Foreign News: Herren Censoren

When the British first set up their wartime censorship apparatus, Lord Macmillan, Chief of the Ministry of Information, told correspondents that the censors had been instructed to delete or kill from their dispatches only information of a military nature. Matters political would not be touched. Last week tall, lanky Claud Cockburn, clever and daring editor of London's famed newsheet The Week, who because of his close Communist associations has pulled many a sensational political news beat, cabled to The Week's U. S. edition, now mimeographed in Manhattan, that the "Herren Censoren," as he...

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