Radio: Operation Annie

In a secluded old house in the Luxembourg forests, twelve men were hard at work. Now & then, an ample Frenchwoman served food and hot coffee. A Luxembourg police officer shivered outside in the cold rain. His job: guarding "Operation Annie," the most dramatic underground radio station in wartime Europe.

The story of radio's slickest war role was told for the first time this week by Czech-born film director Hans H. Burger (Crisis) in the New York Times. As an Army intelligence sergeant, he was the chief military writer and editor for Operation Annie, a psychological warfare project of the Twelfth Army...

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