Radio: Casualties, Replacements

One of radio's best-laid plans for this war was to keep the radio audience hep to devious military movements and tactics. NBC had cornered General Hugh Johnson's spare time. CBS had Major R. Ernest Dupuy, old New York Herald man, World War veteran, author (If War Comes, with Major George Fielding Eliot), and West Point's public relations officer. MBS got Major Kent C. Lambert from Fort Jay, onetime exchange officer with the Polish Army. But last week, almost as soon as war began, all three went out of action.

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