INTERNATIONAL: Lady Haw-Haw

Four times last week, a grim-faced, middleaged, Atlanta-born woman cursed the U.S. for entering World War II. She does it four times each week.

Dubbed "Lady Haw-Haw" by the British, Jane Anderson broadcasts over short wave to North America from the powerful Zeesen transmitter in Germany.

Sample of the Anderson technique: "The American brain trust, alien to and superimposed upon the land of Old Glory, is but a branch of the International Secret Superstate which holds equally Soviet Russia, plutocratic England, and Roosevelt's America in the hollow...

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