Radio: At Home & Abroad

> In Nazi Germany tuning in on foreign broadcasts has always been frowned on; for the last three weeks it has been treason. But right up to zero hour German listeners to U. S. short-wave stations kept writing in, asking for pictures of Benny Goodman, requesting that their names be read over the air. Last week, to protect innocent German necks, NBC's international short-wave division discontinued its weekly German Mail Bag program, halted the flow of pictures of Benny Goodman to Reich homes.

> Because of amateur radio's deadly possibilities as a medium...

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