ARMY & NAVY: Triumph for Censorship

ARMY & NAVY

"Triumph for Censorship"

The most extensive maneuvers of the world's most powerful Navy continued last week somewhere within 5,000,000 sq. mi. of seaway at the top of the Pacific Ocean. But for all the nation that owned the Navy knew about them, the operations might as well have been held on the dark side of the moon. Greatest hardship fell on the U. S. Press, which grudgingly observed that the maneuvers were "a triumph for censorship." For lack of specific information, correspondents in Honolulu (those aboard the Fleet were virtually...

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