Letters, Jul. 20, 1942

News in Alaska

Sirs:

. . . During a recent "alert" when local and West Coast broadcasting stations were off the air, our only source of news was the BBC and Radio Tokyo. It was interesting to hear Tokyo broadcast that our town had been bombed heavily. It gave us a measuring stick for future misstatements. But it was not until TIME arrived that we learned locally that Dutch Harbor was attacked the day before Midway. . . .

MRS. P. L. HEITMEYER Anchorage, Alaska

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Sirs:

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