Radio: For German Mothers

In Nazi Germany it is verboten to listen to foreign broadcasts. Last week the British were planning a program that they hoped Germans would listen to in spite of prohibitions: Names of Nazi prisoners and dead and wounded identified by the Allies will be rushed to London from the front, broadcast to Germany on BBC's daily medium-wave news periods in German.


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