Saturday, November 19, 2011

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Lauterbach wrote a January 1945 LIFE magazine article marking Stalin's birthday, entitled Stalin at 65. Lauterbach says Stalin was driven to "push through collectivization of farms at any cost, to build up the morale, to promote the Stakhanovite speed-up movement, to make peace with Hitler for enough time to plan and build for the war he knew was coming...". Lauterbach quotes Stalin as saying, "Those who think I would ever embark on the adventurous path of conquest blatantly underestimate my sense of realities." And closes with Stalin's greatest contribution "to the workers of the world by establishing socialism in one country, by raising the economic level of the masses in Russia to new highs by setting up the Soviet Union as the shining example".

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Lauterbach was one of the first American journalists to write about the liberation of Nazi concentration camps. Lauterbach described how the impact of the "full emotional shock came at a giant warehouse chock-full of people's shoes, more than 800,000 of all sizes, shapes, colors, and styles...In some places the shoes had burst out of the building like corn from a crib. It was monstrous. There is something about an old shoe as personal as a snapshot or a letter. I looked at them and saw their owners: skinny kids in soft, white, worn slippers; thin ladies in black highlaced shoes; sturdy soldiers in brown military shoes..."

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After the War Lauterbach was a Nieman Fellow in 1947 at Harvard's Neiman Foundation for Journalism. The Richard E. Lauterbach Award for Distinguished Service in the Field of Civil Liberties has been established by the Authors Guild of the Authors League of America.

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