Radio: Air Alarums

Not in its 17-year professional career has U. S. radio broadcasting encountered such a story as the brewing of World War II, and the networks went after it with the enthusiastic bustle of a newspaper city room on election night. On this assignment, radio was no cub. Its coverage of the Munich crisis and the Nazi occupation of Czecho-Slovakia were invaluable experience. For the last, exciting fortnight, radio's plans were consequently well laid. Correspondents reported daily, sometimes hourly from the main European capitals direct to U. S. listeners by radio telephone or short-wave...

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