Yesterday's question of the day asked: What was the name of the underground newspaper Albert Camus joined during the French resistance, and what was the pseudonym he adopted to protect his identity from the Nazis? That publication would be Combat, and the nom de guerre most frequently used by Camus was Beauchard or Bauchard -- however, there is also evidence Camus adopted the false identity Albert Mathé as well as wrote under the pen name Suetonius -- so we accepted these answers, as well!
Congratulations to M. Edward Borasky for being the very first yet again to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions also go out to Ken Walker of the Tampa Bay Times, freelance journalist Annie M. Dance, Michelle Damico, Michelle B, Kelly Doyle, Claudine Laforce, Paul Boyd, and Julie Webb-Pullman for all getting that right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is: Yesterday at sundown began Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah, which ends tonight. For many, it is a day to remember those we lost, which includes one brave war correspondent for the Associated Press who died at Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp. Please tell us his name.
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