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The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a prominent newspaper in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Sentinel began in 1837 as a weekly published by Solomon Juneau, a one-time fur-trader and later a successful businessman, who became the first mayor of Milwaukee. It became a daily in the mid-1840s, about the time the city of Milwaukee was formally incorporated. Following Juneau's death it passed through the hands of several owners, before being sold to the Hearst Corporation in 1924. The Setinel merged with the Journal in 1995.

Milwaukee Sentinel in The Man With the Iron HeartEdit

The Milwaukee Sentinel was the first major newspaper Tom Schmidt worked for, covering World War II and the American occupation of Germany as its foreign correspondent.