Radio: Berlin Laughs Last

What kind of program would fetch U. S. listeners? The question agitated the Propaganda Ministry in Berlin. Then one of Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels' henchmen had a bright idea. Forthwith to the U. S. via short wave last week went the news that Germany would pay toll on cabled requests for Nazi radio talks on desired subjects. Quick to publicize the German offer was the U. S. press. The Manhattan tabloid PM, which mortally hates & fears Adolf Hitler only a little more than it does Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh, exhorted its readers to take advantage of the Nazis by...

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