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This article published in the Topeka Capital covers the decision to restrict the movement of non-naturalized German American women in Topeka, Kansas, as long as the U.S. was at war with Germany. Non-naturalized women living in, or near, restricted zones were required to obtain a permit from the U.S. Marshall's office in order to continue to reside or conduct business in the restricted zones.

Creator: Topeka Capital
Date: September 19, 1918

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This article can be used in conjunction with other material on the experience of German American women to help the students understand the types of measures taken by federal and state authorities to combat the possibility of domestic espionage during World War I.

KS: 11th: 1.7.: challenges German Americans in Kansas faced during World War I

Item Number: 213512
Call Number: K 341.3, Clipp., v.1. 1-123, Espionage, sedition, etc.
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213512

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