Radio: War of Propaganda

The first spring thundercrack of war in Europe—for which the world last week still waited—has been preceded this year as for two years past by bombardments of propaganda. As in other springtimes, the operatives of Dr. Goebbels last week wheedled and hinted into Axis microphones; the hired, the gullible and the loquacious in various countries passed the rumors around. But this spring Japan also entered the preliminaries. This spring, too, 13 strong U.S. transmitters joined Radio Moscow and BBC in the shadowy fight of minds. Some of the...

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