Radio: War Babies

One day last week as the Germans marched on Paris, Paul Archinard, NBC's correspondent, sat down at a typewriter in his newly decorated apartment (also NBC Paris office), began to peck out his next scheduled broadcast. Suddenly an air-raid siren screamed, and Archinard, together with his two girl helpers, headed out of the apartment at the double quick. They were huddled in a hallway when several Nazi bombs whammed down upon adjoining buildings, exploded with a crash that blasted doors and windows out of Archinard's apartment, ruined 10,000 francs worth of fresh paint...

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