“Narrator’s Pitch’ written for Washington”

Ben Hecht. 1943.

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With so many influential political figures in attendance at the performance of “We Will Never Die,” Hecht decided to alter the script. He directly challenged these powerful politicos to act in response to Nazi Germany’s destruction of Europe’s Jews.

Image of Narrator’s Pitch’ written for Washington

With so many influential political figures in attendance at the performance of “We Will Never Die,” Hecht decided to alter the script. He directly challenged these powerful politicos to act in response to Nazi Germany’s destruction of Europe’s Jews.

Image of Narrator’s Pitch’ written for Washington

With so many influential political figures in attendance at the performance of “We Will Never Die,” Hecht decided to alter the script. He directly challenged these powerful politicos to act in response to Nazi Germany’s destruction of Europe’s Jews.

Image of Narrator’s Pitch’ written for Washington

With so many influential political figures in attendance at the performance of “We Will Never Die,” Hecht decided to alter the script. He directly challenged these powerful politicos to act in response to Nazi Germany’s destruction of Europe’s Jews.

Metadata Details
Item Type Document
Title Narrator’s Pitch’ written for Washington
Creator Ben Hecht
Publication Date 1943
Call Number Midwest MS Hecht, Box 31, Folder 794
Location Special Collections