The Press: Censorship Changes

Two moves in the direction of a more workable press censorship came last week from the U.S. Navy.

Secretary Knox announced that the Navy would not mind if the press published news of British warships in U.S. yards provided that nothing be said: 1) until the Navy released the information (not within seven days of the ship's arrival), 2) about a ship's length of stay, date of departure or destination, 3) about any damage it had received, 4) about its route to the U.S., 5) about how the ship took part in any battle,...

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