Radio: Haw-Haw's Dodge

Berlin's broadcasts to the U.S. being in general too dull for any but the beeriest Bundsman, Goebbels & Co. have tried various publicity dodges (such as paying for collect cablegrams) to stir up interest. Fortnight ago CBS's short-wave listening station heard Lord Haw-Haw introduced; then a voice said, in German, "Switch that off." Later it was announced to America that Haw-Haw had been "banned from the air." But England continued to hear His Lordship on his usual schedule. Last week Lord Haw-Haw explained that he had been "banned" not by Germany but by the major U.S. networks, which refused to rebroadcast...

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