The Office of Censorship shut up shop after three years, seven months,
27 days. Only the how-to-make-it facts about the atomic bomb remained
on the secret list, and the Army was left to do its own censoring on
that. Last big project of the Office of Censorship: a report on how its
job should be done in the next war.
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