Radio: Radio and Asia

The dangers of Japanese and Axis radio propaganda from the Far East were brought home to the U.S. last week in dispatches from Chungking and in the deep radio voice of a worn, heavy man named Carroll Alcott. The dispatches indicated that Jap broadcasts from scores of stations in Japan and occupied China were glutting the Asiatic air with "news" in Chinese, Burmese, Malayan and other tongues; that in default of good Allied counter-propaganda the "news" was taking effect. Carroll Alcott, who surely ought to know, had been warning about this for a long...

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