Letters, Nov. 23, 1936

British Censorship


Is it true that Britain is at present refusing visas to U. S. newspaper reporters, who wish to visit Palestine, where Arabs and Jews are disputing a mutual homeland? And India where frontier battles have been steadily hushed up?

H. R. Ekins, who just flew around the world, said he had promised not to comment on conditions in Palestine and India. Then he was given transit visas.

In view of the untrue general opinion that the British press is so much better than ours and the equally inaccurate idea that U. S....

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