The Press: Censored War

In Warsaw last week Associated Press Correspondent Lloyd Lehbras got one of those scoops that every reporter dreams of. While he was telephoning the A. P. man in Budapest, German planes appeared over Warsaw, and Correspondent Lehbras dictated an exciting eye-witness account of the raid, which the A. P. promptly relayed to the U. S. Excerpts:

"I am telephoning this dispatch to Budapest with the phone in one hand and a gas mask in the other. . . . I can hear the wail of power-diving fighting ships and can see 14 German bombers...

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