureau
    The Chicago Daily News
    Deported from Nazi Germany (25-Aug-1934)

Author of books:
New Russia (1928, nonfiction)
I Saw Hitler! (1932, nonfiction)
Refugees: Anarchy or Organization (1938, nonfiction)
Let the Record Speak (1939, nonfiction)
The Courage to be Happy (1957, nonfiction)

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