The Press: Through the Iron Curtain

Most news from behind the Iron Curtain comes from heavily censored dispatches of Western newsmen or the state controlled Communist press and radio. This week a new monthly magazine appeared to give U.S. editors a steady new source of news about the satellite countries. The magazine's name: News from Behind the Iron Curtain. Published by the National Committee for a Free Europe, the magazine is compiled with the help of refugees who have escaped from behind the curtain. Among them are three former members of Parliaments: Hungary's Dr. Paul Fabry, Yugoslavia's Dr. Miha Krek and Rumania's Charles Davila. Originallyorganized to...

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